31. Atlanta Falcons (31)
Surprisingly, Dan Quinn still has a job with the Atlanta Falcons entering Week 10, but whether this will last around this time next week is a different story when seeing how much of a disaster this year has been.
Back in Week 2 when the Falcons pulled off a thrilling win over the Philadelphia Eagles, Atlanta seemed like they were ready to make a case over being a top team to beat in the NFC.
Instead, the Falcons will enter Week 10 as losers of six in a row, and could see that streak easily increase to seven with a tough road battle scheduled against the New Orleans Saints.
Talent wise, most head coaches would do anything to have the kind of weapons that Quinn is fortunate enough to work with, especially on the offensive side of the football.
Even with Matt Ryan missing last game due to an ankle injury, with talent such as Julio Jones and Calvin Ridley to work with, there’s no excuse for Atlanta to look the way they have over the last two months.
Unless some sort of miracle takes place over the next few weeks, it seems like only a matter of time before Quinn is out as head coach since the Falcons are showing no signs of getting better anytime soon, as much as they don’t want to hear it.