Mike Smith’s Falcons are the biggest disappointment in the sport — and perhaps all of sports — as they went from being one touchdown shy of reaching the Super Bowl to a miserable 2-9 record this season. On the bright side, they’re in position to have a top draft pick. On the not-so-bright side, they have the same record as the Jaguars. I’ve read “War Room,” so I know how much the Atlanta front office loves Mike Smith, but my goodness, how many coaches keep their jobs in that situation?
Gary Kubiak gets a pass because he collapsed on the field in the middle of a game, likely saving him from the chopping block as the leader of the second-most disappointing team in football. The Texans were supposed to be one of the best teams in the league last year, and they even won a playoff game. Now, they’re 2-9 and have seemingly no hope "
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