September 27, 2021
From Bleacher Report by Maurice Moton
Once you hear whispers about a head coach's job security, must-win mandates or changes to his coaching staff, teams may already have contingency plans in place.
In the NFL, the honeymoon period for head coaches doesn't last long. After the first year, which is usually a teardown period, a new regime needs to show some progress.
Whatever the case, a handful of coaches may feel pressure to produce tangible results early in the season, especially after tough losses or a slow start.
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