After a 5-11 campaign this year, San Francisco brings on a head coach without a playoff win to his name.
Black Monday has come and gone, and a total of seven NFL head coaches have lost their jobs. Now the Eagles, Buccaneers, Giants, Browns, Dolphins, Titans and 49ers all have begun the search for the person that will bring them to their goal of a SuperBowl championship.
Obviously, both Browns and Bills fans made this list.
Eleanor Roosevelt said, "I try to learn from the mistakes of others. I don't have time to make them all myself." Here are some more lessons from the past year.
Whether it was because of all the offseason miscalculations or something much deeper, Chip Kelly now won't get a second year to try and finish what he started. Sure, the experiment looks messy now, but the fact that we'll never know for sure is disappointing for any true football fan.
Kelly has assumed much of the blame for the Eagles' poor season and missed chance at the playoffs.
Coach Chip Kelly has come under fire, with some saying he may be gone after the season is over. After back to back 10-6 seasons, the Eagles are 4-7 without showing much sign of improvement. The problem is Chip Kelly. He is his own worst enemy.
Philadelphia, at 1-3, ranks 30th in offense and 30th on third down.
The New York Jets return home on Sunday, flying high off of their 20-7 victory of the Indianapolis Colts. The Jets are feeling good with their season starting off at 2-0, and they play host to a reeling Philadelphia Eagles team that has begun the year at 0-2.
Yes, he's looking at you, Sam Bradford.
The reign of rookie running backs, the hype of two rookie quarterbacks.
If Chip Kelly is on a mission to replace his black players with white ones, he is failing spectacularly. The more likely conclusion is that the idea that racial bias from the head coach has influenced the Eagles is factually inaccurate at best, and moronically shortsighted at least.
He's still upset about last year's separation.
"There's a reason he got rid of all the black players."