1. Nick Sirianni -- Eagles
He barely survived this year, and they won 11 games. And maybe, all things considered, what happened in those 11 games doesn't really matter at all, but still – he's won 66% of his games over three years in Philly. But when it went south, it went south. Add in the fact that apparently things aren't super comfortable over there right now, and it starts to feel like Sirianni's time in Philly may not last as long as it seemed after Super Bowl LII. To his credit, getting Vic Fangio to come be defensive coordinator would be a good start to any coach-for-your-job season.