10 NFL Head Coaches Who Had A Rough 2013

Warranted or not, these guys are gone. Or at least, could be.


FIRED: Gary Kubiak - Houston Texans


FIRED: Gary Kubiak - Houston Texans


2013 Record: 2-11

Combined Record: 61-64 after eight seasons.

Accomplishments: Captured the franchise’s first division crown, playoff berth, and playoff win in 2011. Secured a franchise-best 12-4 record last season.

Low Point(s): This season's 11-game losing streak, capped off with a 27-20 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars.


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FIRED: Mike Shanahan - Washington Redskins


FIRED: Mike Shanahan - Washington Redskins


2013 Record: 3-13

Combined Record: 24-40 after four seasons.

Accomplishments: Ending the 2012 season on a seven-game winning streak to capture the team's first NFC East title since 1999.

Low Point(s): Finishing this season 3-13 with an eight-game losing streak. Publicly fighting with starting quarterback RG3. Losing that fight.


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FIRED: Jim Schwartz - Detroit Lions


FIRED: Jim Schwartz - Detroit Lions


2013 Record: 7-9

Combined Record: 29-51 after five seasons.

Accomplishments: Finishing 2nd in the NFC North and going to the playoffs for the first time since 1999.

Low Point(s): Losing 14 games in 2009. Running after Jim Harbuagh after the Lions lost to the 49ers.


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FIRED: Rob Chudzinski - Cleveland Browns


FIRED: Rob Chudzinski - Cleveland Browns


2013 Record: 4-12

Combined Record: 4-12 (First year head coach. Previously served as the Brown's tight ends coach in 2004 and offensive coordinator in 2007-'08)

Accomplishments: Recorded the first Browns win at FirstEnergy Stadium.

Low Point(s): Seven-game losing streak to end the season.


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