Okay, so it seems early...but it's NEVER too early to fire an NFL coach! So here we are. I'm setting the over/under on NFL head coaching changes at 6.5, with New York giving McAdoo the 23 skidoo to get things off to a good start. Word is that ownership took the temperature of the local fan base and let McAdoo go for his own safety rather than putting him on the sidelines at a Giants home game, and that Eli Manning is starting again. But does anyone expect Eli to hang in NY for what looks to be a start from scratch do-over? How much will he put up with to be the 'one team wonder' that Peyton failed to be? Cleveland (rumor has it) is facing the facts that if they fire Hue Jackson there may not be anyone who will take the job. Unless they decide to elevate some obscure junior college coach they are gonna have to stand pat with what they have. That seems hard to believe, I mean, who really turns down an NFL head coaching gig? But they are the Browns. Who else is on edge?