The Chiefs head coach addressed those topics in Friday's press conference (quotes via the Chiefs).
Are you coaching for your job?
"Well, when you get into coaching you're coaching for your career and every game, you're out front and you get evaluated and that hasn't changed since I've been in this game, and I've been in this game a long time. So you worry about the next game, that's what you have to do."
What about all the distractions, like the banners flying over the stadium?
"Well the only thing I can control is what I can control and that's trying to get the team ready to play on Sunday, day-to-day, and trying to get them ready for the game. And I think all coaches are like that. We can't worry about who's flying banners or what other people think, you can't please all the people all the time. What you have to do is you have to try to do your job the best you can do it and hopefully on Sunday you can come out with a victory."
Are you worried about your job?
"Like I told you, when you sign up to be a coach, you know your job is on the line every Sunday. The only thing you can control is what you do to prepare to play on Sunday. We'll see what happens after that."