We are now a Herm Edwards firing away from the most tumultuous year of head-coaching changes in NFL history.
To date, 10 teams have changed head coaches this season, tied for most in NFL history for a single offseason.
The Rams have actually had three head coaches this season — Scott Linehan, Jim Haslett and now Steve Spagnuolo. The Raiders have had two — Lane Kiffin and Tom Cable — and could still have a third.
There have been big-name, Super-Bowl-winning head coaches dumped for younger models. The change has come at a dizzying pace, though maybe not quite as dizzying as in 1978, when there were 10 head-coaching changes and only 28 NFL teams.
But now, if Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli makes a change, it will make history.
Here’s a look back at the years that have had the most head-coaching changes: