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Browns and Texans Climbing in NFL Power Rankings Week 11, with a Check on Head Coach Status

It’s Week 11 in the NFL, and it’s time to start thinking about who among the current head coaches has a future that will extend into the 2024 season.
The Las Vegas Raiders have already made a coaching change, replacing Josh McDaniels with Antonio Pierce, at least on an interim basis. The Power Rankings are weighing in this week with a status check on Pierce and the other 31 head coaches to determine who’s “solid,” who’s “safe” and who’s “shaky.”Remember, that it takes a lot for a coach to reach “solid” status in the NFL, and don’t be surprised by the very famous name low on the list who is on shaky ground.
(Last week: 2)
Sunday: Bye
Coach status: Safe
Since going 9-8 in 2021, Nick Sirianni is 22-4 as the Eagles’ coach. He took Philadelphia to the Super Bowl last season and is beloved in the city for his fiery personality on top of it. It’s hard to imagine a better marriage of city and coach than what the Eagles have at the moment, just like it’s hard to imagine Sirianni not being in Philadelphia for a long time.
Up next: at Kansas City Chiefs, Monday, 8:15 p.m. ET
Nick Sirianni is FIRED up after tonight’s win against the Dolphins 🔥🔥🔥
— NBC Sports Philadelphia (@NBCSPhilly) October 23, 2023
(Last week: 3)
Sunday: Bye
Coach status: Solid
Andy Reid is 254-140 in 25 seasons as a head coach, which puts him fourth on the all-time wins list. He’s had eight straight double-digit wins seasons, and he is the only coach in NFL history to lead two franchises to 10 or more playoff wins. By his standards, this year’s Chiefs are struggling on offense (13th in scoring, 23.11 points per game), and not a single person is worried that Reid and company won’t figure it out.
Up next: vs. Philadelphia Eagles, Monday, 8:15 p.m. ET
GO DEEPER
Why Chiefs coach Andy Reid runs the NFL’s hardest training camp
(Last week: 4)
Sunday: Beat Los Angeles Chargers 41-38
Coach status: Safe
All the kneecap-biting jokes were on us. Plenty of people wrote off Dan Campbell after his bombastic introductory news conference, but he’s 15-4 in his last 19 games. The Lions went for it on fourth down five times Sunday against the Chargers and converted four times, including an early fourth-and-5 with a run play and then on fourth-and-2 with 1:47 left in a tie game when in field goal range. Converting that last one allowed Detroit to run the clock down and kick the game-winner as time expired. “He’s got big …” (confidence, let’s say confidence), quarterback Jared Goff said after the game.
Up next: vs. Chicago Bears, Sunday, 1 p.m. ET

… and so on.

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