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The Jags front office keeps saying Meyer’s job is safe, but how can that be? Meyer is a bull shit artist who works in college but not when you are coaching grown men. Kelly has called his assistants losers, he has gotten lap dances from girls young enough to be his daughter, and maybe most importantly, he took a can’t miss project in Trevor Lawrence and made him miss! The Jaguars are a mess, and I am not talking about the play on the field; I mean, everything is a mess in Jacksonville, and the vast majority of that mess falls on Meyer.
Bears fans demand this firing, and the front office will have to give this to the fans. Nagy came to Chicago as a supposed offensive guru, and he has failed! He drafted Mitch Trubisky, and he fell flat on his face; they drafted Justin Fields, and so far, that hasn’t worked out. Nagy’s chances are back are about as good as George Halas returning to coach the Bears, and he’s dead!
13-31 that’s Zac Taylor’s record so far as the Bengals head coach, the first two years, he got a pass because the roster was crap, and then last year Joe Burrow got hurt. He has the talent to make the playoffs this year, and the Bengals are still falling short. A loss to the Jets was inexcusable, a blowout loss to the Browns was head-scratching, and then you have the Sunday loss to the 49ers, which was just sad. More often than not, Taylor plays not to lose, which leads to failing. The Bengals will need to make the playoffs to secure Taylor’s job. Many people think he is safe because the Bengals are slow to pull the trigger, but this is a much more attractive job with Joe Burrow in town. Don’t be surprised if Zac Taylor is fired at the end of this season if the Bengals miss the playoffs.
The Giants have underperformed this season, and the offense has been pathetic. With the Daniel Jones experiment winding down, I think that time is running out for Judge. The Giants will be over-hauling this roster, and that’s terrible news for Joie Judge.
Mike Zimmer has two playoff wins in eight seasons, and time is running out. Zimmer is a defensive guru, and the defense has been bad this season; throw on top of that a loss to the Lions and Zimmer looks doomed! He should get two more wins against the Bears, but he will need to upset either the Rams or Packers to have a shot at the playoffs. If the Vikings miss the Playoffs, Zimmer will be job searching.
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I know that nobody came into a worse situation this year than Culley did. I also know that he should never have been given a head coaching job in the NFL. He may survive until next season because of how bad the roster and situation were in Houston, but eventually, he will be fired in the next two years.
The Broncos run the ball well and play defense at a high level. Fangio has done a great job to get this team to a 7-6 record, but the closing schedule is not conducive to making the playoffs. I think Fangio should be back barring a total collapse at the end of this season. Unfortunately, he will always be in danger with the ownership change, even if he makes the playoffs.
Pathers ownership wants to win now, but the lack of a quarterback makes that impossible. It’s possible, if not likely, from looking at the Panthers remaining schedule that they may not win another game this season. If that happens, Rhule is gone for sure.
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