All new coaches are exempt from this list because they have proven nothing good or bad at this point. The rest of these coaches have had a fair chance and have fallen short so far.
Stefanski perfectly catered to Baker Mayfield during his inaugural playoff run, but since then, things have steadily declined. Stefanski has done enough work as offensive coordinator to spark an offensive turn-around; however, much will depend on Deshaun Watson returning from injury — whom both the franchise and Stefanski put forward as their quarterback of choice. If Watson doesn’t work out, the Browns will be in trouble, in a division with the Bengals, Ravens and an improving Steelers team. It will be a tough go for the Browns in the AFC North.
Allen may be an effective D-coordinator – a New Orleans mainstay who often manages to bring out the best in veteran players – but he tends to take a conservative approach in crunch time, and his reunion with QB Derek Carr may only promise another wild-card bid given their ensemble cast. The Saints are fully capable of winning the weak NFC South this season, and if he doesn’t, it may end what should be his last shot as an NFL head coach.
Bowles has led two “successful” seasons as head coach – a 10-6 run with the Jets and last year’s lackluster playoff run — and can still guide an aggressive defense; but his predictable approach with everything else may make 2023 even tougher on an offensive roster without Tom Brady. The Bucs are in trouble heading into this season, and Bowles will lose his job because of it.
We know he can run a Patriots offense with Tom Brady at Quarterback, which explains his decision to remake the old Patriots in Las Vegas this offseason. Unfortunately, Tom Brady is not available. However, his two prior stints as head coach were marred by difficulty rather than strength, and Jimmy Garoppolo is a known but fragile individual who may need extended absences due to injuries. McDaniels as a head coach is a failed experience and my guess is the experiment ends after this season.
Staley has seen two winning seasons as Head Coach (HC), yet his teams’ signature defensive unit remains highly inconsistent and often folds at crucial moments, suffering two consecutive elimination losses during 2021-2022. His game management is atrocious and you have to wonder how long the Chargers will stick with him. The Chargers have too much talent to let Staley keep destroying this team.
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