The Browns are going on their third head coach in four years -- as many as the Steelers have had the past 45 years.
The Redskins are going on their eighth head coach in 14 years.
Someone needs to shake some sense into these NFL owners. In this league, quarterbacks aren't the only key to success. Stability also is.
Franchises that have had it have been rewarded for it. Franchises that haven't, have paid for it -- along with the contracts of their fired coaches.
In a real-time world, in which society craves instant gratification, owners need to understand that firings should not be done as quickly as tweeting.
Many of these owners needed years to build their business empires. Don't the men they hire to lead their football teams deserve the same?
Game of the Week: New Orleans at Seattle -- After Seattle blew out New Orleans in a Monday night game on Dec. 2, Saints coach Sean Payton predicted to his team that it would be in position this postseason to exact revenge. Here's New Orleans' chance.
Player of the Week: Patriots QB Tom Brady -- The 100-year war between New England and Indianapolis continues, but this time the veteran gets to show the youngster how it's done.