NFL Coaches Hot Seat Ranking – Week Four

Josh McDaniels poor start has put him on the NFL Coaches Hot Seat.
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NFL Coaches hot seat rankings heading into week four based on performance this season. The Hot Seat Ranker will be updated weekly.

NFL Coaches Hot Seat: The Seat is HOT

  1. Las Vegas Raiders Josh McDaniels: No offensive balance and still no ability to win games as a Head Coach.
  2. Denver Broncos Nathaniel Hackett: Has looked clueless all season and unable to manage a game.
  3. San Francisco 49ers Kyle Shanahan: Massive surprise they are playing so poorly. Clearly should have been playing Jimmy G all season. He has not been able to establish his fabled run game this season without Kittle healthy.
  4. New Orleans Saints Dennis Allen: It is hard to replace Sean Payton and it is even harder when your QB is Jameis Winston.
  5. Miami Dolphins Mike McDaniel: Everyone’s favorite new Shanahan disciple did not manage the Tua situation well at all. How the rest of the investigation goes could end a promising era early.

NFL Coaches Hot Seat: Heating up

  1. Carolina Panthers Matt Rhule: Three QBs means you have no Qbs. Coral injury sets the organization back a year and the front office will need to decide where they move from here.
  2. Tennessee Titans Mike Vrabel: Losing AJ Brown has stalled their offense. What does beating the Raiders even mean?
  3. Arizona Cardinals Kliff Kingsbury: Everyone’s favorite “Zaddy” coach needs to beat more than the Raiders(theme here). Call of Duty Comes out in four weeks.
  4. .Los Angeles Chargers Brandon Staley: Has the best young QB in the league but his team is falling apart with multiple stars on IR. Needs to regroup quickly.
  5. Minnesota Vikings Kevin O’Connell: Playing worse than their record. Must get Justin Jefferson more involved or someone else will.
  6. Indianapolis Colts Frank Reich: The colts are 1-1-1 which sums it up nicely. Owner Jim Irsay has championship aspirations and is not getting any younger

NFL Coaches Hot Seat: Still Cool

  1. Detroit Lions Dan Campbell: Everyone’s favorite coach from Hard Knocks is a great quote but how long will he survive without winning more?
  2. Dallas Cowboys Mike McCarthy: No Dak no Problem. Cooper Rush keeps Kellen Moore as offensive coordinator for at least another week.
  3. Atlanta Falcons Arthur Smith
  4. Houston Texans Lovie Smith
    Both teams are terrible Their performance does not affect their coach’s job security. Both teams are focused on next year’s draft.
  5. Chicago Bears Matt Eberflus: Has a bad team winning. Justin Fields looks more impressive than most of his draft peers this season.
  6. New York Giants Brian Daboll: Someone call the NY Daily News, the giants have a head coach. Has the giants playing hard confident football.

NFL Coaches Hot Seat: Ice Cold

  1. Jacksonville Jaguars Doug Pederson: The difference between Pederson and Urban Meyer is obvious. Has the Jags inspired headed for a revenge game in Philly. Pederson is tied for fifth all-time in Jaguars wins already.
  2. New York Jets Robert Saleh: Has started off the season strong with defense. Building a strong culture.
  3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Todd Bowles: Bruce Arians was fined for being on the sideline last week, but when you are Brady’s choice your job is safe.
  4. Washington Commanders Ron Rivera: The team looks terrible, Carson Wentz is still Carson Wentz. However, is doing an excellent job helming the organization through the name change and front office scandals
  5. Cincinnati Bengals Zac Taylor: Important win over a depleted Miami Team, but still need to keep improving.
  6. Cleveland Browns Kevin Stefanski: Building a strong culture. Still has 8 more weeks of Jacoby Brissett
  7. Green Bay Packers Matt LaFleur: Once Rodgers gets on the same page as his receivers, watch out! Has established a strong run game in the meantime.
  8. Philadelphia Eagles Nick Sirianni: A bit of a laughingstock at first last season before he took his team to the playoffs. Now he has all his vets bought in on the message and they are an exceptionally good team top to bottom.
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  9. Steelers Mike Tomlin: The defense is still solid without Watt, but it is time for Kenny Pickett.
  10. Seattle Seahawks Pete Carroll: Would have fired Carroll in the offseason if he was not going to stay through the rebuild. Playing for next season/ the draft.
  11. Los Angeles Rams Sean McVay: Has looked up and down this season. Need to establish the run game while new offensive pieces work to get on the same page.
  12. Kansas City Chiefs Andy Reid: Tyreek Who? The chiefs have not missed Hill yet this season. Need to bounce back after a bad Colts loss.
  13. Baltimore Ravens John Harbaugh: Needs to find a way to keep Lamar Jackson healthy the entire season. Need to establish RB run game to aid the QB run game.
  14. Buffalo Bills Sean McDermott: Huge AFC matchups in the next three weeks so they need to recover from the Miami heat and get back on track. Key to the season will be secondary health
  15. New England Patriots Bill Belichick: Might have a bottom-third roster in the league. Kraft will never fire him but if Mac Jones does not return and show massive improvements Belichick may decide it’s time to retire sooner than he might have planned.

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