The NFL’s hot seat has turned to a number of head coaches after Week 11 results included decision making under the microscope.
As the picture of the NFL’s playoffs begins to take shape, you can bet NFL head coaches are starting to really feel the pressure.
Winning is more important than ever, so losing is also costly.
Which NFL Coaches Need To Take Care Of Them After Week 11? The hot seat is getting hotter and hotter this week.
3 coaches on the NFL hot seat after Week 11
A general rule of thumb for evaluating a head coach is to give them three years to make their team theirs. By Grade 4, you will know what you have or don’t have.
Matt Nagy is in 4th grade with Bear and without a doubt it’s clear what kind of man he is to the Bears. It is not good.
Chicago has now lost 5 games in a row. To be fair, it wasn’t an easy ride going up against the Packers, Buccaneers, 49ers, Steelers and Raven in that span of time. However, San Francisco is unremarkable and Pittsburgh is rather flawed.
The Week 11 loss to Raven might not have been so serious if they had MVP quarterback Lamar Jackson, but they didn’t. This Baltimore team has lost two of their last three games, including games against the Bengals and Dolphins. They were ripe for gathering and the Battlefield and Chicago were still unfinished.
Now sitting at 3-7, there doesn’t seem to be much of a reason to keep Nagy at all.
https://fansided.com/2021/11/21/3-coaches-nfl-hot-seat-week-11-nagy-rhule-stefanski/ 3 head coaches on the NFL hot seat after Week 11