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Jeff Fisher was the first NFL head coach to be fired this season, but he likely wont be the last. Barry Church Jersey . After the Los Angeles Rams parted ways with Fisher on Monday, we decided to evaluate the other 31 head coaches, in terms of how likely they are to be looking for a job soon.NFL Nation reporters rated each coachs job security on a scale of 1 to 5.Heres the scale on which each coach was rated:5: Hot seat:?Out if the season is a big disappointment 4: Warm seat:?Not safe if the season is a disappointment 3: Lukewarm seat:?Not under fire but not disaster-proof 2: Cool seat:?Safe barring a total disaster 1: Cold seat:?No way hell get firedRating: 5 = Hot seatBuffalo BillsRex Ryan: 5Owner Terry Pegula stressed continuity at the NFL owners meetings in mid-October, suggesting to USA Today that Ryans job was safe because we just hired Rex. The Bills have lost five of seven games since that statement, which has prompted reports that Ryans job is in imminent jeopardy. The biggest reason is a defense that allowed 29 unanswered points to Oakland, then let Steelers running back?LeVeon Bell run for a franchise-record 236 yards on Sunday. -- Mike RodakJacksonville JaguarsGus Bradley: 5Is five the highest? Actually, there really isnt any pressure on Bradley any longer, as he is expected to be fired regardless of what happens in the final three games. Owner Shad Khan said a winning record was everybodys reasonable expectation in 2016, and the Jaguars are 2-11. Bradleys career record of 14-47 is the worst in modern NFL history. The only question now is whether Khan will fire or retain general manager Dave Caldwell. -- Mike DiRoccoSan Diego ChargersMike McCoy: 5The Chargers certainly could fall back on injuries as an excuse, but McCoys team?will finish in last place in the AFC West for a second straight season. McCoy is 1-10 in the division since November 2014. If San Diego doesnt scratch together a couple wins in the final three games, these players could have a new head coach leading them -- whether they remain in San Diego or move to Los Angeles -- next season. --?Eric D. WilliamsRating: 4 = Warm seatIndianapolis ColtsChuck Pagano: 4Owner Jim Irsay showed faith in Pagano by giving him a contract extension in January. You have to wonder if Irsay regrets that decision because the Colts are in position to miss the playoffs in back-to-back years for the first time since the 1997-98 seasons. Pagano had an excuse for missing the playoffs last season: He didnt have quarterback Andrew Luck for nine games. Theres no excuse for not making the playoffs this time around, when his team has Luck and plays in one of the worst divisions in football. -- Mike WellsSan Francisco 49ersChip Kelly: 4Kelly is in only his first year as 49ers coach, and he took over a team that was bound to have a losing season. But that doesnt mean hes exempt from scrutiny with his team at 1-12 and riding a 12-game losing streak. Major change is expected among the 49ers top decision-makers, and general manager Trent Baalke seems to have the hottest seat. If the Niners bring in a new general manager, it would stand to reason that Kelly would be in an even more tenuous position. -- Nick WagonerRating: 3 = Lukewarm seatBaltimore RavensJohn Harbaugh: 3Harbaugh guided the Ravens to a Super Bowl title four years ago, and hes the winningest coach in franchise history. The Ravens are one of the more stable franchises, with three coaches in their 21-year existence. But there will be increased scrutiny on Harbaugh if the Ravens lose out and finish with a losing record for the second straight season. It would mark the third time in four seasons that Baltimore failed to make the postseason. I have to be patient to let people fail, but I dont have to be patient enough to let people repeat failure, owner Steve Bisciotti said after the 2013 season. -- Jamison HensleyChicago BearsJohn Fox: 3Fox is a disappointing 9-20 in Chicago. The veteran coach has done almost nothing to connect with a highly agitated fan base, but the Bears still will likely stick with him in 2017. The 3-10 Bears?continue to play hard, and the coaching staff has developed some younger players (namely?Leonard Floyd, Cody Whitehair, Jordan Howard and Eddie Goldman). But Fox needs to win next season. The Bears cant afford to suffer through yet another miserable year and keep the status quo. -- Jeff DickersonCincinnati BengalsMarvin Lewis: 3Lewis does not sound like a man going anywhere, and with one year left on his contract, hes likely back for at least the next season, even though the 5-7-1 Bengals have disappointed in 2016. Although public scrutiny might increase because of yet another season without a playoff win, Lewis relationship with Bengals owner Mike Brown seems as solid as it has always been. It would be more likely that Lewis retired than got fired, and he has indicated that he isnt ready to do that, either. -- Katherine TerrellGreen Bay PackersMike McCarthy: 3There are a couple ways to look at McCarthy. 1. He has taken the Packers to the playoffs in seven straight seasons. Would any team make a change if it missed the postseason one time after a run like that? 2. It has been nearly six years since the Packers most recent Super Bowl, and if McCarthy hasnt been able to take a team back there with Aaron Rodgers as quarterback, then perhaps theres a problem. Most likely, Packers general manager?Ted Thompson and team president Mark Murphy will look at the former and not the latter because McCarthy is well-respected both in NFL circles and within the walls of Lambeau Field. -- Rob DemovskyNew York JetsTodd Bowles: 3Todd Bowles was a 2 at the start of the season, but a 4-9 record has turned up the heat. From all indications, Bowles will survive the year ... unless his team just gives up over the final three games. Owner Woody Johnson is inclined to give a mulligan, hoping that last season (10-6) is a better indication of Bowles coaching ability than this season. -- Rich CiminiRating: 2 = Cool seatArizona CardinalsBruce Arians: 2This is Arians first losing season in Arizona since he took over in 2013, but it comes at an?inopportune time. The Cardinals were a chic pick to make Super Bowl LI, especially because they were returning every offensive skill player from a team that set franchise records and went to the NFC Championship Game. To say Arizona has underachieved would be an understatement. Arians isnt in trouble yet, but with another season of underachieving, his seat might start getting a bit warmer. How he responds to this season will be telling, but he has earned enough goodwill to work on his own accord for at least another season. -- Josh WeinfussDetroit LionsJim Caldwell: 2What Caldwell has done with the Lions this season has been incredibly impressive, as his team continues to come from behind to win games and will have two winning seasons in his first three years in Detroit. The only reason this isnt a 1 is this is general manager Bob Quinns first full season of evaluation on Caldwell, and the Lions havent yet clinched a playoff spot. With quarterback Matthew Stafford beat up and Caldwell having handled his team so well so far this season after a 1-3 start, Caldwell feels completely safe. A three-game losing streak to end the season could raise some questions, though. Otherwise, Caldwell is in good position. -- Michael RothsteinHouston TexansBill OBrien: 2Although OBrien has repeatedly taken the blame after Texans losses -- especially during their current three-game losing streak -- the fact that they are 7-6 and tied atop the AFC South while holding the division tiebreaker is impressive, given how poorly quarterback Brock Osweiler has played. Even if the Texans dont make the playoffs this season, it would be difficult to fire OBrien, despite the high expectations with which this team entered the season. -- Sarah BarshopNew Orleans SaintsSean Payton: 2Payton is likely safe, as he just signed a five-year extension worth more than $9 million per year after he and the Saints briefly considered parting ways in January. But this could climb to a 3 if the Saints keep flopping down the stretch, like they have the past two weeks. Next season will definitely be a hot-seat year if they dont finally make a playoff run for the first time since 2013. The Saints have gone 7-9, 7-9 and 5-8 since then. -- Mike TriplettPhiladelphia EaglesDoug Pederson: 2Pederson said he has been assured by upper management that his job is secure for 2017. Owner Jeffrey Lurie is certainly entitled to change his mind, and he wont stay patient for patiences sake if he is convinced Pederson is ill-equipped for the job and has a superior leader in his sights. Barring that scenario, the first-year head coach should get the benefit of the doubt, considering he was working with a rookie quarterback and little firepower on offense this season. -- Tim McManusWashington RedskinsJay Gruden: 2It should be a 1, but in Washington, one can never dismiss anything. Even if the Redskins lost their last three games, it would be surprising to see anything happen to Gruden, but again, its Washington. At 7-5-1, Gruden has the Redskins in position for their first consecutive winning seasons since 1996-97 and possibly their first back-to-back playoff seasons since 1991-92. Gruden is an offensive coach, and the offense has been highly productive under him the past two seasons. -- John KeimRating: 1 = Cold seatAtlanta FalconsDan Quinn: 1Owner Arthur Blank just gave general manager Thomas Dimitroff an extension that runs concurrent with Quinns deal through 2019. Dimitroff was the guy on the hot seat -- not Quinn. Like Blank said before, Quinn will be his coach for many years to come. Getting to the playoffs this season and possibly winning a game or two will only solidify Quinns standing. -- Vaughn McClureCarolina PanthersRon Rivera: 1Sure, expectations of a return to the Super Bowl at best and the playoffs at worst have drawn criticism of Rivera. But he has won the NFL Coach of the Year award twice in the past three years and has taken the Panthers to the playoffs three straight years, something no other Carolina coach has done. His job is safe, though he cant afford a repeat of this season in 2017. -- David NewtonCleveland BrownsHue Jackson: 1Believe it. The Browns will not change coaches this season -- even if they finish winless. Jimmy and Dee Haslam are committed to continuity, and that means sticking with the plan in place, which includes Jackson and director of football operations Sashi Brown. -- Pat McManamonDallas CowboysJason Garrett: 1Garrett entered the season with some heat on him after the 4-12 finish in 2015, but there is no chance that he will be let go after this season. He has done a masterful job of managing the roster and making decisions that have the Cowboys in the playoffs for the second time in his tenure as coach. He should be on the short list of NFL Coach of the Year candidates with how the team has responded. But if it falls apart in 2017, this number could change in a big way.?-- Todd ArcherDenver BroncosGary Kubiak: 1Kubiak has navigated the team back into playoff contention after last seasons Super Bowl win, despite a first-year starter at quarterback in 24-year-old Trevor Siemian, his best running back (C.J. Anderson) being on injured reserve and a cluster of injuries in the offensive line.?Some staff changes/tweaks might be in offing in the offseason, given the teams inconsistency in the offensive line for the second consecutive season, but that will be something Kubiak and executive vice president of football operations/general manager John Elway hash out at seasons end. -- Jeff LegwoldKansas City ChiefsAndy Reid: 1Everybody should have the job security that Reid does. The 10-3 Chiefs are tied for the lead in the NFLs most difficult division, the AFC West, after making the playoffs as a wild-card entrant in two of Reids first three seasons. In the six seasons prior to Reids arrival, the Chiefs had two two-win seasons and another two with four victories. Chairman Clark Hunt hasnt forgotten. -- Adam TeicherMiami DolphinsAdam Gase: 1Gase has completely changed the culture in Miami. He has put the 8-5 Dolphins in position to end their eight-year playoff drought in his first season and looks like a keeper for years to come. -- James WalkerMinnesota VikingsMike Zimmer: 1The Vikings gave Zimmer a contract extension in training camp, and even though offensive coordinator Norv Turner resigned in the middle of the season, many of the Vikings problems can be pinned on the injuries that took away their two most important offensive players and decimated their line. The defense -- Zimmers baby -- has been outstanding, and the Vikings would likely be tied with Detroit for the NFC North lead if Blair Walsh had made an extra point on Nov. 6. Even if the Vikings follow-up to the 2015 NFC North championship hasnt gone exactly how they would have liked, Zimmer isnt going anywhere. -- Ben GoesslingNew England PatriotsBill Belichick: 1It doesnt get much safer than Bill Belichick, who is now 198-71 with four Super Bowl titles in his 17-plus seasons as Patriots coach. If he ran for political office anywhere in the six-state New England region, he might win that too. -- Mike ReissNew York GiantsBen McAdoo: 1Say what you want about McAdoos offense. As the head coach, hes no longer just in charge of the offense; hes in charge of the team. The Giants are 9-4 after not making the playoffs the past four seasons. McAdoos seat hasnt even started to warm, even if his team collapses and misses the postseason. -- Jordan RaananOakland RaidersJack Del Rio: 1In two seasons at the helm, Del Rio has improved the Raiders record from 3-13 before he arrived to 7-9 last season to 10-3 and counting this season. His presence as a respected former player commands the locker room, and as part of the plan put forth by owner Mark Davis and general manager Reggie McKenzie, Del Rio has ushered in a true culture change for the Raiders. With a win Sunday at San Diego, the Raiders can clinch their first playoff berth since 2002, which is also the last time Oakland had a winning record. They call that job security on steroids in these parts. -- Paul GutierrezPittsburgh SteelersMike Tomlin: 1Tomlin just won his 100th game in his first 10 seasons, a feat accomplished by eight NFL coaches all time. Tomlin has never had a losing season. The Steelers have had three head coaches since 1969, all of whom have won 100. Tomlin wont make every Steelers fan happy, but the Rooneys are satisfied with his performance, especially his 13-2 record in December since 2013. -- Jeremy FowlerSeattle SeahawksPete Carroll: 1Carroll is among the safest coaches in the league when it comes to job security. He just signed a contract extension this summer and has gotten the Seahawks to the Super Bowl twice in six seasons. This season has not always gone smoothly, but the Seahawks are still positioned to win the NFC West and make the playoffs for the sixth time under Carroll. -- Sheil KapadiaTampa Bay BuccaneersDirk Koetter: 1In his first season as coach, Koetter has the 8-5 Bucs on a five-game win streak for the first time since 2002 and in the hunt for a playoff spot. The only knock on him right now -- and hed probably tell you this -- is that the offense, his forte, hasnt put more points on the board the past couple weeks. The Bucs have also had to deal with a rash of injuries, so theyre readjusting. The defense has played spectacularly. Koetter seems to be pressing all the right buttons to get the most out of his team, and it is playing loose, relaxed and focused. -- Jenna LaineTennessee TitansMike Mularkey: 1Mularkey has delivered on his promises. The Titans are a team-first locker room that has showed its trending in the right direction. They let a couple games get away, but they are still in the thick of the AFC South hunt. Winning out might be improbable, but that the team Mularkey took over is in position with three games left is a huge accomplishment. Titans ownership and general manager Jon Robinson have to be pleased. -- Paul Kuharsky Malik Jackson Jersey . The 18-year-old American had five birdies in her bogey-free round for a 17-under total of 196. Lee held the overnight lead but mixed three birdies with two bogeys for a 70. Josh Lambo Jersey . Ivanovic was leading 7-5, 1-0 when Hantuchova withdrew after falling 0-40 behind in the second game. The match started slowly for Ivanovic, who surrendered her first two serves as Hantuchova took a 5-3 lead. http://www.thejaguarsfansshop.com/Jaguar...n-Draft-Jersey/ . -- Nathan Pancel scored twice as the Sudbury Wolves defeated the North Bay Battalion 4-2 on Saturday in Ontario Hockey League action.CHICAGO -- Brandon Phillips and Homer Bailey were all the Cincinnati Reds needed to recover from a tough weekend. Phillips hit a grand slam and matched his career high with six RBIs and Bailey pitched eight strong innings, and the Reds extended their dominance over the Chicago Cubs with a 6-2 win Monday night in foggy conditions at Wrigley Field. Across town, the Chicago White Sox and Toronto Blue Jays were delayed over an hour because of dense fog but the Cubs and Reds were never halted. The Reds were in a hurry to rebound from a weekend series loss to NL Central-leading St. Louis. The Cardinals had lost four of five overall. "We were embarrassed over the weekend, personally and as an organization and as a team," manager Dusty Baker said. "Well get them again many, many times." The Reds dont play St. Louis again until Aug. 2-4, and before then will have to be content with beating the Cubs, something they do regularly. Cincinnati has won 10 straight at Wrigley Field, eight of 10 over the overall this season, and 17 of the teams last 20 matchups. On Monday, all the Reds runs were driven in by Phillips, who had an RBI single in the first, connected off Scott Feldman (5-5) in the third and an RBI groundout in the eighth for his fourth-career game of six RBIs. Phillips had been 2 for his last 12 but hit his 152nd home run as a Reds second baseman, tying Joe Morgan for the most by a second baseman in team history. His six RBIs gave him 615, surpassing Morgans 612 for the most as a Cincinnati second baseman. "It just means Ive been over here too long to do that because Joe Morgan is the best second baseman to play this game," Phillips said. "For me to be in the same category as him, its an honour." Bailey (4-4) didnt make any history, but he gave Cincinnati exactly what it needed and picked up his first win since May 25 against the Cubs. He gave up one unearned run and four hits while striking out eight to improve to 7-2 against Chicago, which fell to 7-19 in the NL Central. Bailey threw 120 pitches, his second most of the season and third 100-plus pitch start of the season, sparing a bullpen that worked four innings in Sundays 11-4, 10-inning loss to the Cardinals. Going deep into the game and trying to save the bullpen wasnt on Baileys mind, however. "If you do that youre not going to make it out of the fourth," Bailey said. "I just wanted to be aggressive and try to be very efficient.&qquot; Feldmans night wasnt as good. Abry Jones Jersey. He pitched six innings and allowed five runs and seven hits to lose his first decision since May 24 at Cincinnati, the other time hes allowed five earned runs this season. Unfortunately for Feldman, the Reds did not have trouble in the fog. The Cubs lost for the sixth time in eight games since a five-game winning streak. "I was hoping it would make it harder for them to pick up the ball," Feldman said. "Apparently it didnt work." Baker said he lost track of Luis Valbuenas fly ball to left during the bottom of the first that was caught by Xavier Paul, and he and Cubs manager Dale Sveum had doubts whether the game would continue. "Obviously it couldnt get any worse otherwise youd have to stop it," Sveum said "It was borderline as it was." There was no doubt about how much Cincinnati needed to win Monday after a tough weekend against a team Phillips called the best in baseball. "For us to come out and play the way we did today, its awesome," Phillips said. "We bounced back from a loss, a tough loss we had at home. We just came here and got key hits in key situations, and got a win. NOTES: The Reds announced before Mondays game they will call up LHP Tony Cingrani to start Tuesday. Cingrani (2-0, 3.27) will start in place of Johnny Cueto, who was placed on the 15-day disabled list June 5, retroactive to June 1, with a strained right shoulder. Cingrani will face Matt Garza (1-0, 4.03). ... The Reds announced they have signed first-round pick Phillip Ervin, an outfielder taken with the 27th overall selection, from Samford University. . Shin-Soo Choo was hit to lead off the game, his NL-leading 18th time getting hit by a pitch. ... Starlin Castro went 1 for 4 and is 4 for his last 42. ... Cubs RHP Shawn Camp, on the DL since May 22 with a sprained right big toe, will pitch for Class-A Kane County on Tuesday and again Friday before being evaluated. RHP Kyuji Fujikawa is in Birmingham, Ala., and is expected to have Tommy John surgery Tuesday. . Baker said "as far as Im its concerned its over" and Sveum said theres "nothing to that situation" when asked about the teams May 26 game in Cincinnati. Cueto threw a pitch over the head of David DeJesus, leading to Garza calling Cueto "immature" and Baker saying the two pitchers should "box and let it be over with." Youth NFL Jerseys China China Jerseys Wholesale Discount Jerseys NFL Jerseys Cheap Cheap Jerseys 2020 Disocunt Football Jerseys NFL Jerseys Cheap Wholesale Nike NFL Jerseys NFL Jerseys Wholesale Cheap NFL Jerseys China Wholesale NFL Gear Jerseys From China Disocunt Football Jerseys Discount Jerseys Cheap NFL Jerseys China ' ' '

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