1. Scott Pioli, Chiefs: The expectations for Pioli when he first took the job in 2009, especially coming from all that success in New England, were high to turn around a struggling franchise, but one of Pioli's early mistakes was to pay quarterback Matt Cassel $63 million. Kansas City made the playoffs in 2010, but the Chiefs have struggled ever since and have been particularly terrible this season. Pioli's reputation as an arrogant, stubborn and paranoid GM doesn't help. It's hard to see him surviving this season. Regular-season record with Pioli in charge: 22-32.