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Weíre going to go around the league Nick Bosa 49ers Jersey , looking at each division and seeing what vacancies could open up for Black MonSanta Clara, but a coach could bail to fill one of the vacancies elsewhere. Today, we have the NFC South.Last year, the NFC South was on lockdown their firings. A lot of back and forth of division winners and mainstays like Sean Payton running around will make the year end pink-slips difficult. This year, not much has changed. I said that there was one seat in particular that was hot and since nothing happened, this year itís a lava rush of heat. There are some other seats getting warm as well. New Orleans SaintsThe rebuild for the Saints is over. They went through a rough stretch of losing and trying to fill the needs of the team after departures and salary cap casualties left them a shadow of their former, Super Bowl-winning selves. The Saints are back, and this time they might be back in the Super Bowl. Theyíll have to get through the Los Angeles Rams first, but they managed to beat them in the regular season and if things continue as they are, thereís no denying they could do it again if the Rams have to go through New Orleans to get to the Super Bowl. Not only is the rebuild over Nick Mullens Color Rush Jersey , the Saints have the best defense they may have ever had. Itís ranked 10th per Pro Football Reference and when you combine that with an ageless quarterback in Drew Brees, you are going places. All said, thereís no way the Saints start firing anybody. Theyíve gone decades to have stability and winning seasons and wouldnít want to return to the old days of perennial losing. while rumors would fly some seasons that Sean Payton wanted out, heís still there. The Saints are safe. Who should/will get fired: Nobody Carolina PanthersThe Panthers play in the same division as the Saints and thatís been the big problem. They nabbed a wild card spot in 2017 and are playing for more or less the same in 2018. While Ron Rivera managed to get them to a Super Bowl a few years prior, the resilience of a Super Bowl appearance is starting to wear off and he may be put under the microscope soon if he still canít get the job done. Not much will happen this year if the Panthers can snatch a wild card spot, or even if they canít, provided they donít go on an awful skid and lose out via blowouts to close the season. So why would Rivera be on the hotseat? The Panthers removed Dave Gettlemen and inserted Marty Hurney as the new GM. If the Panthers continue to not meet expectations, Hurney may want to go get Ďhisí guy. Itís a mistake, given the success the Panthers have had with Rivera in the past, but itís a possibility. But thatís all a long ways off. Next year around this time, with that record https://www.49ersfanshop.com/Steve-Young-Jersey , Rivera could be getting a long hard look. But even then, heís won the South three times in a row followed by a subpar season and another season back in the playoffs. Firing Rivera without at least two more years of underachieving would be asinine. Who should/will get fired: NobodyAtlanta Falcons.500, one Super Bowl appearance, one playoff appearance, and now a very bad team make up the first four years of Dan Quinnís resume. As bad as the Falcons are in 2018, thereís still the backdrop of going to a Super Bowl and a team kept afloat. Just one problem, that Super Bowl year was more on the shoulders of their offensive coordinator than it was on their head coach. While Quinn turned in a decent season following the Super Bowl loss, the Falcons have trended downwards since said, ďcoordinator of offense,Ē left to go do something else. They havenít trended downward enough to merit a coaching change. Though they may make a change at the play-caller since Steve Sarkisian isnít the answer. The Falcons under that shadowy god of offensive coordinators had the No. 1 offense in 2016, per Pro Football Reference. In 2017 they dropped to 15th. 2018 they moved up a spot to 14th. Now thatís not terrible for any team Y.A. Tittle Jersey , but when you have Matt Ryan as your quarterback and Julio Jones as your wide receiver, thatís unacceptable. Reports have said as such. There wonít be a change at head coach, but expect a new offensive coordinator to come in. Who should/will get fired: Steve SarkisianTampa Bay BuccaneersNothing quite says youíre about to get canned with a back and forth at quarterback. The Bucaneers have had a tag-team duo of quarterbacks in Jameis Winston and Ryan Fitzpatrick startingat different points. Both did some good things, but the only consistency they provided was skill at dial-a-turnovers. The running game is a mess and the pass catchers are under performing. The defense? 30th. The Buccaneers have worse problems getting turnovers than the 49ers do. Thereís two people getting shown the door. For sure itís Dirk Koetter. That ship sailed the moment he started Winston...the third time. General manager Jason Licht needs to go as well. If youíve been with the Buccaneers since 2014 and your roster is this bad, thatís on you. Donít forget, this is the team that traded draft picks to get into the second round in order to draft a kicker who is out of the league. Picks donít work out, in fact, some drafts only one pick will work out, but when you trade picks for a kicker, in the second round, you as a GM simply donít work out. Licht is finishing out his contract Joe Montana Color Rush Jersey , but for purposes here, heís fired as far as weíre concerned. Who should/will get fired: Jason Licht and Dirk Koetter The San Francisco 49ers are hiring Shane Day to take over as quarterbacks coach, according to Matt Maiocco. Day will replace Rich Scangarello, who joined Vic Fangioís coaching staff in Denver as offensive coordinator.Day spent the past three seasons as tight ends coach with the Miami Dolphins. He spent the previous two seasons as assistant offensive line coach in Washington. He does have quarterback coaching experience, having spent the 2010 and 2011 seasons with the Chicago Bears in that role, and then the 2012 and 2013 season with the University of Connecticut.Day has prior experience with the 49ers. He served as offensive quality control coach from 2007 to 2009. He worked with the quarterbacks in 2007, the running backs in 2008, and the offensive line in 2009.There had been some talk wide receivers coach and passing game coordinator Mike LaFleur or run-game coordinator Mike McDaniel might transition to the quarterbacks role. LaFleur spent Senior Bowl week working with the quarterbacks, and both coaches split play-calling duties. They will seemingly continue with their 2018 roles.

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