3 NFL coaches who should be on the hot seat after Week 7

Chiefs, Steve Spagnuolo

Kansas City Chiefs defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo is on the hot seat. (Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports)

With seven weeks of action in the books, these three NFL coaches should be concerned about their job security going forward.

Week 7 in the NFL brought about some surprising results. The Bengals tossed around the Ravens. The Titans blew out the Chiefs. The Giants spanked the Panthers.

NFL coaches can never rest on their laurels. They’re always one Sunday away from being on the wrong side of a lopsided score. And one step closer to a firing.

Who should be looking over their shoulder this week?

3 NFL coaches on the hot seat after Week 7

Steve Spagnuolo

The Chiefs look a shell of their former selves in 2021. Questions have to be asked on offense after Patrick Mahomes and that usually high-powered attack managed just three points against the Titans.

Even so, the defense has been the problem all season and they were undone once again this week.

Head coach Andy Reid is untouchable. Defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo is not.

Spagnuolo hasn’t had answers to slow down opponents. His personnel decisions have been questionable. Basically, nothing has gone right for him. Seven games into the season KC looks as vulnerable as they were in Week 2. The DC will continue to face the heat until he does something different.

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