And the winner is.....
OH NO YOU DI'NT!!!!
Oh it's true. Brian Billick is GONE as the Ravens head coach. He exits after a miserable 5-11 season, and becomes the first head coach who has a Super Bowl win on his resume to be straight up fired since the Panthers axed George Seifert after the 2001 season. If you want to talk a team firing a coach who won them a Super Bowl, you have to go all the way back to 1993, when da Bears fired da Coach, Mike Ditka.
So with Billick gone, you've got to think that Dolphins' coach Cameron Cameron is next. I'm not thinking Parcells is going to want to bring him back for another go around after a 1-15 season, especially not with reports that Parcells isn't happy that Cameron spends time monitoring the Dolphins' website making sure that players give club-approved answers to reporters questions, and that guys on Cameron's own coaching staff don't like him because he's too high and mighty with the churchy stuff.
Another guy on the chopping block is Carolina's John Fox. He says he's confident he'll be back, but the owner, Jerry Richardson, has been conspicuous by his silence on the subject. SF's Mike Nolan could also be out, as it is looking like a he goes or the former #1 overall pick Alex Smith goes (it says here that Alex Smith should be the one to go and getting rid of Nolan would be a mistake). The Rams' Scott Linehan has got to be in big trouble too.
In other high profile exits, Lions offensive coordinator Mike Martz is gone, as is Bills GM Marv Levy (on his own accord), and Dolphins GM Randy Mueller.