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1. Mike Mularkey, Jacksonville Jaguars

2012 Record: 2-11

Season High Point: A rare 24-19 win over the Titans in Week 12.

Season Low Point: The 41-3 loss at home to the Bears in Week 5.

Outlook: This one’s all about the owner and the GM. If Shad Khan opts to fire GM Gene Smith (something that’s been widely speculated all season), there’s a good chance the new GM—whoever that may be—will want to install his own coaching staff. Mularkey didn’t turn Blaine Gabbert into the quarterback many hoped he’d be in Year 2 and the wins just haven’t been there. Granted, this team’s been beyond stung by injuries. They’ve been blitzed. I think Mularkey’s given at least one more year, but I wouldn’t be shocked if he’s shown the door after just 16 games.

Schrager Forecast: 25 percent chance of pink slip. - Peter Schrager (AP Photo/Bill Wippert)

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