The Perpetual Marvin Lewis Hot Seat Roundup

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October 10th, 2016, 11:49 pm #41

The national scribes keep putting Marvin Lewis on the imaginary hot seat. He continues to keep his job. Another year goes by. The Bungles again fail to win a playoff game. Another spate of commentary arrives heralding his warm backside. Nary a peep of factual evidence accompanies the drivel. Mike Brown remains monolithic, unbending, unyielding. The cycle repeats itself, again and again and again.

As Hook would say, pure comedy gold.

It seems so clear now. SI's Don Banks claiming that 2016 is a "slam dunk" for heat puts it all into focus. This is the thread. We've cited examples for years and they're all over the forum. Let's collect them all in one place. A virtual Hall of Shame for clueless scribes who refuse to treat Mike Brown as the unmistakable sui generis that he is. We'll keep a listing here of everyone who makes the claim, along with dates of occurrence. (To be perpetually updated with examples past and future.) Individual quotations will come in subsequent posts. No restrictions on the time frame.

The Marvin Lewis Hot Seat Hall of Shame
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Silverman, Steve . . . . . Jul 2007
Marvez, Alex . . . . . . . Mar 2009
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . May 2014
Marvez, Alex . . . . . . . Feb 2016
Ruiz, Steven . . . . . . . Feb 2016
Arthur, Kenneth. . . . . . Mar 2016
Cole, Jason. . . . . . . . Apr 2016
Boren, Cindy . . . . . . . Apr 2016
Marston, Bette . . . . . . May 2016
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . May 2016
La Canfora, Jason. . . . . Jun 2016
Fowler, Jeremy . . . . . . Jul 2016
McManamon, Pat . . . . . . Jul 2016
Harvey, Coley. . . . . . . Jul 2016
Cohen, Matthew . . . . . . Jul 2016
Salvadore, Damon . . . . . Aug 2016
Massey, Evan . . . . . . . Aug 2016
Bofah, Kofi. . . . . . . . Oct 2016
Krimmel, Ben . . . . . . . Oct 2016
Parzych, Dan . . . . . . . Oct 2016
Kaylor, Jimmie . . . . . . Oct 2016
Frank, Vincent . . . . . . Oct 2016
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Oct 2016 (thrice)
Lambert, Erik. . . . . . . Oct 2016
Phillips, Ryan . . . . . . Oct 2016
Kronemberg, Jaclynkelli. . Oct 2006
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Nov 2016 (four times)
Smiley, Brett. . . . . . . Nov 2016
Jones, Jonathan. . . . . . Nov 2016
Broome, Anthony. . . . . . Nov 2016
Lambert, Erik. . . . . . . Nov 2016
Rappaport, Ian . . . . . . Nov 2016
Burke, Chris . . . . . . . Nov 2016
Caplan, Adam . . . . . . . Nov 2016
Clark, Ryan. . . . . . . . Nov 2016
Prisco, Pete . . . . . . . Nov 2016
McMullen, John . . . . . . Dec 2016
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Dec 2016 (five times)
Broome, Anthony. . . . . . Dec 2016
Ogus, Simon. . . . . . . . Dec 2016
Cooley, Chris. . . . . . . Dec 2016
Wilner, Barry. . . . . . . Dec 2016
DaSilva, Cameron . . . . . Jan 2017
Burke, Chris . . . . . . . May 2017
Fowler, Jeremy . . . . . . Jul 2017
Hensley, Jamison . . . . . Jul 2017
Terrell, Katherine . . . . Jul 2017
Williams, Charean. . . . . Jul 2017
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Jul 2017 (Of all people!)
Hill, Josh . . . . . . . . Sep 2017
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . Sep 2017
Salem, Dan and Todd. . . . Sep 2017
Kaylor, Jimmie . . . . . . Sep 2017
Arkush, Hub. . . . . . . . Sep 2017
Roling, Chris. . . . . . . Sep 2017
Madkour, Abraham D . . . . Sep 2017
Stockburger, George. . . . Sep 2017
Dehner Jr, Paul. . . . . . Sep 2017 (for crying out loud)
Owczarski, Jim . . . . . . Sep 2017 (ditto)
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Sep 2017 (thrice)
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Oct 2017 (four times)
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Oct 2017 (Of all people, again!)
Owczarski, Jim . . . . . . Oct 2017 (for crying out loud again)
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Nov 2017 (Of all people, twice more!)
Arnold, Geoffrey . . . . . Nov 2017
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Nov 2017 (four times)
Schatz, Aaron. . . . . . . Nov 2017
Arkush, Hub. . . . . . . . Nov 2017
Clowers, Conrad. . . . . . Nov 2017
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Dec 2017 (Jesus, not that guy again. Thrice.)
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Dec 2017
Feldman, Jacob . . . . . . Dec 2017
La Canfora, Jason. . . . . Dec 2017
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . Dec 2017
Hobson, Geoff. . . . . . . Dec 2017
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And billions and billions served.

Don't forget video rants like those by Stephen A. Smith.
All Marvin Lewis teams look the same? Kitna, Palmer, Dalton- doesn't matter.
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October 11th, 2016, 12:37 am #42

The national scribes keep putting Marvin Lewis on the imaginary hot seat. He continues to keep his job. Another year goes by. The Bungles again fail to win a playoff game. Another spate of commentary arrives heralding his warm backside. Nary a peep of factual evidence accompanies the drivel. Mike Brown remains monolithic, unbending, unyielding. The cycle repeats itself, again and again and again.

As Hook would say, pure comedy gold.

It seems so clear now. SI's Don Banks claiming that 2016 is a "slam dunk" for heat puts it all into focus. This is the thread. We've cited examples for years and they're all over the forum. Let's collect them all in one place. A virtual Hall of Shame for clueless scribes who refuse to treat Mike Brown as the unmistakable sui generis that he is. We'll keep a listing here of everyone who makes the claim, along with dates of occurrence. (To be perpetually updated with examples past and future.) Individual quotations will come in subsequent posts. No restrictions on the time frame.

The Marvin Lewis Hot Seat Hall of Shame
<font size="3" face="Courier New">
Silverman, Steve . . . . . Jul 2007
Marvez, Alex . . . . . . . Mar 2009
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . May 2014
Marvez, Alex . . . . . . . Feb 2016
Ruiz, Steven . . . . . . . Feb 2016
Arthur, Kenneth. . . . . . Mar 2016
Cole, Jason. . . . . . . . Apr 2016
Boren, Cindy . . . . . . . Apr 2016
Marston, Bette . . . . . . May 2016
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . May 2016
La Canfora, Jason. . . . . Jun 2016
Fowler, Jeremy . . . . . . Jul 2016
McManamon, Pat . . . . . . Jul 2016
Harvey, Coley. . . . . . . Jul 2016
Cohen, Matthew . . . . . . Jul 2016
Salvadore, Damon . . . . . Aug 2016
Massey, Evan . . . . . . . Aug 2016
Bofah, Kofi. . . . . . . . Oct 2016
Krimmel, Ben . . . . . . . Oct 2016
Parzych, Dan . . . . . . . Oct 2016
Kaylor, Jimmie . . . . . . Oct 2016
Frank, Vincent . . . . . . Oct 2016
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Oct 2016 (thrice)
Lambert, Erik. . . . . . . Oct 2016
Phillips, Ryan . . . . . . Oct 2016
Kronemberg, Jaclynkelli. . Oct 2006
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Nov 2016 (four times)
Smiley, Brett. . . . . . . Nov 2016
Jones, Jonathan. . . . . . Nov 2016
Broome, Anthony. . . . . . Nov 2016
Lambert, Erik. . . . . . . Nov 2016
Rappaport, Ian . . . . . . Nov 2016
Burke, Chris . . . . . . . Nov 2016
Caplan, Adam . . . . . . . Nov 2016
Clark, Ryan. . . . . . . . Nov 2016
Prisco, Pete . . . . . . . Nov 2016
McMullen, John . . . . . . Dec 2016
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Dec 2016 (five times)
Broome, Anthony. . . . . . Dec 2016
Ogus, Simon. . . . . . . . Dec 2016
Cooley, Chris. . . . . . . Dec 2016
Wilner, Barry. . . . . . . Dec 2016
DaSilva, Cameron . . . . . Jan 2017
Burke, Chris . . . . . . . May 2017
Fowler, Jeremy . . . . . . Jul 2017
Hensley, Jamison . . . . . Jul 2017
Terrell, Katherine . . . . Jul 2017
Williams, Charean. . . . . Jul 2017
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Jul 2017 (Of all people!)
Hill, Josh . . . . . . . . Sep 2017
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . Sep 2017
Salem, Dan and Todd. . . . Sep 2017
Kaylor, Jimmie . . . . . . Sep 2017
Arkush, Hub. . . . . . . . Sep 2017
Roling, Chris. . . . . . . Sep 2017
Madkour, Abraham D . . . . Sep 2017
Stockburger, George. . . . Sep 2017
Dehner Jr, Paul. . . . . . Sep 2017 (for crying out loud)
Owczarski, Jim . . . . . . Sep 2017 (ditto)
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Sep 2017 (thrice)
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Oct 2017 (four times)
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Oct 2017 (Of all people, again!)
Owczarski, Jim . . . . . . Oct 2017 (for crying out loud again)
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Nov 2017 (Of all people, twice more!)
Arnold, Geoffrey . . . . . Nov 2017
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Nov 2017 (four times)
Schatz, Aaron. . . . . . . Nov 2017
Arkush, Hub. . . . . . . . Nov 2017
Clowers, Conrad. . . . . . Nov 2017
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Dec 2017 (Jesus, not that guy again. Thrice.)
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Dec 2017
Feldman, Jacob . . . . . . Dec 2017
La Canfora, Jason. . . . . Dec 2017
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . Dec 2017
Hobson, Geoff. . . . . . . Dec 2017
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And billions and billions served.

Don't forget video rants like those by Stephen A. Smith.
Yeah I'm not approved yet storm so before my post was approved you posted yours lol
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October 11th, 2016, 1:12 am #43

The national scribes keep putting Marvin Lewis on the imaginary hot seat. He continues to keep his job. Another year goes by. The Bungles again fail to win a playoff game. Another spate of commentary arrives heralding his warm backside. Nary a peep of factual evidence accompanies the drivel. Mike Brown remains monolithic, unbending, unyielding. The cycle repeats itself, again and again and again.

As Hook would say, pure comedy gold.

It seems so clear now. SI's Don Banks claiming that 2016 is a "slam dunk" for heat puts it all into focus. This is the thread. We've cited examples for years and they're all over the forum. Let's collect them all in one place. A virtual Hall of Shame for clueless scribes who refuse to treat Mike Brown as the unmistakable sui generis that he is. We'll keep a listing here of everyone who makes the claim, along with dates of occurrence. (To be perpetually updated with examples past and future.) Individual quotations will come in subsequent posts. No restrictions on the time frame.

The Marvin Lewis Hot Seat Hall of Shame
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Silverman, Steve . . . . . Jul 2007
Marvez, Alex . . . . . . . Mar 2009
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . May 2014
Marvez, Alex . . . . . . . Feb 2016
Ruiz, Steven . . . . . . . Feb 2016
Arthur, Kenneth. . . . . . Mar 2016
Cole, Jason. . . . . . . . Apr 2016
Boren, Cindy . . . . . . . Apr 2016
Marston, Bette . . . . . . May 2016
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . May 2016
La Canfora, Jason. . . . . Jun 2016
Fowler, Jeremy . . . . . . Jul 2016
McManamon, Pat . . . . . . Jul 2016
Harvey, Coley. . . . . . . Jul 2016
Cohen, Matthew . . . . . . Jul 2016
Salvadore, Damon . . . . . Aug 2016
Massey, Evan . . . . . . . Aug 2016
Bofah, Kofi. . . . . . . . Oct 2016
Krimmel, Ben . . . . . . . Oct 2016
Parzych, Dan . . . . . . . Oct 2016
Kaylor, Jimmie . . . . . . Oct 2016
Frank, Vincent . . . . . . Oct 2016
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Oct 2016 (thrice)
Lambert, Erik. . . . . . . Oct 2016
Phillips, Ryan . . . . . . Oct 2016
Kronemberg, Jaclynkelli. . Oct 2006
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Nov 2016 (four times)
Smiley, Brett. . . . . . . Nov 2016
Jones, Jonathan. . . . . . Nov 2016
Broome, Anthony. . . . . . Nov 2016
Lambert, Erik. . . . . . . Nov 2016
Rappaport, Ian . . . . . . Nov 2016
Burke, Chris . . . . . . . Nov 2016
Caplan, Adam . . . . . . . Nov 2016
Clark, Ryan. . . . . . . . Nov 2016
Prisco, Pete . . . . . . . Nov 2016
McMullen, John . . . . . . Dec 2016
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Dec 2016 (five times)
Broome, Anthony. . . . . . Dec 2016
Ogus, Simon. . . . . . . . Dec 2016
Cooley, Chris. . . . . . . Dec 2016
Wilner, Barry. . . . . . . Dec 2016
DaSilva, Cameron . . . . . Jan 2017
Burke, Chris . . . . . . . May 2017
Fowler, Jeremy . . . . . . Jul 2017
Hensley, Jamison . . . . . Jul 2017
Terrell, Katherine . . . . Jul 2017
Williams, Charean. . . . . Jul 2017
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Jul 2017 (Of all people!)
Hill, Josh . . . . . . . . Sep 2017
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . Sep 2017
Salem, Dan and Todd. . . . Sep 2017
Kaylor, Jimmie . . . . . . Sep 2017
Arkush, Hub. . . . . . . . Sep 2017
Roling, Chris. . . . . . . Sep 2017
Madkour, Abraham D . . . . Sep 2017
Stockburger, George. . . . Sep 2017
Dehner Jr, Paul. . . . . . Sep 2017 (for crying out loud)
Owczarski, Jim . . . . . . Sep 2017 (ditto)
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Sep 2017 (thrice)
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Oct 2017 (four times)
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Oct 2017 (Of all people, again!)
Owczarski, Jim . . . . . . Oct 2017 (for crying out loud again)
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Nov 2017 (Of all people, twice more!)
Arnold, Geoffrey . . . . . Nov 2017
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Nov 2017 (four times)
Schatz, Aaron. . . . . . . Nov 2017
Arkush, Hub. . . . . . . . Nov 2017
Clowers, Conrad. . . . . . Nov 2017
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Dec 2017 (Jesus, not that guy again. Thrice.)
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Dec 2017
Feldman, Jacob . . . . . . Dec 2017
La Canfora, Jason. . . . . Dec 2017
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . Dec 2017
Hobson, Geoff. . . . . . . Dec 2017
</font>
And billions and billions served.

Don't forget video rants like those by Stephen A. Smith.
I'm glad you guys are adding to this thread. There's going to be a ton of appropriate content out there from this point forward.

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Regarding Stephen A. Smith... another good rant except for one thing. Again he doesn't go after Mike Brown. Why the hell not?!

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I just found a Facebook page called... Fire Marvin Lewis Now. And a website. Lumina, is that you?

https://www.facebook.com/Fire-Marvin-Le ... 893144005/

http://www.firemarvinlewis.com/


Speaking of Lumina, here is a veritable cornucopia of Fire Marvin Lewis Now threads started by one of our favorite posters. There are more out there but you get the idea.

2016
http://www.network54.com/Forum/90650/thread/1450057455

2015
http://www.network54.com/Forum/90650/thread/1443387357

2014
http://www.network54.com/Forum/90650/thread/1413148120

2013
http://www.network54.com/Forum/90650/thread/1377394715
http://www.network54.com/Forum/90650/thread/1377400910

2012
http://www.network54.com/Forum/90650/thread/1350876991

2011
http://www.network54.com/Forum/90650/thread/1323649360

2007
http://www.network54.com/Forum/90650/thread/1193619191

Now there's nothing wrong with wanting Marvin Lewis to be gone, or thinking that he should be gone. And there's absolutely nothing wrong with going off on a rant about the guy. The problem is when you start to believe that he might possibly get fired. That, my friends, is an absolute violation of MBS protocol. We're the hard-headed realists as we should all remember. Mike Brown is not going to fire Marvin Lewis, period. How could he possibly relinquish all that accumulated continuity?
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October 11th, 2016, 1:46 am #44

The national scribes keep putting Marvin Lewis on the imaginary hot seat. He continues to keep his job. Another year goes by. The Bungles again fail to win a playoff game. Another spate of commentary arrives heralding his warm backside. Nary a peep of factual evidence accompanies the drivel. Mike Brown remains monolithic, unbending, unyielding. The cycle repeats itself, again and again and again.

As Hook would say, pure comedy gold.

It seems so clear now. SI's Don Banks claiming that 2016 is a "slam dunk" for heat puts it all into focus. This is the thread. We've cited examples for years and they're all over the forum. Let's collect them all in one place. A virtual Hall of Shame for clueless scribes who refuse to treat Mike Brown as the unmistakable sui generis that he is. We'll keep a listing here of everyone who makes the claim, along with dates of occurrence. (To be perpetually updated with examples past and future.) Individual quotations will come in subsequent posts. No restrictions on the time frame.

The Marvin Lewis Hot Seat Hall of Shame
<font size="3" face="Courier New">
Silverman, Steve . . . . . Jul 2007
Marvez, Alex . . . . . . . Mar 2009
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . May 2014
Marvez, Alex . . . . . . . Feb 2016
Ruiz, Steven . . . . . . . Feb 2016
Arthur, Kenneth. . . . . . Mar 2016
Cole, Jason. . . . . . . . Apr 2016
Boren, Cindy . . . . . . . Apr 2016
Marston, Bette . . . . . . May 2016
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . May 2016
La Canfora, Jason. . . . . Jun 2016
Fowler, Jeremy . . . . . . Jul 2016
McManamon, Pat . . . . . . Jul 2016
Harvey, Coley. . . . . . . Jul 2016
Cohen, Matthew . . . . . . Jul 2016
Salvadore, Damon . . . . . Aug 2016
Massey, Evan . . . . . . . Aug 2016
Bofah, Kofi. . . . . . . . Oct 2016
Krimmel, Ben . . . . . . . Oct 2016
Parzych, Dan . . . . . . . Oct 2016
Kaylor, Jimmie . . . . . . Oct 2016
Frank, Vincent . . . . . . Oct 2016
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Oct 2016 (thrice)
Lambert, Erik. . . . . . . Oct 2016
Phillips, Ryan . . . . . . Oct 2016
Kronemberg, Jaclynkelli. . Oct 2006
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Nov 2016 (four times)
Smiley, Brett. . . . . . . Nov 2016
Jones, Jonathan. . . . . . Nov 2016
Broome, Anthony. . . . . . Nov 2016
Lambert, Erik. . . . . . . Nov 2016
Rappaport, Ian . . . . . . Nov 2016
Burke, Chris . . . . . . . Nov 2016
Caplan, Adam . . . . . . . Nov 2016
Clark, Ryan. . . . . . . . Nov 2016
Prisco, Pete . . . . . . . Nov 2016
McMullen, John . . . . . . Dec 2016
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Dec 2016 (five times)
Broome, Anthony. . . . . . Dec 2016
Ogus, Simon. . . . . . . . Dec 2016
Cooley, Chris. . . . . . . Dec 2016
Wilner, Barry. . . . . . . Dec 2016
DaSilva, Cameron . . . . . Jan 2017
Burke, Chris . . . . . . . May 2017
Fowler, Jeremy . . . . . . Jul 2017
Hensley, Jamison . . . . . Jul 2017
Terrell, Katherine . . . . Jul 2017
Williams, Charean. . . . . Jul 2017
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Jul 2017 (Of all people!)
Hill, Josh . . . . . . . . Sep 2017
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . Sep 2017
Salem, Dan and Todd. . . . Sep 2017
Kaylor, Jimmie . . . . . . Sep 2017
Arkush, Hub. . . . . . . . Sep 2017
Roling, Chris. . . . . . . Sep 2017
Madkour, Abraham D . . . . Sep 2017
Stockburger, George. . . . Sep 2017
Dehner Jr, Paul. . . . . . Sep 2017 (for crying out loud)
Owczarski, Jim . . . . . . Sep 2017 (ditto)
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Sep 2017 (thrice)
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Oct 2017 (four times)
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Oct 2017 (Of all people, again!)
Owczarski, Jim . . . . . . Oct 2017 (for crying out loud again)
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Nov 2017 (Of all people, twice more!)
Arnold, Geoffrey . . . . . Nov 2017
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Nov 2017 (four times)
Schatz, Aaron. . . . . . . Nov 2017
Arkush, Hub. . . . . . . . Nov 2017
Clowers, Conrad. . . . . . Nov 2017
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Dec 2017 (Jesus, not that guy again. Thrice.)
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Dec 2017
Feldman, Jacob . . . . . . Dec 2017
La Canfora, Jason. . . . . Dec 2017
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . Dec 2017
Hobson, Geoff. . . . . . . Dec 2017
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And billions and billions served.

Don't forget video rants like those by Stephen A. Smith.
I called it back in Jan when I felt this would be a throwaway year (check my thread). The only way Marv would get the axe is if the bungs started to get beat regularly by Cle and Cle passed them up in the standings. That may not be that far away. Also the ticket paying fans would have to start b!tching and attendance would have to start falling off. 3 or 4 bad seasons might trigger that along with Cle beating them regularly esp at home. Those conditions might force mikey to act but I wouldn't count on that.
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October 11th, 2016, 2:18 am #45

The national scribes keep putting Marvin Lewis on the imaginary hot seat. He continues to keep his job. Another year goes by. The Bungles again fail to win a playoff game. Another spate of commentary arrives heralding his warm backside. Nary a peep of factual evidence accompanies the drivel. Mike Brown remains monolithic, unbending, unyielding. The cycle repeats itself, again and again and again.

As Hook would say, pure comedy gold.

It seems so clear now. SI's Don Banks claiming that 2016 is a "slam dunk" for heat puts it all into focus. This is the thread. We've cited examples for years and they're all over the forum. Let's collect them all in one place. A virtual Hall of Shame for clueless scribes who refuse to treat Mike Brown as the unmistakable sui generis that he is. We'll keep a listing here of everyone who makes the claim, along with dates of occurrence. (To be perpetually updated with examples past and future.) Individual quotations will come in subsequent posts. No restrictions on the time frame.

The Marvin Lewis Hot Seat Hall of Shame
<font size="3" face="Courier New">
Silverman, Steve . . . . . Jul 2007
Marvez, Alex . . . . . . . Mar 2009
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . May 2014
Marvez, Alex . . . . . . . Feb 2016
Ruiz, Steven . . . . . . . Feb 2016
Arthur, Kenneth. . . . . . Mar 2016
Cole, Jason. . . . . . . . Apr 2016
Boren, Cindy . . . . . . . Apr 2016
Marston, Bette . . . . . . May 2016
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . May 2016
La Canfora, Jason. . . . . Jun 2016
Fowler, Jeremy . . . . . . Jul 2016
McManamon, Pat . . . . . . Jul 2016
Harvey, Coley. . . . . . . Jul 2016
Cohen, Matthew . . . . . . Jul 2016
Salvadore, Damon . . . . . Aug 2016
Massey, Evan . . . . . . . Aug 2016
Bofah, Kofi. . . . . . . . Oct 2016
Krimmel, Ben . . . . . . . Oct 2016
Parzych, Dan . . . . . . . Oct 2016
Kaylor, Jimmie . . . . . . Oct 2016
Frank, Vincent . . . . . . Oct 2016
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Oct 2016 (thrice)
Lambert, Erik. . . . . . . Oct 2016
Phillips, Ryan . . . . . . Oct 2016
Kronemberg, Jaclynkelli. . Oct 2006
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Nov 2016 (four times)
Smiley, Brett. . . . . . . Nov 2016
Jones, Jonathan. . . . . . Nov 2016
Broome, Anthony. . . . . . Nov 2016
Lambert, Erik. . . . . . . Nov 2016
Rappaport, Ian . . . . . . Nov 2016
Burke, Chris . . . . . . . Nov 2016
Caplan, Adam . . . . . . . Nov 2016
Clark, Ryan. . . . . . . . Nov 2016
Prisco, Pete . . . . . . . Nov 2016
McMullen, John . . . . . . Dec 2016
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Dec 2016 (five times)
Broome, Anthony. . . . . . Dec 2016
Ogus, Simon. . . . . . . . Dec 2016
Cooley, Chris. . . . . . . Dec 2016
Wilner, Barry. . . . . . . Dec 2016
DaSilva, Cameron . . . . . Jan 2017
Burke, Chris . . . . . . . May 2017
Fowler, Jeremy . . . . . . Jul 2017
Hensley, Jamison . . . . . Jul 2017
Terrell, Katherine . . . . Jul 2017
Williams, Charean. . . . . Jul 2017
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Jul 2017 (Of all people!)
Hill, Josh . . . . . . . . Sep 2017
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . Sep 2017
Salem, Dan and Todd. . . . Sep 2017
Kaylor, Jimmie . . . . . . Sep 2017
Arkush, Hub. . . . . . . . Sep 2017
Roling, Chris. . . . . . . Sep 2017
Madkour, Abraham D . . . . Sep 2017
Stockburger, George. . . . Sep 2017
Dehner Jr, Paul. . . . . . Sep 2017 (for crying out loud)
Owczarski, Jim . . . . . . Sep 2017 (ditto)
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Sep 2017 (thrice)
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Oct 2017 (four times)
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Oct 2017 (Of all people, again!)
Owczarski, Jim . . . . . . Oct 2017 (for crying out loud again)
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Nov 2017 (Of all people, twice more!)
Arnold, Geoffrey . . . . . Nov 2017
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Nov 2017 (four times)
Schatz, Aaron. . . . . . . Nov 2017
Arkush, Hub. . . . . . . . Nov 2017
Clowers, Conrad. . . . . . Nov 2017
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Dec 2017 (Jesus, not that guy again. Thrice.)
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Dec 2017
Feldman, Jacob . . . . . . Dec 2017
La Canfora, Jason. . . . . Dec 2017
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . Dec 2017
Hobson, Geoff. . . . . . . Dec 2017
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Lol great find Psycho
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October 16th, 2016, 10:32 pm #46

The national scribes keep putting Marvin Lewis on the imaginary hot seat. He continues to keep his job. Another year goes by. The Bungles again fail to win a playoff game. Another spate of commentary arrives heralding his warm backside. Nary a peep of factual evidence accompanies the drivel. Mike Brown remains monolithic, unbending, unyielding. The cycle repeats itself, again and again and again.

As Hook would say, pure comedy gold.

It seems so clear now. SI's Don Banks claiming that 2016 is a "slam dunk" for heat puts it all into focus. This is the thread. We've cited examples for years and they're all over the forum. Let's collect them all in one place. A virtual Hall of Shame for clueless scribes who refuse to treat Mike Brown as the unmistakable sui generis that he is. We'll keep a listing here of everyone who makes the claim, along with dates of occurrence. (To be perpetually updated with examples past and future.) Individual quotations will come in subsequent posts. No restrictions on the time frame.

The Marvin Lewis Hot Seat Hall of Shame
<font size="3" face="Courier New">
Silverman, Steve . . . . . Jul 2007
Marvez, Alex . . . . . . . Mar 2009
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . May 2014
Marvez, Alex . . . . . . . Feb 2016
Ruiz, Steven . . . . . . . Feb 2016
Arthur, Kenneth. . . . . . Mar 2016
Cole, Jason. . . . . . . . Apr 2016
Boren, Cindy . . . . . . . Apr 2016
Marston, Bette . . . . . . May 2016
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . May 2016
La Canfora, Jason. . . . . Jun 2016
Fowler, Jeremy . . . . . . Jul 2016
McManamon, Pat . . . . . . Jul 2016
Harvey, Coley. . . . . . . Jul 2016
Cohen, Matthew . . . . . . Jul 2016
Salvadore, Damon . . . . . Aug 2016
Massey, Evan . . . . . . . Aug 2016
Bofah, Kofi. . . . . . . . Oct 2016
Krimmel, Ben . . . . . . . Oct 2016
Parzych, Dan . . . . . . . Oct 2016
Kaylor, Jimmie . . . . . . Oct 2016
Frank, Vincent . . . . . . Oct 2016
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Oct 2016 (thrice)
Lambert, Erik. . . . . . . Oct 2016
Phillips, Ryan . . . . . . Oct 2016
Kronemberg, Jaclynkelli. . Oct 2006
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Nov 2016 (four times)
Smiley, Brett. . . . . . . Nov 2016
Jones, Jonathan. . . . . . Nov 2016
Broome, Anthony. . . . . . Nov 2016
Lambert, Erik. . . . . . . Nov 2016
Rappaport, Ian . . . . . . Nov 2016
Burke, Chris . . . . . . . Nov 2016
Caplan, Adam . . . . . . . Nov 2016
Clark, Ryan. . . . . . . . Nov 2016
Prisco, Pete . . . . . . . Nov 2016
McMullen, John . . . . . . Dec 2016
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Dec 2016 (five times)
Broome, Anthony. . . . . . Dec 2016
Ogus, Simon. . . . . . . . Dec 2016
Cooley, Chris. . . . . . . Dec 2016
Wilner, Barry. . . . . . . Dec 2016
DaSilva, Cameron . . . . . Jan 2017
Burke, Chris . . . . . . . May 2017
Fowler, Jeremy . . . . . . Jul 2017
Hensley, Jamison . . . . . Jul 2017
Terrell, Katherine . . . . Jul 2017
Williams, Charean. . . . . Jul 2017
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Jul 2017 (Of all people!)
Hill, Josh . . . . . . . . Sep 2017
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . Sep 2017
Salem, Dan and Todd. . . . Sep 2017
Kaylor, Jimmie . . . . . . Sep 2017
Arkush, Hub. . . . . . . . Sep 2017
Roling, Chris. . . . . . . Sep 2017
Madkour, Abraham D . . . . Sep 2017
Stockburger, George. . . . Sep 2017
Dehner Jr, Paul. . . . . . Sep 2017 (for crying out loud)
Owczarski, Jim . . . . . . Sep 2017 (ditto)
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Sep 2017 (thrice)
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Oct 2017 (four times)
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Oct 2017 (Of all people, again!)
Owczarski, Jim . . . . . . Oct 2017 (for crying out loud again)
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Nov 2017 (Of all people, twice more!)
Arnold, Geoffrey . . . . . Nov 2017
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Nov 2017 (four times)
Schatz, Aaron. . . . . . . Nov 2017
Arkush, Hub. . . . . . . . Nov 2017
Clowers, Conrad. . . . . . Nov 2017
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Dec 2017 (Jesus, not that guy again. Thrice.)
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Dec 2017
Feldman, Jacob . . . . . . Dec 2017
La Canfora, Jason. . . . . Dec 2017
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . Dec 2017
Hobson, Geoff. . . . . . . Dec 2017
</font>
And billions and billions served.

Don't forget video rants like those by Stephen A. Smith.
This is going to get real tedious in a hurry, so I won't necessarily comment on each entry. But, really. Back on the hot seat, for good?!
Marvin Lewis, back on the hot seat for good?
Vincent Frank - Sportsnaut - October 14, 2016

The Cincinanti Bengals enter Sunday’s game against the New England Patriots at 2-3 on the season and coming off a blowout loss in Dallas.

It’s not necessarily a normal position for Marvin Lewis and Co. to be in during the regular season. Here’s a team that started the 2015 campaign with eight consecutive wins. That came on the heels of the team boasting a 3-1 record heading into mid-October of the 2014 season.

The regular season hasn’t been an issue for Lewis under this current group. Cincinnati has won 10-plus games in each of the past four years. Not since 2011 has Cincinnati had to sweat out the late part of the regular slate hoping for a playoff appearance.

That has changed dramatically this season. With a loss to the Patriots on Sunday, the Bengals would fall to 2-4 for the first time since all the way back in 2010, Carson Palmer’s final season in burnt orange.

This has made Lewis’ job rather safe from September through December over the course of the majority of his now 14-year career in Cincinnati.

Does that change now? Will Lewis find himself joining other coaches on the hot seat with a loss on Sunday? Is he already on the hot seat?

There’s a lot of factors to look at here. But we must note just how loyal the Bengals’ brass has been to Lewis. Too loyal for some objective observers.

Would it really be willing to completely scrap the Lewis regime midstream? This is to say, move on from him in the middle of the season. History suggests this is unlikely.

Though, recency bias itself tells us this could be a possibility. In no uncertain terms, the Bengals have made it clear that the 2016 season is Super Bowl or bust for Lewis and Co.

A recent one-year extension doesn’t change it. Instead, that was simply to make sure Lewis wasn’t a lame duck coaching out the final year of his contract.

It was for show. It was to save face publicly. Maybe to show some confidence in Lewis. Confidence most level-headed individuals believe the Bengals don’t have.

See. It’s not about a potential 2-4 start to the season. It’s, instead, about the team’s struggles in the postseason carrying over to the regular year. That’s regression. That’s something a contending team can’t afford. And in reality, it speaks more to Lewis potentially overstaying his welcome in Cincinnati than anything else.

2016: 2-3
2015: 5-0
2014: 3-1-1
2013: 3-2
2012: 3-2
2011: 3-2 pic.twitter.com/nEpOzA1RU2

The question that needs to be asked here is whether Cincinnati’s brass thinks Lewis can’t just lead the team to the playoffs. Much like each of the past five seasons, it’s all about winning in the playoffs.

Once that question turns to whether the Bengals can even make the playoffs, the larger question about Lewis’ job status becomes more prevalent.

As unfair as it might be, the backdrop of this discussion will surely include Cincinnati’s lack of postseason success under Lewis.

Here’s a head coach that’s led his team to an 0-7 playoff record with it being outscored by an average of 12.3 points per game.

Is a 9-7 record and a first-round playoff exit a reasonable result for Cincinnati’s brass? A loss on Sunday, and that would likely be the best this year’s version of the Bengals can do, at least when it comes to the team’s regular season record.

That’s only magnified with games remaining against six winning teams, including Sunday’s affair with New England.

So. No, Lewis likely isn’t on the hot seat now. A loss to the Patriots on Sunday, bringing the team to a 2-4 mark, would likely change this.


http://sportsnaut.com/2016/10/marvin-le ... -for-good/
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October 16th, 2016, 10:39 pm #47

The national scribes keep putting Marvin Lewis on the imaginary hot seat. He continues to keep his job. Another year goes by. The Bungles again fail to win a playoff game. Another spate of commentary arrives heralding his warm backside. Nary a peep of factual evidence accompanies the drivel. Mike Brown remains monolithic, unbending, unyielding. The cycle repeats itself, again and again and again.

As Hook would say, pure comedy gold.

It seems so clear now. SI's Don Banks claiming that 2016 is a "slam dunk" for heat puts it all into focus. This is the thread. We've cited examples for years and they're all over the forum. Let's collect them all in one place. A virtual Hall of Shame for clueless scribes who refuse to treat Mike Brown as the unmistakable sui generis that he is. We'll keep a listing here of everyone who makes the claim, along with dates of occurrence. (To be perpetually updated with examples past and future.) Individual quotations will come in subsequent posts. No restrictions on the time frame.

The Marvin Lewis Hot Seat Hall of Shame
<font size="3" face="Courier New">
Silverman, Steve . . . . . Jul 2007
Marvez, Alex . . . . . . . Mar 2009
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . May 2014
Marvez, Alex . . . . . . . Feb 2016
Ruiz, Steven . . . . . . . Feb 2016
Arthur, Kenneth. . . . . . Mar 2016
Cole, Jason. . . . . . . . Apr 2016
Boren, Cindy . . . . . . . Apr 2016
Marston, Bette . . . . . . May 2016
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . May 2016
La Canfora, Jason. . . . . Jun 2016
Fowler, Jeremy . . . . . . Jul 2016
McManamon, Pat . . . . . . Jul 2016
Harvey, Coley. . . . . . . Jul 2016
Cohen, Matthew . . . . . . Jul 2016
Salvadore, Damon . . . . . Aug 2016
Massey, Evan . . . . . . . Aug 2016
Bofah, Kofi. . . . . . . . Oct 2016
Krimmel, Ben . . . . . . . Oct 2016
Parzych, Dan . . . . . . . Oct 2016
Kaylor, Jimmie . . . . . . Oct 2016
Frank, Vincent . . . . . . Oct 2016
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Oct 2016 (thrice)
Lambert, Erik. . . . . . . Oct 2016
Phillips, Ryan . . . . . . Oct 2016
Kronemberg, Jaclynkelli. . Oct 2006
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Nov 2016 (four times)
Smiley, Brett. . . . . . . Nov 2016
Jones, Jonathan. . . . . . Nov 2016
Broome, Anthony. . . . . . Nov 2016
Lambert, Erik. . . . . . . Nov 2016
Rappaport, Ian . . . . . . Nov 2016
Burke, Chris . . . . . . . Nov 2016
Caplan, Adam . . . . . . . Nov 2016
Clark, Ryan. . . . . . . . Nov 2016
Prisco, Pete . . . . . . . Nov 2016
McMullen, John . . . . . . Dec 2016
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Dec 2016 (five times)
Broome, Anthony. . . . . . Dec 2016
Ogus, Simon. . . . . . . . Dec 2016
Cooley, Chris. . . . . . . Dec 2016
Wilner, Barry. . . . . . . Dec 2016
DaSilva, Cameron . . . . . Jan 2017
Burke, Chris . . . . . . . May 2017
Fowler, Jeremy . . . . . . Jul 2017
Hensley, Jamison . . . . . Jul 2017
Terrell, Katherine . . . . Jul 2017
Williams, Charean. . . . . Jul 2017
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Jul 2017 (Of all people!)
Hill, Josh . . . . . . . . Sep 2017
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . Sep 2017
Salem, Dan and Todd. . . . Sep 2017
Kaylor, Jimmie . . . . . . Sep 2017
Arkush, Hub. . . . . . . . Sep 2017
Roling, Chris. . . . . . . Sep 2017
Madkour, Abraham D . . . . Sep 2017
Stockburger, George. . . . Sep 2017
Dehner Jr, Paul. . . . . . Sep 2017 (for crying out loud)
Owczarski, Jim . . . . . . Sep 2017 (ditto)
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Sep 2017 (thrice)
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Oct 2017 (four times)
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Oct 2017 (Of all people, again!)
Owczarski, Jim . . . . . . Oct 2017 (for crying out loud again)
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Nov 2017 (Of all people, twice more!)
Arnold, Geoffrey . . . . . Nov 2017
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Nov 2017 (four times)
Schatz, Aaron. . . . . . . Nov 2017
Arkush, Hub. . . . . . . . Nov 2017
Clowers, Conrad. . . . . . Nov 2017
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Dec 2017 (Jesus, not that guy again. Thrice.)
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Dec 2017
Feldman, Jacob . . . . . . Dec 2017
La Canfora, Jason. . . . . Dec 2017
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . Dec 2017
Hobson, Geoff. . . . . . . Dec 2017
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And billions and billions served.

Don't forget video rants like those by Stephen A. Smith.
Get a load of this one.
New coaches appear on weekly NFL hot seat rankings
Nate Davis - USA TODAY Sports - 8:06 p.m. EDT October 11, 2016

Some chairs may be cooling for certain coaches who seemed to be on shaky ground recently. Of course that means things aren't going as planned in other NFL cities. Here's the latest installment of our weekly hot seat rankings: ...

3. Marvin Lewis, Cincinnati Bengals: Only Bill Belichick has been on the job longer than Lewis, now in his 14th season with Cincy. But his 0-7 playoff record, including one-and-done showings in the past five postseasons, has led to four consecutive one-year contract extensions for Lewis, who is currently signed through the 2017 season. But the last time the Bengals (2-3) were below .500 after five games was 2010, the year before QB Andy Dalton and WR A.J. Green arrived. If Lewis fails to get this underachieving club — Cincinnati trailed the Dallas Cowboys 28-0 at one point Sunday — into the playoffs, owner Mike Brown's loyalty and patience with this regime might finally dissipate. Last week: unranked <i>

http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nf ... /91913264/
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Mike Brown's patience is limitless, unbound, unchanging, and monolithic. It will never dissipate, and he will never fire Marvin Lewis.
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October 17th, 2016, 2:40 am #48

The national scribes keep putting Marvin Lewis on the imaginary hot seat. He continues to keep his job. Another year goes by. The Bungles again fail to win a playoff game. Another spate of commentary arrives heralding his warm backside. Nary a peep of factual evidence accompanies the drivel. Mike Brown remains monolithic, unbending, unyielding. The cycle repeats itself, again and again and again.

As Hook would say, pure comedy gold.

It seems so clear now. SI's Don Banks claiming that 2016 is a "slam dunk" for heat puts it all into focus. This is the thread. We've cited examples for years and they're all over the forum. Let's collect them all in one place. A virtual Hall of Shame for clueless scribes who refuse to treat Mike Brown as the unmistakable sui generis that he is. We'll keep a listing here of everyone who makes the claim, along with dates of occurrence. (To be perpetually updated with examples past and future.) Individual quotations will come in subsequent posts. No restrictions on the time frame.

The Marvin Lewis Hot Seat Hall of Shame
<font size="3" face="Courier New">
Silverman, Steve . . . . . Jul 2007
Marvez, Alex . . . . . . . Mar 2009
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . May 2014
Marvez, Alex . . . . . . . Feb 2016
Ruiz, Steven . . . . . . . Feb 2016
Arthur, Kenneth. . . . . . Mar 2016
Cole, Jason. . . . . . . . Apr 2016
Boren, Cindy . . . . . . . Apr 2016
Marston, Bette . . . . . . May 2016
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . May 2016
La Canfora, Jason. . . . . Jun 2016
Fowler, Jeremy . . . . . . Jul 2016
McManamon, Pat . . . . . . Jul 2016
Harvey, Coley. . . . . . . Jul 2016
Cohen, Matthew . . . . . . Jul 2016
Salvadore, Damon . . . . . Aug 2016
Massey, Evan . . . . . . . Aug 2016
Bofah, Kofi. . . . . . . . Oct 2016
Krimmel, Ben . . . . . . . Oct 2016
Parzych, Dan . . . . . . . Oct 2016
Kaylor, Jimmie . . . . . . Oct 2016
Frank, Vincent . . . . . . Oct 2016
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Oct 2016 (thrice)
Lambert, Erik. . . . . . . Oct 2016
Phillips, Ryan . . . . . . Oct 2016
Kronemberg, Jaclynkelli. . Oct 2006
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Nov 2016 (four times)
Smiley, Brett. . . . . . . Nov 2016
Jones, Jonathan. . . . . . Nov 2016
Broome, Anthony. . . . . . Nov 2016
Lambert, Erik. . . . . . . Nov 2016
Rappaport, Ian . . . . . . Nov 2016
Burke, Chris . . . . . . . Nov 2016
Caplan, Adam . . . . . . . Nov 2016
Clark, Ryan. . . . . . . . Nov 2016
Prisco, Pete . . . . . . . Nov 2016
McMullen, John . . . . . . Dec 2016
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Dec 2016 (five times)
Broome, Anthony. . . . . . Dec 2016
Ogus, Simon. . . . . . . . Dec 2016
Cooley, Chris. . . . . . . Dec 2016
Wilner, Barry. . . . . . . Dec 2016
DaSilva, Cameron . . . . . Jan 2017
Burke, Chris . . . . . . . May 2017
Fowler, Jeremy . . . . . . Jul 2017
Hensley, Jamison . . . . . Jul 2017
Terrell, Katherine . . . . Jul 2017
Williams, Charean. . . . . Jul 2017
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Jul 2017 (Of all people!)
Hill, Josh . . . . . . . . Sep 2017
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . Sep 2017
Salem, Dan and Todd. . . . Sep 2017
Kaylor, Jimmie . . . . . . Sep 2017
Arkush, Hub. . . . . . . . Sep 2017
Roling, Chris. . . . . . . Sep 2017
Madkour, Abraham D . . . . Sep 2017
Stockburger, George. . . . Sep 2017
Dehner Jr, Paul. . . . . . Sep 2017 (for crying out loud)
Owczarski, Jim . . . . . . Sep 2017 (ditto)
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Sep 2017 (thrice)
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Oct 2017 (four times)
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Oct 2017 (Of all people, again!)
Owczarski, Jim . . . . . . Oct 2017 (for crying out loud again)
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Nov 2017 (Of all people, twice more!)
Arnold, Geoffrey . . . . . Nov 2017
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Nov 2017 (four times)
Schatz, Aaron. . . . . . . Nov 2017
Arkush, Hub. . . . . . . . Nov 2017
Clowers, Conrad. . . . . . Nov 2017
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Dec 2017 (Jesus, not that guy again. Thrice.)
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Dec 2017
Feldman, Jacob . . . . . . Dec 2017
La Canfora, Jason. . . . . Dec 2017
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . Dec 2017
Hobson, Geoff. . . . . . . Dec 2017
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And billions and billions served.

Don't forget video rants like those by Stephen A. Smith.
Another October entry. This one from a couple of weeks ago.
5 NFL Coaches on the Hot Seat
Kofi Bofah - Sports Cheat Sheet - October 02, 2016

The internet is the primary driver for the 24/7/365 news cycle in sports. Like clockwork, many take up the “win now” and “what have you done for me lately” mantras amid this media feeding frenzy. NFL coaches lose bargaining power in this environment, with owners writing checks, general managers making hires, and franchise players signing $100 million contracts. If anything, the head coach is the fall guy and scapegoat for any season gone wrong.

For 2016–17, five NFL coaches will be on the proverbial hot seat at varying degrees. A select few teams will give their head coaches the benefit of the doubt. Those coaches know that anything thing less than a deep postseason run is a major disappointment. The two most embattled head NFL coaches, however, may not survive past the bye week.

5. Marvin Lewis

A sign of the times: Fans and experts regularly mention “Cincinnati” and “win now” in the same sentence. For years, the Bengals were notable for perennial losing, draft busts, extensive rap sheets, and ugly uniforms. In 2003, Cincinnati hired Marvin Lewis as their head coach, after a year when the team went a lowly 2-14. Before Cincinnati, Lewis commandeered the historically dominant 2000 Baltimore defense.

By 2005, Lewis pushed the Bengals atop the AFC North and into the playoffs, with Rudi Johnson, Chad Johnson, and Carson Palmer all in their prime. In the wild-card round, Pittsburgh defensive end Kimo von Oelhoffen went low against Palmer and blew out the quarterback’s ACL. Palmer did not return to form until 2013, when he signed with Arizona. The Bengals, without their presumed franchise quarterback, reloaded through the draft. They picked up Jeremy Hill, Giovani Bernard, A.J. Green, Vontaze Burfict, Carlos Dunlap, and Andy Dalton in recent years. With this core group, the Cincinnati Bengals have made the playoffs for five straight years.

Last year, Pittsburgh offensive tackle Marcus Gilbert demanded a rematch against Cincinnati in the playoffs, “where they choke.” Gilbert got his wish. Pittsburgh lined up for the game-winning field goal, after the Bengals fumbled late and were flagged for unnecessary roughness. Both teams racked up nearly $100,000 in fines, with NFL coaches and players taking cheap shots on the field. Still, in taking the loss, it was Lewis who appeared to lose total control of the team.

Lewis is 0-7 in the playoffs, despite going 113-96-2 through 14 regular seasons in the NFL. (Lewis is the second longest-tenured coach in the NFL after Belichick). Like Tony Dungy in Tampa Bay before him, respectability may not be enough to help Lewis in Cincinnati. It was Jon Gruden who won Super Bowl XXXVII his first year in Tampa, largely with Dungy’s players. Lewis must win one playoff game to keep his job.


http://www.cheatsheet.com/sports/nfl-co ... ?a=viewall
No, Marvin Lewis does not need to win a playoff game to keep his job. Mike Brown will never fire Marvin Lewis.
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October 17th, 2016, 2:52 am #49

The national scribes keep putting Marvin Lewis on the imaginary hot seat. He continues to keep his job. Another year goes by. The Bungles again fail to win a playoff game. Another spate of commentary arrives heralding his warm backside. Nary a peep of factual evidence accompanies the drivel. Mike Brown remains monolithic, unbending, unyielding. The cycle repeats itself, again and again and again.

As Hook would say, pure comedy gold.

It seems so clear now. SI's Don Banks claiming that 2016 is a "slam dunk" for heat puts it all into focus. This is the thread. We've cited examples for years and they're all over the forum. Let's collect them all in one place. A virtual Hall of Shame for clueless scribes who refuse to treat Mike Brown as the unmistakable sui generis that he is. We'll keep a listing here of everyone who makes the claim, along with dates of occurrence. (To be perpetually updated with examples past and future.) Individual quotations will come in subsequent posts. No restrictions on the time frame.

The Marvin Lewis Hot Seat Hall of Shame
<font size="3" face="Courier New">
Silverman, Steve . . . . . Jul 2007
Marvez, Alex . . . . . . . Mar 2009
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . May 2014
Marvez, Alex . . . . . . . Feb 2016
Ruiz, Steven . . . . . . . Feb 2016
Arthur, Kenneth. . . . . . Mar 2016
Cole, Jason. . . . . . . . Apr 2016
Boren, Cindy . . . . . . . Apr 2016
Marston, Bette . . . . . . May 2016
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . May 2016
La Canfora, Jason. . . . . Jun 2016
Fowler, Jeremy . . . . . . Jul 2016
McManamon, Pat . . . . . . Jul 2016
Harvey, Coley. . . . . . . Jul 2016
Cohen, Matthew . . . . . . Jul 2016
Salvadore, Damon . . . . . Aug 2016
Massey, Evan . . . . . . . Aug 2016
Bofah, Kofi. . . . . . . . Oct 2016
Krimmel, Ben . . . . . . . Oct 2016
Parzych, Dan . . . . . . . Oct 2016
Kaylor, Jimmie . . . . . . Oct 2016
Frank, Vincent . . . . . . Oct 2016
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Oct 2016 (thrice)
Lambert, Erik. . . . . . . Oct 2016
Phillips, Ryan . . . . . . Oct 2016
Kronemberg, Jaclynkelli. . Oct 2006
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Nov 2016 (four times)
Smiley, Brett. . . . . . . Nov 2016
Jones, Jonathan. . . . . . Nov 2016
Broome, Anthony. . . . . . Nov 2016
Lambert, Erik. . . . . . . Nov 2016
Rappaport, Ian . . . . . . Nov 2016
Burke, Chris . . . . . . . Nov 2016
Caplan, Adam . . . . . . . Nov 2016
Clark, Ryan. . . . . . . . Nov 2016
Prisco, Pete . . . . . . . Nov 2016
McMullen, John . . . . . . Dec 2016
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Dec 2016 (five times)
Broome, Anthony. . . . . . Dec 2016
Ogus, Simon. . . . . . . . Dec 2016
Cooley, Chris. . . . . . . Dec 2016
Wilner, Barry. . . . . . . Dec 2016
DaSilva, Cameron . . . . . Jan 2017
Burke, Chris . . . . . . . May 2017
Fowler, Jeremy . . . . . . Jul 2017
Hensley, Jamison . . . . . Jul 2017
Terrell, Katherine . . . . Jul 2017
Williams, Charean. . . . . Jul 2017
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Jul 2017 (Of all people!)
Hill, Josh . . . . . . . . Sep 2017
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . Sep 2017
Salem, Dan and Todd. . . . Sep 2017
Kaylor, Jimmie . . . . . . Sep 2017
Arkush, Hub. . . . . . . . Sep 2017
Roling, Chris. . . . . . . Sep 2017
Madkour, Abraham D . . . . Sep 2017
Stockburger, George. . . . Sep 2017
Dehner Jr, Paul. . . . . . Sep 2017 (for crying out loud)
Owczarski, Jim . . . . . . Sep 2017 (ditto)
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Sep 2017 (thrice)
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Oct 2017 (four times)
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Oct 2017 (Of all people, again!)
Owczarski, Jim . . . . . . Oct 2017 (for crying out loud again)
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Nov 2017 (Of all people, twice more!)
Arnold, Geoffrey . . . . . Nov 2017
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Nov 2017 (four times)
Schatz, Aaron. . . . . . . Nov 2017
Arkush, Hub. . . . . . . . Nov 2017
Clowers, Conrad. . . . . . Nov 2017
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Dec 2017 (Jesus, not that guy again. Thrice.)
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Dec 2017
Feldman, Jacob . . . . . . Dec 2017
La Canfora, Jason. . . . . Dec 2017
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . Dec 2017
Hobson, Geoff. . . . . . . Dec 2017
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And billions and billions served.

Don't forget video rants like those by Stephen A. Smith.
And another from earlier this month.
Top 10 NFL Coaches on the Hot Seat
Compiled by Ben Krimmel - Real Clear Sports - 10.05.16 12:00 AM CDT6

9. Marvin Lewis

Record: 114-96-2 (.540 in 14 seasons)

Marvin Lewis is the second-longest tenured head coach in the NFL behind Bill Belichick, who will not be appearing on this list despite the 16-0 loss to Buffalo. With losses to rival Pittsburgh and at home to Denver in consecutive weeks, Lewis sees himself on the hot seat list even with the Bengals' Thursday night shellacking of the Dolphins. But the regular season hasn't been the issue for Lewis or the Bengals, who have made the playoffs in each of the last five seasons.

Like McCarthy, Lewis’s seat has been heating up since his team’s playoffs exit last season and a playoff berth this year may not be enough for Lewis to keep his job. A single playoff win is Lewis’s white whale—he’s 0-7 in his career. If he fails to win one this year, it has to be over for him in Cincinnati.


http://www.realclearsports.com/lists/to ... lewis.html
No, it will not be over for Marvin Lewis if he fails to win a playoff game, this year or any year. Mike Brown will never fire Marvin Lewis.
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October 21st, 2016, 3:13 am #50

The national scribes keep putting Marvin Lewis on the imaginary hot seat. He continues to keep his job. Another year goes by. The Bungles again fail to win a playoff game. Another spate of commentary arrives heralding his warm backside. Nary a peep of factual evidence accompanies the drivel. Mike Brown remains monolithic, unbending, unyielding. The cycle repeats itself, again and again and again.

As Hook would say, pure comedy gold.

It seems so clear now. SI's Don Banks claiming that 2016 is a "slam dunk" for heat puts it all into focus. This is the thread. We've cited examples for years and they're all over the forum. Let's collect them all in one place. A virtual Hall of Shame for clueless scribes who refuse to treat Mike Brown as the unmistakable sui generis that he is. We'll keep a listing here of everyone who makes the claim, along with dates of occurrence. (To be perpetually updated with examples past and future.) Individual quotations will come in subsequent posts. No restrictions on the time frame.

The Marvin Lewis Hot Seat Hall of Shame
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Silverman, Steve . . . . . Jul 2007
Marvez, Alex . . . . . . . Mar 2009
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . May 2014
Marvez, Alex . . . . . . . Feb 2016
Ruiz, Steven . . . . . . . Feb 2016
Arthur, Kenneth. . . . . . Mar 2016
Cole, Jason. . . . . . . . Apr 2016
Boren, Cindy . . . . . . . Apr 2016
Marston, Bette . . . . . . May 2016
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . May 2016
La Canfora, Jason. . . . . Jun 2016
Fowler, Jeremy . . . . . . Jul 2016
McManamon, Pat . . . . . . Jul 2016
Harvey, Coley. . . . . . . Jul 2016
Cohen, Matthew . . . . . . Jul 2016
Salvadore, Damon . . . . . Aug 2016
Massey, Evan . . . . . . . Aug 2016
Bofah, Kofi. . . . . . . . Oct 2016
Krimmel, Ben . . . . . . . Oct 2016
Parzych, Dan . . . . . . . Oct 2016
Kaylor, Jimmie . . . . . . Oct 2016
Frank, Vincent . . . . . . Oct 2016
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Oct 2016 (thrice)
Lambert, Erik. . . . . . . Oct 2016
Phillips, Ryan . . . . . . Oct 2016
Kronemberg, Jaclynkelli. . Oct 2006
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Nov 2016 (four times)
Smiley, Brett. . . . . . . Nov 2016
Jones, Jonathan. . . . . . Nov 2016
Broome, Anthony. . . . . . Nov 2016
Lambert, Erik. . . . . . . Nov 2016
Rappaport, Ian . . . . . . Nov 2016
Burke, Chris . . . . . . . Nov 2016
Caplan, Adam . . . . . . . Nov 2016
Clark, Ryan. . . . . . . . Nov 2016
Prisco, Pete . . . . . . . Nov 2016
McMullen, John . . . . . . Dec 2016
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Dec 2016 (five times)
Broome, Anthony. . . . . . Dec 2016
Ogus, Simon. . . . . . . . Dec 2016
Cooley, Chris. . . . . . . Dec 2016
Wilner, Barry. . . . . . . Dec 2016
DaSilva, Cameron . . . . . Jan 2017
Burke, Chris . . . . . . . May 2017
Fowler, Jeremy . . . . . . Jul 2017
Hensley, Jamison . . . . . Jul 2017
Terrell, Katherine . . . . Jul 2017
Williams, Charean. . . . . Jul 2017
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Jul 2017 (Of all people!)
Hill, Josh . . . . . . . . Sep 2017
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . Sep 2017
Salem, Dan and Todd. . . . Sep 2017
Kaylor, Jimmie . . . . . . Sep 2017
Arkush, Hub. . . . . . . . Sep 2017
Roling, Chris. . . . . . . Sep 2017
Madkour, Abraham D . . . . Sep 2017
Stockburger, George. . . . Sep 2017
Dehner Jr, Paul. . . . . . Sep 2017 (for crying out loud)
Owczarski, Jim . . . . . . Sep 2017 (ditto)
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Sep 2017 (thrice)
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Oct 2017 (four times)
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Oct 2017 (Of all people, again!)
Owczarski, Jim . . . . . . Oct 2017 (for crying out loud again)
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Nov 2017 (Of all people, twice more!)
Arnold, Geoffrey . . . . . Nov 2017
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Nov 2017 (four times)
Schatz, Aaron. . . . . . . Nov 2017
Arkush, Hub. . . . . . . . Nov 2017
Clowers, Conrad. . . . . . Nov 2017
Daugherty, Paul. . . . . . Dec 2017 (Jesus, not that guy again. Thrice.)
Davis, Nate. . . . . . . . Dec 2017
Feldman, Jacob . . . . . . Dec 2017
La Canfora, Jason. . . . . Dec 2017
Banks, Don . . . . . . . . Dec 2017
Hobson, Geoff. . . . . . . Dec 2017
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And billions and billions served.

Don't forget video rants like those by Stephen A. Smith.
This complete denial of reality will never cease to amaze me. This insistence that Mike Brown is a normal sort of owner with a normal desire to win championships.
NFL hot seat rankings: Is one of league's longest-tenured coaches nearing end?
Nate Davis - USA TODAY Sports - 1:24 a.m. EDT October 19, 2016

Week 6 turned out to be kind to some of the NFL's seemingly embattled head coaches. But hot seats in this league are nothing if not microwavable, so these guys better keep pushing the right buttons. Here's the latest installment of our weekly hot seat rankings:

1. Marvin Lewis, Cincinnati Bengals: "I miss the hell out of him," he said this week of former offensive coordinator Hue Jackson. Given how much the Bengals also seem to miss Jackson, it's worth wondering if Lewis might reunite with his old buddy — as an assistant on the Cleveland Browns staff — if his perennially undisciplined team doesn't quickly turn around a season that currently appears like it might be the team's first outside the playoffs since 2010. And, really, doesn't loyal-to-a-fault Cincy owner Mike Brown have to ask himself some difficult questions after watching the league's longest-tenured coach, Bill Belichick (22 playoff wins and four championships since 2000), beat up on the second-most tenured in Lewis (0 postseason wins since 2003)? Last week: 3


http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nf ... /92344416/
No, nope. Loyal-to-a-fault owner Mike Brown decidedly does not have to ask himself some difficult questions and certainly will not do so. Mike Brown will never fire Marvin Lewis. Never. One of the league's longest tenured coaches is not anywhere near the end.
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