1. Norv Turner, San Diego Chargers
You have to be convinced Norv Turner received some presidential pardon when the Chargers did not make their second straight playoffs in a row. This seriously has to be do or die for Norv and his Chargers team has done nothing but regress when he replaced Marty and inherited his dominant 15-1 Chargers squad. This team on paper continually has the skills to make a deep run in the playoffs but with Norv at the helm it has been disappointing season after disappointing season.
2. Andy Reid, Philadelphia Eagles
Although the Eagles likely couldn't replace Andy Reid with someone better, he's been at the helm since 1999 and despite all the success he's had the message he's trying to send may lose a little volume after all those years. In 2011 all the talk was around the “Dream Team”, yet as the regular season came to a close the Eagles found themselves on the outside looking it. The 2012 bar is set just as high with people already predicting them as the division champs in early July. Andy Reid had better come through this season and live up to expectations or he could find himself looking for a new team.
3. Jason Garrett, Dallas Cowboys
Jerry Jones seems to be behind Jason Garrett, but that doesn't mean he won't push him off the ledge if his team falters down the stretch again and finishes in third place. Garrett is no longer the "hot coordinator" (because he became head coach) and some of his late-game decisions have left his "genius" tarnished. If there is one thing we all know about Jerry Jones is he hates losing, so if Jason Garrett doesn’t give Jones a winning season he could be fired as quickly as he was hired.