Sean Payton reinstated from season-long suspension. What a coincidence, the Super Bowl is going to be played in NOLA in two weeks. Funny how that worked out.
“This is the end
This is the end
My only friend, the end
Of our elaborate plans, the end
Of everything that stands, the end
No safety or surprise, the end
I’ll never look into your eyes…again”
Mr. Tom Coughlin now has more wins as the head coach of the Giants than Bill Parcells’ had with the club. They both have two Super Bowl rings.
Give the man some credit.
With only one remaining game all but official, Black Monday looms. Steve Spagnuolo, Norv Turner, Raheem Morris, Jim Caldwell, Andy Reid, who loses their job?
Last year we saw Tom Cable, Jeff Fisher, and Eric Mangini lose their jobs after the end of the season. And surprisingly we saw Jack Del Rio, Gary Kubiak, Marvin Lewis and Tony Sparono all keep their positions. What a difference a year makes. Marvin Lewis and Kubiak underperformed year after year and were given a generous leash — now their respective teams are in the playoffs.
If I’m an Eagles fan, I’m hoping the Eagles do everything they can to convince Jeff Fisher that there are no more coaching vacancies left. Then I hope they throw enough cash at Fisher to make him come back to the Eagles and become their defensive coordinator.
With Harbaugh’s price rising, Josh McDaniels could be 49ers backup plan.
I gotta imagine that must be music to the Bay Area’s ears…
(via Pro Football Talk)
It’s the annual Black Monday holiday. What a fantastic way to start the 2011 off-season. Who’s in, who’s out.
- Eric Mangini
- John Fox
Too soon to tell
- Tony Sparano
- Tom Cable
- Jeff Fisher
- Marvin Lewis
- Gary Kubiak
- Jason Garrett
- Leslie Frazier
- Tom Coughlin
- Jack Del Rio
In but should be Out
- Norv Turner
Remember, there were already four coaching changes mid season.
- Wade Phillips
- Josh McDaniels
- Brad Childress
- Mike Singletary