4 NFL Coaches Who Won't Survive the 2012 Season

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4 NFL Coaches Who Won't Survive the 2012 Season
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During the 2011 NFL regular season, we saw three head coaches fired midway through the season: Tony Sparano, Todd Haley and Jack Del Rio were all unable to survive the 2011 season. 

Sparano failed with the Miami Dolphins, as he was fired after Week 14 following a 4-9 record. Haley was unable to overcome all the adversity due to injuries that the Kansas City Chiefs had suffered, as he was also let go after Week 14 after posting a 5-8 record. And lastly, Del Rio was the first to be let go as he was fired following Week 12 after a 3-8 record with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

With that being said, it's almost a guarantee that we'll see head coaches fired midway through the season in 2012—as it seems to almost always happen each and every year.

In that spirit, let's take a look at four NFL head coaches that I believe won't survive the 2012 season. 

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