The 2021 season was a brutal one for struggling NFL play callers.
Nine head coaches either resigned, retired or were relieved of their duties, including big names like Sean Payton, Jon Gruden and Mike Zimmer.
That’s wiped a lot of slates clean for 2022 as franchises start over behind new leadership. More than a quarter of the league is breaking in a new head coach, hoping an offseason hire is the first step on a journey that ends at the Super Bowl.
As a result, this year’s preseason list of fireable coaches is relatively light on names. While 2021 offered up overmatched names like Matt Nagy and Joe Judge for sacrifice, it’s more difficult to figure out who’ll be axed if they continue their current trajectory in ’22. Sure, Matt Rhule’s time in Carolina will probably be undone thanks to another season of uninspired quarterback play. After that? It’s kind of a crap shoot.
With that in mind, let’s take a look at this year’s most fireable head coaches and their odds of surviving the upcoming season.
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