NFL Coaching Hot Seat: Mike Tomlin, Jay Gruden, Vance Joseph & Dirk Koetter In Danger Of Firing?

NFL coaching rumors are churning right now as we approach the end of the regular season.

Two NFL head coaches have already been fired this 2018 season - Mike McCarthy and Hue Jackson - but what underachieving coach will be the next to lose their job? And just how warm are the NFL coaching hot seats around the NFL? Could the Panthers front office cut ties with Ron Rivera after a 5-game losing streak has put Carolina on the outside of playoff contention? Will the Washington Redskins give Jay Gruden the benefit of the doubt after losing three starting QBs this season? Or will Dan Snyder continue his hot streak of firing coaches after just a few seasons?

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Over in the AFC, are John Harbaugh and the Baltimore Ravens ready to mutually part ways even with the rise of young QB Lamar Jackson? And sticking in the North, is Mike Tomlin’s seat now hot after the Pittsburgh Steelers lost to the Oakland Raiders on Sunday?

While some coaches will work their way off the list and others will find their way on it, there are 10 coaches in particular who have a seat a little bit warmer than the rest.

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All 10 coaches are detailed below, although they have varying levels of seat hotness:
#10 Mike Tomlin
#9 Steve Wilks
#8 Ron Rivera
#7 John Harbaugh
#6 Doug Marrone
#5 Jay Gruden
#4 Vance Joseph
#3 Marvin Lewis
#2 Todd Bowles
#1 Dirk Koetter

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Related Topics: Todd Bowles, Dirk Koetter, NFL Coaching Hot Seat, NFL Coaching Rumors, Vance Joseph, John Harbaugh, Ron Rivera, Marvin Lewis, Mike Tomlin, Jay Gruden