4. Gus Bradley
This is a stretch, in my opinion, because Bradley is working with a very young roster and is slowly implementing that Seahawks mentality in Jacksonville. With that being said, a step backward in their progression could make ownership worried Bradley is not the right guy to help them ascend.
The Jaguars were 4-12 in Bradley’s first season as head coach, and even another 4-12 season could be enough for Bradley to hold onto his job (probably not the case in 2015). But the team didn’t play like a four-win team. They’re showing signs of being competitive, which bodes well for Bradley’s job security.