Well the time has just about come for Black Sunday/Monday for teams in 2019 and its time to evaluate who has the best chance at getting hired for 2020.
1. Jim Harbaugh (UM HC): Things really haven't worked out for Jim Harbaugh at Michigan as they haven even been able to sniff the playoffs in his tenure, despite paying him a rediculous amount of money, hard to say if he wants back in the NFL but someone would definitely be interested as hes never had a losing record as an NFL hc, only thing is can he avoid a power struggle like he had in SF...
2. David Shaw (STAN HC): Would be a great coaching hire, but this one seems like a nonstarter every year.
3. Urban Meyer* (FMR OH ST HC): Would be interesting to see how he does, but I am very skeptical, as he couldn't handle the stress of college coaching anymore, don't see how he could in the NFL, especially if he went to Dallas.
1. Greg Roman (BAL OC): Got to believe he will get his chance after his work with Lamar Jackson, though he would after his stint in SF, but I would say its at least 80% likely he ends up with a job somewhere after the season.
2. Eric Bienemy (KC OC): Possible, but Pat Mahommes has regressed some from 2018 so who really knows, depends on how far the Chiefs go...
3. Josh Mcdaniels*(NE OC): would be a top option but after slighting the Colts, don't think anyone would want him and I don't think he wants to go anywhere as I believe its already predetermined that he will be Belichicks replacement soon. Players didn't like him in Denver and a guy who goes back after being hired like he did doesn't deserve a job as a head coach.
4.Pete Carmichael (NO OC): The Saints OC has had a lot of success, you would think someone would hire him by now...
1. Mike Mcarthy (FMR GB HC): Has a ton of experience, but does he still have it? He'l get a second chance somewhere...
2. Ron Rivera (FMR CAR HC): Highly experienced, but not so sure he gets a hc job again immediately, depends on the openings...
1. Dave Toub (KC SPEC TMS): A solid special teams coach and assistant to Andy Reid and probably a stable leader however spec teams coaches dont get too much attention as far as interviews go.
2. Mike Preifer (CLE SPEC TMS): A former Naval officer and helicopter pilot, this coach has what it takes to be a good leader for a team, not to mention over a decade of solid special teams experience, probably wont get a job but hes worth interviewing, as he recently said he wants to be a HC.