NFL coach might soon be fired.

NFL coach might soon be fired.

The New Orleans Saints have established themselves as one of the NFL’s worst offenses through the first four weeks of the season.

And as a result, Pete Carmichael’s position as offensive coordinator for the team is now in doubt.
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, if the Saints offense doesn’t make strides soon, Carmichael might be fired.

On Sunday, Rapoport reported that offensive coordinators for the Saints and the Steelers, Pete Carmichael and Matt Canada, had publicly received the backing of their respective head coaches.
However, based on conversations with sources familiar with the situation, their respective seats will be hot if production doesn’t increase.

New Orleans’ offense, which plays the New England Patriots on Sunday in Week 5, is ranked 25th in terms of scoring (15.55 points per game) and 23rd in terms of yards (285.33 per game).
The Saints led the 3-1 Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the NFC South after winning their first two games of the season, but have since dropped two straight.

After acquiring Derek Carr in the offseason from the Las Vegas Raiders, New Orleans went into the 2023 season with high hopes.
Alvin Kamara, the team’s star running back, missed the first three games of the season due to a suspension, and the four-time Pro Bowl selection has been hampered by a shoulder injury.

Since 2009, the offensive coordinator for the Saints has been Carmichael, 51, who has been a part of the coaching staff since 2006.
After Sean Payton, the previous head coach, left New Orleans in 2022, he assumed control of the team’s primary play-calling duties.


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