As of 2023, several NFL coaches are under scrutiny and potentially on the hot seat. These include Mike McCarthy of the Dallas Cowboys, Josh McDaniels of the Las Vegas Raiders, Brandon Staley of the Los Angeles Chargers, Ron Rivera of the Washington Commanders, Kevin Stefanski of the Cleveland Browns, Todd Bowles of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Dennis Allen of the New Orleans Saints.
Mike McCarthy's tenure with the Dallas Cowboys has been marked by inconsistent performances, leading to questions about his job security. Similarly, despite having a solid reputation from his time with the New England Patriots, Josh McDaniels has struggled to replicate that success with the Las Vegas Raiders. His team's poor record has led to speculation about his future with the franchise.
Brandon Staley, the head coach of the Los Angeles Chargers, is also facing pressure due to his team's underwhelming performance. Despite having a talented roster, the Chargers still need to meet expectations, jeopardizing Staley's position.
Ron Rivera, the head coach of the Washington Commanders, has had a mixed tenure with the team. While he has managed to keep the team competitive, their failure to secure a playoff spot in 2022 has raised questions about his future with the franchise.
Kevin Stefanski, the head coach of the Cleveland Browns, is another coach under pressure. Despite being named NFL Coach of the Year in 2020, Stefanski's Browns have struggled to maintain consistency, leading to doubts about his job security.
Todd Bowles, the head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Dennis Allen, the head coach of the New Orleans Saints, are also reportedly on the hot seat due to their teams' disappointing performances.