BREAKING: NFL Just FIRED 4 TOP Coaches And Wait Until You See Why!

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The NATIONAL THUG LEAGUE (NFL) has had a tough year due to their protest garbage and have lost millions of dollars in revenue.

The BOYCOTT is working. Do NOT let up patriots- I swear to you that I have not watched one single game this year and most of last year and will not let up until the league gets it’s act together.

NASCAR and college football are 2 sports that I have replaced the NFL with and I seriously don’t miss watching my Patriots although I guess I am pissed that I didn’t get to see Gronkowski play but I will boycott the NFL until they make these racist cop hating anti Americans stand with their right hand over their hearts during our National Anthem.

And simply standing with their arms locked together ain’t gonna cut it.

Anyways, several NFL coaches got fired for, well- for being crappy coaches.

Caleb Parke at Fox News reports that the Oakland Raiders’ Jack Del Rio and the Indianapolis Colts’ Chuck Pagano were canned on Sunday, in what proved to be a prelude to pink slips.

The Detroit Lions were the first to make a move Monday morning, firing Coach Jim Caldwell, after his four-year run in Ford Field. Caldwell led the Lions to three winning records in his four seasons, but ultimately fell short. Under his tenure, the Lions went 36-28 during the regular season but 0-2 in the playoffs.

The Chicago Bears fired John Fox, who had a three-year stint in Soldier Field, with a losing record of 14-34. Fox’s .292 winning percentage is the second-worst in Bears’ franchise history.

Arizona Cardinals Coach Bruce Arians ended speculation about whether he would return for next season when he announced his retirement Monday afternoon.

The Indianapolis Colts fired Pagano after six seasons, which comes as no surprise after his third consecutive year failing to make the playoffs. Pagano finished this season 4-12, with an overall record of 53-43 as coach.

Del Rio was axed from the Oakland Raiders after a disappointing 6-10 record this season. Del Rio ends his three-year tenure with a 25-23 winning record.

Earlier this season, on Dec. 4, the New York Giants fired Head Coach Ben McAdoo. Although the Giants finished the season with a victory against the Washington Redskins, they ended the season at 3-13.

Ironically, Cleveland Browns Coach Hue Jackson, who finished the season with zero wins, only the second team in history to finish 0-16. Owner Jimmy Haslam gave Jackson a vote of confidence, despite his overall record of 1-31, adding that he will return as head coach.

“I don’t think Hue has lost (his) magic,” Haslam said.

Go figure!




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