Nahhh. First year coach providing far and away the best performance the Browns have put on the board in a couple decades...he gets at least another year almost no matter what they do from here on out. Interesting opportunity for speculation though. Teams that might fire their coach if they have an unexpectedly bad season. Keep that "IF" in mind. These might also be teams that are currently doing at least moderately well, and might even be getting heavy early hype. They may just as easily go on a spree, get a high seed in the playoffs, and run the table. But they are teams that I think, if they hit an unexpected reef, might consider blaming the designated scapegoat...errrr...head coach, and running them out of town. In no particular order. Dallas Cowboys. Jerry's kids are running more of the show, but they know that pops will totally mortgage the future of the franchise to squeeze out one more championship before he really turns over the reins. Jerry is running out of time, and the kids are running out of patience. ANY step backwards by Jason Garrett is a step out the door. Chicago Bears. A notoriously impatient franchise that hired offensive genius Matt Nagy to mentor high draft pick quarterback so the pick wouldn't turn into another wasted bust. Team is still being carried by the defense, franchise identity still begins and ends on the defensive side of the ball, and Nagy is the most likely candidate to draw the ire of Bears fans if it all goes sideways. LA Chargers. A talented group of sad sacks who always find a way to lose, with an owner who needs a lot of splash to try to overcome the error of moving the franchise to a city where they are in fact hated. Three years is about as long as that can last, unless tremendous results arrive to save the day. Add to that the usual cast of losers turning over coaches and Tomlin would have plenty of options, IF the Rooney's completely abandon "the Steeler way" and let him go.