Usually, a winning season is all a Head Coach needs to keep his job, at least for one more year. Ask Lovie Smith how that goes in Chicago. 10-6 and out the door.
Andy Reid at Philadelphia is already interviewing. Horrible season with the Eagles, which was so unexpected that it cost him his job. Philadelphia was his only Head Coaching position. His Offense didn't work with existing personnel. He will find employment and make lots of money.
Norv Turner at San Diego. Fortunate to have lasted the entire season. Black Monday came as no surprise. Twenty-seven years coaching in the NFL, fifteen as a Head Coach. I imagine he will find employment, but maybe not for the 2013 season. What Norv needs for his next job is a great Defensive Coordinator. He should find one.
Ken Whisenhunt at Arizona. Great start to the season but fizzled out and he caught a lot of the blame. There are jobs out there that he should be invited to interview, although he may not find a good fit this year. He has many years of NFL experience that should not go to waste.
Pat Shurmer at Cleveland. Short tenure with the Browns and they will be looking for someone to turn the team into a winner for a change. Shurmer may end up as somebody else's O Assistant again. Cleveland was his first job as an NFL Head Coach. Perhaps he wasn't quite ready.
Romeo Crennel at Kansas City. Having the distinction of earning the number one pick in the draft is not a good line item for a resume, nor is being sacked after a single season. I don't know where he might go. He was never a college head coach.
Chan Gailey at Buffalo. Another short tenure and out the door. Maybe he can find a job as an Assistant again, or back to the NCAA. He has bounced between Head and Assistant, between NFL and NCAA. Has been given more than his share of chances to prove he can cut it.