At least six NFL head coaches will be fired during the 2019 league year.
How can anyone be certain the league will experience so much turnover seven months before the regular season even begins?
The last time fewer than six new head coaches entered a season was 14 years ago. Patience runs thin among NFL owners, and the coaching churn is constant.
Of the seven head coaches hired just three years ago, only one—the Philadelphia Eagles' Doug Pederson—is still with his team.
As a result, it's never too early to see how hot certain seats are around the league, even though the previous season ended just over a week ago.