NFL Firing and Hiring 2021


Mace

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Chargers fire coach Anthony Lynn after failing to make playoffs again​

Jeff Miller
Mon, January 4, 2021, 10:44 AM CST

The Chargers have parted ways with coach Anthony Lynn following the team's 7-9 season. (Doug Murray / Associated Press)
The blown leads, the game mismanagement and the losses finally caught up with Anthony Lynn as the Chargers fired their head coach Monday.
The move came a day after a 38-21 victory in Kansas City. The Chargers finished the season 7-9 and were 12-20 in Lynn’s final two years.
Owner Dean Spanos expressed his respect for Lynn in a statement released by the team.
But, the statement read in part, “as we all know, this is a results-driven business and, simply put, the results of the past two years have fallen short of expectations.”
Lynn, 52, was 33-31 (plus 1-1 in the playoffs) in four seasons with the Chargers, who gave him his first full-time head coaching job.
Among the names that figure to be attached to the Chargers job are three prominent offensive coordinators: Eric Bieniemy of the Chiefs, Josh McDaniels of the New England Patriots and Brian Daboll of the Buffalo Bills.
 

Mace

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Doug Pederson, who led Eagles to their first Super Bowl, out as team's coach​

Frank Schwab
Mon, January 11, 2021, 1:05 PM CST


At the end of the 2017 season, Doug Pederson looked like one of the NFL’s best coaches.
After a season-ending injury to MVP candidate Carson Wentz, he took Nick Foles to a Super Bowl title. He outcoached Bill Belichick in that Super Bowl. He was a star, especially in Philadelphia.
Three seasons later, it has completely fallen apart for the Eagles.
Pederson is out as the Eagles’ head coach, the team confirmed via statement from team owner Jeffrey Lurie.

That’s the most surprising coaching-related news of the offseason.

 

TSU/BAMA

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Well, we all know that when it comes to NFL head coaches, it is usually "what have you done for me lately."
 

Tpop33

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And unfortunately Chicago still has Nagy with his 28/20 over two years. Another coach that has a support staff, but still wants to control everything.
He coaching is not responsible for Chicago getting the wild card game, that was luck!
 

Kendrick

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And unfortunately Chicago still has Nagy with his 28/20 over two years. Another coach that has a support staff, but still wants to control everything.
He coaching is not responsible for Chicago getting the wild card game, that was luck!
His QB is terrible. That's on the GM, who should be fired for making that draft pick. But Nagy can go, too.
 

Blacknbengal

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Dallas Cowgirls, one of your worst nightmares:

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LOL!!!!! Boy, yall defense is about to be the worst!!!
 

lilC

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Still better than Obrien and the acting gm with the Texans. They traded Hopkins for a half used box of old matches and four cracker jack baseball cards of nobodies....
 

lilC

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Bill Obrien just traded a stimulus check for a 3yr old's drawing of a star wars light saber. He again said "ya know...I went with my gut"
 
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