Skip to content

It’s the Week 12 hot seat

Every week, a segment of PFT Live is devoted to the coaches who are in the most danger of being fired.

This week, a coach or two has graduated from the list, and a couple of unfamiliar names made an appearance.

If you’re curious, click it and watch.  Or choose to continue to be curious.

This video is no longer available. Click here to watch more NBC Sports videos!
Permalink 6 Comments Feed for comments Latest Stories in: Home, Rumor Mill, Videos
6 Responses to “It’s the Week 12 hot seat”
  1. raylewis52 says: Nov 23, 2011 2:41 PM

    I don’t know if I really buy any of these guys getting fired. I do agree Del Rio has the highest chance of being fired though.

  2. mjbulls45 says: Nov 23, 2011 2:41 PM

    hot seats aren’t the end of the world…

    coaches can get multiple pro or college gigs and can re-surface

    the experience is what counts

    belicheck also coached the browns…

    how’d that career turn out?

  3. b3nz0z says: Nov 23, 2011 3:35 PM

    wasn’t coughlin on the hot seat the year he won a superbowl?

  4. trbowman says: Nov 23, 2011 3:47 PM

    Del Rio’s gone.

    Too bad, because he’s a good coach. Always got a bad Jags team to overachieve and compete.

    His fate was sealed when he benched McCown.

    McCown is a Rex Grossman type, good game here, awful game there, another good game following. Sadly for McCown he had his awful game before he had ever given himself rope with the starting job.

  5. docboss says: Nov 23, 2011 6:57 PM

    Spags gets another year because the toxic mix of horrible talent, most of which is still due to the prior regime, and injuries makes this team comically inept. And the owner is smart enough to try to avoid changing offensive coordinators three times in three years. Bradford is the face of the franchise. In 2012-2013, if the Rams do not have 8 or more wins and looking competitive, Spags is gone and the owner is looking for the coach of the LA Rams. The only way the Rams stay is if they are winners (no), exciting (no), or giving the fans hope (no). Go 9ers.

  6. jagmania65 says: Nov 23, 2011 9:07 PM

    trbowman obviously isn’t watching many Jaguars games… Del Rio is a crappy coach, who couldn’t manage the clock if it was strapped to his wrist…

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to leave a comment. Not a member? Register now!