The Definitive List Of The 3 NFL Coaches On The Hottest Of Seats After Week 4

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We are 4 weeks into what has been a wild NFL season, one that’s been unlike anything we have ever seen. From having no pre-season to having games postponed, the only thing fans knew going into this season was to expect the unexpected. We all know team owners don’t want to hear that as an excuse, especially when it comes to a few head coaches that have already found themselves on the hot seat within no time. Here’s the list of the three head coaches that will find themselves unemployed either during or immediately following the season.

1.Adam Gase

I think we all saw this prediction coming which makes this by no means a hot take. With their Thursday night loss to the then 0-3 Denver Broncos, The Jets are a confirmed dumpster fire at 0-4. The locker room is a mess and many of the fingers point to no one but Gase. I think it’s only a matter of time until you see a breaking news headline on Gase being fired that will absolutely not be breaking news.

2. Matt Patricia

Since Patricia was hired by the Lions in 2018, football has gone the same way it always has in Detroit, poorly. Patricia has not seemed to be able to find an answer to winning games in the Matt Stafford era. His current record with the Lions sits at 10-25-1 which unless you are Marvin Lewis, is a sure thing to find yourself on the chopping block.

3. Bill O’Brien

O’Brien, who serves as both the Texans head coach and general manager, left the league puzzled with his trade that sent superstar wide receiver Deandre Hopkins to Arizona during the offseason. On top of that, O’Brien and the Texans have started 0-4 with a premier talent at quarterback in Deshaun Watson. Tensions are definitely hot in Houston which could most likely lead to an early departure of the Texans’ head coach.

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