30 Clubs in 30 Days: Philadelphia Phillies

There’s a video circulating of ODell Beckham Jr in a hotel room with a woman smoking what looks like a blunt and what appears to be cocaine present in the room. The blunt I don’t really care about, it’s pretty well known that a large majority of NFL players smoke weed and even the NFL is like “you can’t smoke weed, wink wink,” but the blow is a different issue. Beckham doesn’t snort the substance in the video so maybe they just emptied the sugar out of a bag of sour patch kids. Can’t really know for sure unless you stick a little bit on your tongue or snort it so let’s give Beckham the benefit of the doubt before condemning him. Also I know Selection Sunday was yesterday, but I’m writing this in the airport before my flight at 11 AM just in case things get out of control tonight, so I won’t be sharing my March Madness bracket until tomorrow. We’ve got a couple days between Selection Sunday and the play-in games so I’m not too worried. With that, let’s get to day 21 of 30 Clubs in 30 Days with the Philadelphia Phillies.


2017 Results:

Record: 66-96, 31 games behind Washington Nationals, 21 games behind Colorado Rockies for 2nd Wild Card Spot

Notable Offseason Additions: SP Jake Arrieta, 1B Carlos Santana, RP Pat Neshek, RP Fernando Abad, RP Tommy Hunter, IF Adam Rosales

Notable Offseason Subtractions: OF Daniel Nava, OF Hyun Soo Kim, SP Clay Buchholz

Best Offensive Player: 1B Carlos Santana

Best Pitcher: Jake Arrieta

Depth Chart:

C-Jorge Alfaro, Cameron Rupp

1B-Carlos Santana, Tommy Joseph

2B-Cesar Hernandez

3B-Maikel Franco

SS-JP Crawford, Adam Rosales

LF-Rhys Hoskins

CF-Odubel Herrera, Roman Quinn

RF-Nick Williams, Aaron Altherr

SP-Jake Arrieta, Aaron Nola, Jared Eickhoff, Vincent Velasquez, Nick Pivetta, Ben Lively, Zach Eflin

Bullpen-Hector Neris (CP), Pat Neshek, Tommy Hunter, Luis Garcia, Adam Morgan, Edubray Ramos, Fernando Abad

Coaching Staff:

Manager-Gabe Kapler (1st season with Phillies)

Hitting Coach-John Mallee

Pitching Coach-Rick Kranitz

1st Base Coach-Jose Flores

3rd Base Coach-Dusty Wathan

Bench Coach-Rob Thomson


I was pretty disappointed in the Phillies last season. I thought last year was the year their young guys would start to put it together and show some progress in this rebuild. But they didn’t, really. The team continued to suck and finished with a record of 66-96, second worst in the NL. They continue to pay for not drafting me in the 2014 MLB Draft. They sent a scout to my high school and he witnessed with his own two eyes me line a single down the left field line to start a 9th inning rally. Who cares if I had a weak throwing arm, no speed, little power, and started 2 games all season (and yes, I did check to make sure they didn’t actually draft me)? That one hit should’ve been all the proof they needed. Instead they drafted Aaron Nola, but I’ll get to him later. They hired Gabe Kapler to be their new manager, as I recommended they should, so hopefully the young guys develop the way they should. Here’s a look at what he’s got to work with heading into this season.

1. Odubel Herrera-CF

2. Cesar Hernandez-2B

3. Carlos Santana-1B

4. Rhys Hoskins-LF

5. Maikel Franco-3B

6. Nick Williams/Aaron Altherr-RF

7. JP Crawford-SS

8. Jorge Alfaro-C

9. Pitcher’s Spot

There’s some young talent here. JP Crawford is one of the top prospects in all of baseball and he got a brief taste of the Majors last season. He only hit .214 in 23 games but he walked a TON, as he reached ball 4 on 18.4% of his plate appearances (which would’ve ranked 4th in the Majors behind Joey Votto, Aaron Judge, and Mike Trout), resulting in a .356 OBP despite the low average. Maikel Franco is a guy I’ve been frustrated with because he’s one of the most talented third basemen in the game but he has done nothing so far in the Majors. Reportedly the newly-signed Carlos Santana is taking him under his wing, though, so if he can learn from Santana’s approach, then we could see a significant uptick in production. Santana is notorious for his plate discipline, as he’s traditionally one of the best at drawing walks year-in and year-out while also displaying 30-home run power. But of course, the biggest story for the Phillies offensively last season was Rhys Hoskins. Despite only playing 50 games last season, Hoskins launched 18 home runs, slugged .618, and was worth 2.2 WAR. That’s outstanding for such a short period of time. He’s going to do a lot of damage for the Phillies this season and he’ll likely be doing it with runners frequently on base ahead of him, as Santana draws a lot of walks and Odubel Herrera has never hit below .280 in his 3-year career. So provided this talented group of youngsters grows under Kapler the way I thought they would last season under Pete Mackanin, this could be a sneaky good offense.


Pitching was pretty inconsistent for the Phillies last season, as they posted a 4.60 team ERA. There’s a lot of untapped potential in this staff. Aaron Nola looks like a budding star at the top of their rotation. Last year he went 12-11 with a 3.54 ERA and struck out nearly 10 batters per 9 innings. He’s already been named the Opening Day starter against the Atlanta Braves, a huge honor for the 24 year-old. After him there’s some talented guys but with mixed results. Jared Eickhoff showed flashes of brilliance at times for the Phillies but his final numbers were pretty underwhelming, posting a 4.71 ERA and striking out a little over 8 batters per 9. Vince Velasquez is another guy who has flashed a ton of ability, particularly in a 2016 start against the Padres when he threw a shutout while striking out 16 batters on just 3 hits. However he also hasn’t built on that amazing outing, as he finished with an ERA over 5 in 2017. Kapler has a reputation for developing players in the Dodgers’ organization so hopefully for these guys’ sakes he’s able to work his magic with them, too. This is also a late edit, but I had already had this blog set up so forgive me if it reads weird, but Jake Arrieta just agreed to a 3-year $75M deal with the Phillies. It likely doesn’t change Nola’s status as team ace, but it is certainly a MAJOR upgrade on the mound. The 2015 NL Cy Young Award winner didn’t have his best year in 2017, but he’s still a stud on the mound. It’ll be interesting to see how soon he’s able to suit up for the Phillies.


There’s a lot to be desired in the Phillies bullpen. Hector Neris is set to be their closer and he was pretty good last season, saving 26 games with a 3.01 ERA and 10.37 K/9. He’s got some electric stuff and I think he could be a potential breakout candidate. The star for the Phillies’ pen was 36 year-old Pat Neshek. Before being traded at the Deadline to the Rockies, Neshek was the Phillies’ lone All Star last season, posting a 1.12 ERA while striking out over 10 batters per 9, a very high number for a submarine pitcher at his age. Neshek returned to the Phillies in free agency in the offseason and he will likely be the 8th inning guy and possibly the closer when Neris can’t go. After those guys there’s a lot of uncertainty. New additions Fernando Abad and Tommy Hunter have had success in the past but have also had plenty of rough patches and might not be the most reliable guys for the Phillies. This bullpen may struggle in 2018.

Overall, I think there’s talent on the Phillies and like the A’s in yesterday’s blog, it’s all going to come down to how their young guys develop. If Kapler can awaken the talent in these guys like he did for guys like Chris Taylor and Justin Turner with the Dodgers, then the Phillies’ rebuild could be ending very soon. I think the Phillies are going to be my pick for most-improved team in 2018.

Projected Record: 75-85, 3rd in NL East

That’s going to do it for this edition of 30 Clubs in 30 Days. Join me tomorrow when I discuss the Pittsburgh Pirates, who are on the brink of a rebuild after trading stars Andrew McCutchen and Gerrit Cole. Let me know what you think of the Phillies’ chances in the comments section below or on Facebook or Twitter @jimwyman10.

30 Clubs in 30 Days: Baltimore Orioles

Happy birthday to me, happy birthday to me, happy birthday dear meeeeee, happy birthday to me. It’s my 22nd birthday, that’s what the song was referencing. But that’s neither here nor there since nobody cares about anybody’s birthday after their 21st so let’s get to some baseball. Not only is today the first day that MLB teams will face other MLB teams in Spring Training, but today we’re talking about the Baltimore Orioles, who I think are the most intriguing team of the 2018 season mainly because they could be a team that could compete for the playoffs but they could also find themselves in the division cellar and that leaves a lot of implications for a certain superstar infielder. So let’s get into the Baltimore Orioles for this edition of 30 Clubs in 30 Days.


2017 Results:

75-87, last in the AL East, 18 games behind Boston Red Sox, 10 games behind Minnesota Twins for final Wild Card Spot

Notable Offseason Additions: OF Colby Rasmus, OF Alex Presley, RP Josh Edgin, SP Andrew Cashner

Notable Offseason Subtractions: SP Wade Miley, C Welington Castillo, 2B Johnny Giavotella, SS JJ Hardy, IF Pedro Alvarez, 2B Ryan Flaherty, SP Jeremy Hellickson, SP Ubaldo Jimenez

Best Offensive Player: SS Manny Machado

Best Pitcher: CP Zach Britton

Depth Chart

C-Caleb Joseph, Chance Sisco

1B-Chris Davis

2B-Jonathan Schoop

3B-Tim Beckham

SS-Manny Machado, Engelb Vielma

LF-Trey Mancini, Alex Presley

CF-Adam Jones, Colby Rasmus

RF-Joey Rickard, Mark Trumbo (DH)

SP-Kevin Gausman, Dylan Bundy, Chris Tillman, Andrew Cashner, Gabriel Ynoa

Bullpen-Zach Britton (CP), Brad Brach, Mychal Givens, Darren O’Day, Miguel Castro, Josh Edgin, Richard Bleier

Coaching Staff:

Manager-Buck Showalter (8th season with Orioles)

Hitting Coach-Scott Coolbaugh

Pitching Coach-Roger McDowell

1st Base Coach-Wayne Kirby

3rd Base Coach-Bobby Dickerson

Bench Coach-John Russell


The Orioles may have finished in last place in the AL East last season, but they were tied with the Oakland A’s for best record amongst last place teams last season at 75-87. There’s a lot of talent on this team, particularly on offense. They boast one of the best infielders in the game in Manny Machado, an underrated hitter in Jonathan Schoop, two of the deadliest power bats in Chris Davis and Mark Trumbo, and that’s without even mentioning the guy that has been doing it all for the Orioles for the longest time in Adam Jones. However the Orioles did not live up to their offensive ability last season as they finished just 16th in runs scored. Here’s how the team is expected to line up this season.

1. Joey Rickard-RF

2. Adam Jones-CF

3. Manny Machado-SS

4. Chris Davis-1B

5. Jonathan Schoop-2B

6. Trey Mancini-LF

7. Tim Beckham-3B

8. Mark Trumbo-DH

9. Caleb Joseph-C

Now, Trumbo and Davis have been inconsistent over the last couple of years but when they’re on, they’re two of the deadliest bats in the game and can take pretty much any ball out of the yard. Jonathan Schoop is also probably the most underrated second baseman in the game and in 2017 he took his play to new heights, hitting .293 with 32 home runs, 105 RBI, 2 DRS, and being worth 4.1 WAR. Trey Mancini is another guy teams shouldn’t sleep on. In his first full season in the Majors in 2017, Mancini hit .293 with 24 home runs and 78 RBI as he finished in third place for AL Rookie of the Year behind the better-known Aaron Judge and Andrew Benintendi. Last season’s Trade Deadline acquisition Tim Beckham really came into his own after arriving in Baltimore from Tampa Bay. The former #1 overall pick had been considered a bust for quite some time, but upon joining the Orioles, he appeared to start to realize his potential as he hit .306 with 10 home runs and 26 RBI in 50 games. He’s going to be the everyday third baseman in Baltimore. But wait, you ask, isn’t Manny Machado the third baseman there? Not anymore, as he’s finally moving back to his natural position of shortstop, which is a weird thing to call it considering how good of a third baseman Machado is. Machado has been arguably the most exciting third baseman in baseball since his debut in 2012 but he’s made it very well known that he’s a shortstop by trade. It’ll be interesting to see how the transition goes. Machado’s a good shortstop, as he’s been able to showcase his abilities when JJ Hardy spent time on the DL. But he is so good at third base that most teams wouldn’t dare try and move him away from there. He’s never had a DRS below 6 in his career (it was as high as 35 in 2013) and he’s won two gold gloves and a platinum glove at the position. But as good as Machado is in the field, one could argue he’s even better at the plate. He did have a down season in 2017, hitting a career-low .259, but he was able to keep up his power stroke by hitting 33 home runs and driving in 95 RBI, his third straight season of at least 30 home runs and 85 RBI. Machado is easily Baltimore’s best player, however he’s also their biggest question mark, but I’ll get into that a lot more when I delve into the Orioles’ season outlook at the end of the blog.


Starting pitching has been a major issue for the Orioles for a long time. It’s not from a lack of talent, it’s more a lack of overall production. Kevin Gausman and Dylan Bundy are two of the most talented pitchers in baseball but they haven’t put together the consistency needed to solidify the pitching staff. Last season, the Orioles finished 27th in the majors in team ERA at 4.97 and it’s not like this has been a one-time problem, it’s seemingly every year that the Orioles rank lowly amongst pitching staffs. For a while, they were trotting out Chris Tillman as their ace, a guy who probably wouldn’t even crack the Red Sox 25-man roster. While you could do a lot worse than Tillman, he is certainly not the guy who should be the best pitcher on your staff. Gausman and Bundy are the two guys the Orioles are going to need to really break out if they’re going to have a chance to reach the postseason in 2018. Gausman has had some success before as he had a pretty solid 2016 season where he pitched to a 3.61 ERA. However that number jumped a whole run in 2017 and he hasn’t been striking out batters the way you’d hope a guy who throws 97 MPH would. He strikes out about 8 batters per 9 innings, which isn’t bad but it’s pretty low for a guy with his repertoire. Bundy had slightly better numbers than Gausman last season, as he pitched to a 4.24 ERA with roughly the same strikeout rate but his talent is similar to that of Gausman’s. If these two guys can reach their potential, the Orioles will have a 2-headed monster that could rival the likes of Randy Johnson and Curt Schilling (a bit of a bold statement, but these guys really are extremely talented).


The bullpen has been a strength for the Orioles over the last few years but they’ve taken a significant blow in regards to their closer, Zach Britton. Britton missed most of last season and will miss the start of this season due to injury after a downright ridiculous 2016 season. How good was Britton in 2016? He allowed 3 earned runs in April. He allowed 1 the rest of the season. That equates to an ERA of 0.54 and quite frankly, if I had a Cy Young vote given the group of guys that the American League was putting out there that season, I think I would’ve voted for Britton to win despite him being a reliever. The Orioles should be in good shape without him, though. It will likely be Brad Brach who takes over the closer role in Baltimore in Britton’s absence and he does have an All Star appearance on his resume. Darren O’Day is another guy who can be really tough to hit. I would know, he’s by far my least favorite pitcher to face when I’m playing MLB the Show. His sinker and slider are deadly and couple that with the fact that he’s a submarine pitcher and you’ll be all out of sorts. Mychal Givens is also a quality arm out of the bullpen for the O’s.

The 2018 season is going to be huge for this front office. The lineup is very talented provided they hit the way they’re capable of but the pitching rotation will cost them many games. This will lead to a very difficult decision if the Orioles are hovering around the brink of a playoff berth because Manny Machado will become a free agent after this season and given his talent and the fact that he’ll be 26 when he hits the market, he’s going to command an INSANE contract that the Orioles simply won’t be able to afford. So if they find themselves sputtering and on the outside-looking-in for the playoff race when the Trade Deadline rolls around, I expect them to blow up the team and it’s going to start by trading Machado for a plethora of prospects. Reportedly the White Sox and Yankees have already contacted the Orioles about Machado and both teams do have the prospects to offer for his services. I’d consider the Yankees a long shot simply because it is widely believed within the Orioles’ organization that they don’t want to trade Machado within the division. However if the Orioles play to their abilities and are in the thick of the playoff race, they may decide to keep Machado with a chance to go on a deep playoff run. But if that’s your plan, you’d have to be World Series-or-bust because there’s very little chance that the O’s will be able to bring him back. So I can already tell you that the most intriguing team when the Trade Deadline rolls around on July 31st will be the O’s.

Projected Finish: 81-81, 3rd in the AL East

That projected record is kind of a place holder because what they do at the Deadline is going to be a huge barometer about how I project this team. If they trade Machado and other players on the roster, that record is going to drop like a ton of bricks. If not and their pitchers pitch to their capability, then we could see that first number in the 90’s. That’s going to do it for this edition of 30 Clubs in 30 Days. Join me tomorrow where I preview the Boston Red Sox, who look to win a third consecutive division title for the first time in franchise history. Let me know what you think of the Orioles’ chances and send me some birthday wishes in the comments section below or on Facebook or Twitter @jimwyman10.

Coaching Hot Seats in the NFL

First off, my apologies for no blog yesterday, I couldn’t think of anything to write about. But I’ve got a few ideas in my brain now so it shouldn’t be an issue. I’m also somehow more busier when I’m home than I am when I’m at school so sometimes life gets in the way for me.

Now that that’s out of the way, Black Monday is coming up in the NFL and Week 17 will be a huge deciding factor for a lot of organizations about the future of their head coach. Of course, there are some coaches who will never ever have to worry about their job security (Bill Belichick) but others aren’t so fortunate. Whether that’s because of the situation they’re in or a lack of success, football can be a cruel game, especially when it comes to the coaches. I don’t remember who said this, but the perfect quote is “you’re hired to get fired” about an NFL coach’s career. It’s mainly just the all-time greats who have total job security and even then that’s not always the case. So with that, let’s take a look at the coaches on the hot seat.

Hue Jackson-Cleveland Browns


2017 Record: 0-15

Record with current team: 1-30

Jesus that record. Hue Jackson’s not a bad coach but you wouldn’t know it based on what his record says. He was 8-8 in his one year as the head coach of the Raiders but was randomly fired by Al Davis, despite the fact that record was the best they had since losing Super Bowl XXXVII. He was also beloved by his players while he was runningbacks coach with the Bengals. So I think he will find a job somewhere if the Browns do fire him, most likely as a coordinator or position coach. Front office people have said that Jackson will return in 2018, but I think that was also said with the confidence that the Browns wouldn’t go 0-16. But they’re 1 game away and they face a Steelers team that one could make an argument is the best in the NFL. So I think if the Browns go 0-16, Jackson will be given his pink slip. But I actually do believe that if the Browns win that game, then he will save his job. Just a gut feeling because that is a very untalented Browns team, particularly on offense, and it’s unfair to place the totality of the blame on him.

Seat Temperature: Pretty Damn Hot

Chuck Pagano-Indianapolis Colts


2017 Record: 3-12

Record with current team: 52-43

The Colts have taken an absolute nosedive since getting blown out in the 2014-15 AFC Championship game against the Patriots (and no, I’m not going to mention what that game is most known for). Pagano was looking like one of the top coaches in the league but the lack of talent on the roster was rearing its ugly head. I think what happened was it was Bill Polian’s guys that Pagano was succeeding with and once they started getting older (Dwight Freeney, Robert Mathis, Reggie Wayne) or retiring, the Ryan Grigson guys started rearing their ugly heads. Thankfully for Colts fans, Grigson was canned and I thought they had a pretty good draft in 2017, as Malik Hooker was playing really well until his injury and Quincy Wilson has really emerged in the last couple weeks. The next step is to get a new head coach to take the next step. I can’t imagine Pagano returning, no matter what happens in Week 17.

Seat Temperature: Volcanic

Marvin Lewis-Cincinnati Bengals


2017 Record: 6-9

Record with current team: 124-112-3

I’m not sure how Marvin Lewis made it this long. If he couldn’t get fired after that AFC Wild Card debacle against the Steelers a couple years ago, then his job was eternally safe. But it appears that he won’t be returning as head coach of the Bengals. He’s been one of the best coaches the franchise has ever had but his lack of playoff success (he’s never won a playoff game) is really what looms large as well as the downward spiral the Bengals have been on the last couple years. I’m sure somebody else will hire him to become their next head coach, though. He’s had too much success in Cincinnati to be relegated to position coach. Somebody else will sign him, whether it be for 2018 or sometime after, if he decides to take a break from coaching.

Seat Temperature: Scorching

Bill O’Brien-Houston Texans


2017 Record: 4-11

Record with current team: 31-32

I hate talking about him being on the hot seat because I actually played on a football team with his nephew my freshman year of high school. But Bill O’Brien might be on the hot seat after a disastrous season in Houston. Quite frankly, I think he’s going to be fine. The Texans showed a ton of promise when Deshaun Watson started taking off. But the story of the Texans’ season has been injuries. Watson, JJ Watt, Whitney Mercilus, CJ Fiedorowicz, and Brian Cushing all either missed substantial time or were put on IR at some point. I think Bill O’Brien will be back next year just simply because everything that went wrong was kind of out of his control.

Seat Temperature: Pretty Comfortable

Mike Mularkey-Tennessee Titans


2017 Record: 8-7

Record with current team: 19-21

This might be a little surprising because the Titans are in the thick of a playoff race, however I think Mularkey might be in trouble if they don’t make the postseason simply because of how much the team has regressed based on the eye test, particularly Marcus Mariota. Mariota struggled mightily in 2017 and this was supposed to be the year where the former #2 pick took the next step. Somehow the Titans control their own destiny to make the playoffs despite all their issues but it’s not encouraging for the future. This kind of luck isn’t sustainable. I think if the Titans lose to the Jaguars on Sunday and miss the playoffs, then Mularkey will get canned. If they win and get in, though, then I think he will be fine.

Seat Temperature: Pretty Warm

Jay Gruden-Washington Redskins


2017 Record: 7-8

Record with current team: 28-34-1

The Redskins didn’t really get much better in 2017 and a lot of that can be due in part to all the turnover on offense from last season, as basically their entire receiving corps left in free agency. A lot of people think Gruden might get the axe just because the Redskins have been kind of stagnant the last couple years. This to me is probably the trickiest one to pinpoint because I feel like I’d want to keep him if I’m Dan Snyder but I’d also understand if they wanted to fire him just because they’ve been running in place the last couple years. A part of me does feel like he might be on his way out, though. Just a gut feeling. I personally think I would keep him for next year, but again, I wouldn’t be surprised if they went another direction. If he does, I do think he will eventually get another head coaching gig.

Seat Temperature: Room Temperature

John Fox-Chicago Bears


2017 record: 5-10

Record with current team: 14-33

Fox is a good coach, as evidenced by his tenures in Carolina and Denver. But it was just a bad situation with Chicago. He probably kind of figured he’d be rebuilding, but the Bears just don’t really have anything exciting going for them as offensively they’ve been really stagnant with the exception of Jordan Howard. There’s no passing game and that’s really what ends up being the deciding factor. I think the Bears and Fox will mutually part ways, I don’t think this will be an outright firing, I get a sense that Fox would want a fresh start as well. This isn’t based on anything I heard this is just another vibe I’ve got.

Seat Temperature: Mutually Hot

Dirk Koetter-Tampa Bay Buccaneers


2017 Record: 4-11

Record with current team: 13-18

It’s only been two years for Koetter, but the Bucs took a HUGE step backward in 2017. They showed about as much promise as any team headed into this season especially after watching Hard Knocks. There was just this spring in everyone’s step that had you really excited for these guys. But then their kicking game started killing games for them and I think that really put a damper on this team’s confidence. I’ve heard a lot of people saying they want Koetter gone, but I don’t think that’s fair. I would give him another year to kind of righten the ship. But they need to do something because it’s basically the same situation as with Tennessee, where Jameis Winston, who was primed for a breakout year, took a huge step backward. I wouldn’t be shocked to see him get fired for that reason but I also think there’s potential with him.

Seat Temperature: Reasonably Warm

Vance Joseph-Denver Broncos


2017 Record: 5-10

Record with current team: 5-10

Vance Joseph did not have the time of his life this year. The Broncos really struggled, especially on the offensive side of the ball and a lot of that is due to poor quarterback play. I don’t think Joseph will get fired because the defense kept the status quo for the most part this year. But to give him a chance, they NEED to draft a quarterback with their high pick. They have to land either Josh Rosen or Sam Darnold. Perhaps if the Browns are comfortable with Deshone Kizer then maybe they could pull off a blockbuster, which I think would be worth it to get the quarterback of the future.

Seat Temperature: Cold

Ron Rivera-Carolina Panthers


2017 Record: 11-4

Record with current team: 64-46

This is kind of a weird one. The Panthers are having a great year but the whole Jerry Richardson situation may put Rivera’s job security in question. Normally, Rivera would have nothing to worry about, but anytime there’s new ownership, which could include P Diddy, Steph Curry, and Colin Kaepernick, change is inevitable. I think they will retain Rivera just because of the success he’s had in Carolina, but I feel like he may be on the hot seat in the near future.

Seat Temperature: Moderately Temperate. 

And obviously the Giants will need to find a new guy, as they’ve already fired Ben McAdoo. Kind of a no-brainer there. So those are my thoughts on potential coaching changes. After Black Monday I’ll discuss the inverse of this, who I think could get hired, which will be a much more positive blog. Let me know your thoughts in the comments section below or on Facebook or Twitter @jimwyman10 and contribute to my Patreon.