Originally posted on Football Nation  |  Last updated 9/18/12

CHARLOTTE, NC - SEPTEMBER 13: Head Coach of the Philadelphia Eagles, Andy Reid, stands on the field during their NFL season opener against the Carolina Panthers at Bank of America Stadium on September 13, 2009 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

The first unlucky guy on this list is Chan Gailey, head coach of the Buffalo Bills since 2010. Gailey has posted a 10-22 record since taking over the team, a less than impressive record.

Although the team had a great showing against a good Chief defense this past weekend, I still don't believe Gailey will last until 2013. It's obvious Ralph Wilson and Buddy Nix want to win now, and I believe that they are getting tired of these single-digit win seasons.

The Bills actually got off to a hot start in 2011 going 4-0, but their success came and went as they finished the season with a 6-10 record.

With six of their next nine games on the road, and against the likes of the Houston Texans and New England Patriots, it looks to be a rocky road for Buffalo. With their bye week coming in week eight of the season, Nix and Wilson might decide that they've seen enough and may fire Gailey mid-season.

Next up on the list is Norv Turner of the San Diego Chargers. Now, this may come as a surprise to some, but look at the stats. Since 2007, Turner is 52-34 during the regular and 3-3 in the playoffs with one AFC Championship appearance.

As of right now, the Chargers have quietly been a team to watch, winning both of their games so far this season. But keep things in perspective, they played two average teams in the Raiders and Titans. They still have to play the Ravens, Falcons, Saints, Bengals, Steelers, AND the Broncos twice.

Those are going to be seven tough, tough games for an up-and-down Chargers team. This is an organization that has been ready for a Super Bowl run for years now, and if they don't make it this year, look for Norv Turner to be on the chopping block.

Ken Whisenhunt of the Cardinals is another coach who may be relieved of his services after this year. Following their magical season in 2008 with Kurt Warner at the helm, their production has fluctuated each year. After the 2008 season, the Cardinals posted a 10-6 record, only to go 5-11 the following year, and 8-8 last year.

The Cards have had the pieces in place to make a good playoff push, but haven't done much with those pieces. They got their "franchise" QB in Kevin Kolb, an elite receiver in Larry Fitzgerald, a solid running back stable, and stingy defense with Calais Campbell and Darnell Dockett headlining the front seven. Although I think Whisenhunt is a good coach, and will get another opportunity if in fact he is fired after this season, I just don't think he's going to take the Cardinals any farther than he already has. The clock's ticking in Flag Staff.

This next one might draw gasps from you readers, ready? Andy Reid. Yes, the mustache himself may very well be out of a job after this season. Since being hired in 1999, Reid has led the Eagles to several playoff berths along with a handful of NFC Championships, with a Super Bowl appearance to boot. But, keyword: appearance.

Not unlike San Diego, the whole city of Philadelphia has been ready and waiting for their first championship in franchise history. As most people know, Eagles fans either love you or hate you with a passion. Andy Reid has been well-received by the boisterous, yet incredibly loyal crowd, but even they are getting tired of the disappointments.

Although the fans don't make the decision on Reid's future with Philadelphia, they aren't the only ones getting fed up with the disappointing ending to their seasons as of late. Owner Jeff Lurie has even come out and said, "8-8 won't save Andy Reid's job." The seat just got hotter in Philly.



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