When the Philadelphia Eagles take on the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, there will be a lot at stake for both teams. At a disappointing 3-5 record, both teams trail the New York Giants in the NFC East by 2.5 games at the midway point in the 2012 NFL season. With both teams having Super Bowl aspirations entering this year, things have not gone at all according to plan.
With that being said, could the losing head coach be fired shortly after the game?
Andy Reid and Jason Garrett may not want to hear it, but they may be coaching for their jobs on Sunday against one another.
Truth be told, neither coach is likely to remain with their respective teams past this season as things currently stand. Unless the Eagles and/or Cowboys can drastically turn things around on the field and in the locker room, their fate appears to be sealed. In all likelihood, both men will coach out the remainder of the 2012 regular season, fail to qualify for the playoffs, and fail to hold onto their jobs.
But could it...