Top 10 NFL Head Coaches on the Hottest Seat Going Into the 2018 Season

Some NFL head coaches have cemented themselves as a team’s leader. Others have lacked overtime, and people are getting frustrated about it. A certain 1-31 coach is hanging by a thread, but who are the others in trouble? We’re looking at the top ten NFL head coaches on the hot seat going into the 2018 season.
The Top Ten
1 Hue Jackson

Our favorite 1-31 head coach. In my opinion, he should've been fired after an 0-16 2017, but the Browns' front office thought otherwise. If he gets anything below 8-8 this year, he's gone. I'd hope so.

I'd honestly be surprised if he keeps his job after this season.

2 Jason Garrett

Missing the playoffs yet again. Jerry Jones said Garrett isn't on the hot seat, but I think that's questionable. He needs to help center the Cowboys' offense around Dak Prescott, or he'll end up with a losing season. Maybe even a firing.

3 Marvin Lewis

Oh come on. Your love story with the man is over, Cincinnati. Fire him for God's sake! He's been your head coach for over 15 years, and do you know how many playoff games you've won? Zero.

He's had talent at quarterback over the years in Carson Palmer and Andy Dalton. He's had above-average wide receivers in Terrell Owens, Chad Johnson, and A.J. Green. His defense is decent, and he still hasn't won a playoff game. If that isn't a red light to the Bengals, then I don't know what is.

You've been decent, but how many playoff wins has Marvin Lewis got you again? That's right, none. Yet you decide to keep him? Why? If you want to win a playoff game, maybe you should get rid of Marvin Lewis.

4 Dirk Koetter

He came so close in 2016 to the playoffs, but blew it. It's been one heck of a ride since, a losing one. He hasn't been able to develop Jameis Winston, and now he's suspended for three games. Might as well make Ryan Fitzpatrick your quarterback to save your job.

5 John Harbaugh John W. Harbaugh is an American football coach who has been the head coach of the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League since 2008.

Let's at least consider Harbaugh. If he can't guide Baltimore to the playoffs this year, then he could find himself out along with Ozzie Newsome.

6 Adam Gase

If he can't get Ryan Tannehill and the offense to click and make the playoffs like 2016, then he's in big trouble. Especially since he's in a division with the Patriots.

7 Jay Gruden

You're just not as good as your brother. Unless he has a magical 2018 season, then I think he'll be gone.

8 Todd Bowles

Bowles has potential, but he really hasn't gotten anywhere with the Jets at all. In fact, they've regressed since his hiring in their 10-6 2015 season.

9 Andy Reid Andrew Walter Reid is an American football coach who is the current head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League. Reid was previously the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles, a position he held from 1999 to 2012.

Yup, Kansas City still needs to win at home in the playoffs. After a pathetic loss to the Titans in 2017's wild card round, I would imagine Reid being looked at. Can he even make the playoffs in 2018?

All the home playoff losses have been painful for Chiefs fans. Now he faces a big challenge. Can he guide this team to the playoffs with young Patrick Mahomes?

10 Vance Joseph

Did Denver make a mistake with him? A 5-11 season doesn't bode well, but he's still young and developing his team, so he deserves a few more chances.

The Contenders
11 Jon Gruden

Jon Gruden is a trash coach who thinks it's 2002 and trading your whole team is a good plan. He's making ten million and will likely lead the Raiders to the first overall pick where they will probably screw up. He needs to leave before he does more damage.

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