This is Chris Miller from your Barker.
Carolina fired Ron Rivera.
But if we know anything about the NFL, we know that Rivera won't be the only coach looking for work here.
The five coaches most likely to be let go, whether in season or immediately after the Falcons have been a disaster in 2019.
It's really reflected poorly on Dan Quinn, in particular Quincy defensive guy.
But Atlanta is terrible on that side.
They've allowed 26.
9 points per game.
That's 27th in the league, coming on the heels of a 7 to 9 record in 2018.
That's likely going to be enough to cost him his job.
Pat Shurmur is gonna need to go three and one in the Giants last four games just to reach 10 wins over two full seasons.
That alone should be enough to earn him his walking papers, though the Giants might be a little cautious based on the franchises hopes now being pinned on rookie Daniel Jones.
Still, Shermer has been uninspiring during his time in New York.
There are plenty of up and coming offensive minds who might be more appealing to New York.
Jason Garrett's fate might already be sealed in Dallas and listen takes the Cowboys all the way to a Super Bowl.
Jerry Jones didn't exactly give Gary uM, bringing vote of confidence when he said earlier this week on the radio.
In my opinion, Jason Care will be coaching in the NFL next year.
You'll notice in that little quote, he didn't say for which team.
It's hard to imagine at this point being the Cowboys.
Nick Foles went back to Gardner Minshew as his starter.
But even if mention sparks a strong finish, it likely won't be enough to save Marone in Jacksonville.
Owner Shot Con had the team on notice and its upper personnel as well after a five and 11 season last year, And nothing that's transpired this season figures to have saved Doug Morones job.
Finally, we've got Freddie Kitchens.
No team had more hype than the Browns heading into 2019 and while they could win out and have a winning season at nine and seven, they been a massive flop.
Thus far, Kitchens has been a major reason, especially his role in Cleveland's offensive struggles.
The play calling has been bad he hasn't been able to keep his team focused.
And he's made bad PR decisions like being seen in public wearing a Pittsburgh started it shirt before Sunday's loss to the Steelers.
Even if the Browns finish, strong, kitchens might be gone for your barker.
I'm Chris Miller.