According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, Redskins coach Jay Gruden's job won't hinge on the result of Sunday's Week 4 game against the Giants. Rapoport confirms Gruden is very much on the "hot seat," though it doesn't sound like a coaching change is imminent. He'll presumably live to see another week, regardless of how Sunday's game against the Giants shakes out. Vulnerable coaches have been known to fire assistants to preserve their own job security but that doesn't appear to be in the cards for Gruden, who plans to "ride it out" with his current staff. The way things are headed, the sixth-year head coach may not survive the season.
Some fall out from week 4 -
Jax supposedly turned down two first round draft picks for Ramsay. Per one source the team was expected to do well so the first round picks would be late both years but still.... Per reports the team is totally split. Owner wants the player to stay, GM - wants player to go, and HC is getting ticked.
Stop me if you have heard this one - Vontaze Burfect is facing suspension for the illegal hit on Jack Doyle yesterday.....yup here we go again
Losing more starting Qbs - now Mitch Trubisky is out with shoulder injury - but it is not expected to be season ending
Jacksonville remembered how to use Fournette over and over and over and over and...well you get the idea
Washington - NOW do you realize why they have NOT started Haskins. Kid has talent, but he has limited starting experience, he needs to learn. Keep an eye out for a McCoy sighting......
Oakland - Carr has a precautionary x-ray on his leg - he was limping post game.....