Ron Rivera, Washington Commanders

 New ownership could mean changes, and Rivera's future may depend on the team's performance, particularly if they miss the playoffs

Todd Bowles, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

 Following a disappointing 8-9 record in his first season as head coach, Bowles faces a challenging future with a potential quarterback battle and a possible rebuilding phase

Brandon Staley, Los Angeles Chargers

Despite not having a losing season, Staley's job security is shaky, especially if the Chargers underperform in the playoffs or miss them entirely

Kevin Stefanski, Cleveland Browns

With the Browns failing to record a winning season in the past two years, Stefanski could be held accountable if the team doesn't improve​

Mike McCarthy, Dallas Cowboys

Despite winning 24 games over two seasons, McCarthy's inability to advance past the Divisional Round since 1995 may put his job at risk

Bill Belichick, New England Patriots

 After a disappointing season and reported locker room issues, Belichick might face dismissal despite his legendary status with the Patriots

Arthur Smith, Atlanta Falcons

Smith's poor record and lack of playoff appearances, despite having talented players, puts him on the hot seat

Matt Eberflus, Chicago Bears

While there's some optimism, Eberflus needs a strong finish to the season to secure his job, as new leadership may seek changes​

Dennis Allen, New Orleans Saints

 Despite challenges, Allen is likely to return for a third season, but the team's performance will be closely scrutinized, especially on offense

Sean McDermott, Buffalo Bills

McDermott's position may be at risk due to the team's performance, suggesting a change could be forthcoming if improvements aren't seen​