Buffalo Bills head coach Chan Gailey is aware of the hot seat he is in. His team entered the year with playoff aspirations and is currently 5-10.
This will go down as one of the most disappointing seasons for the Bills in recent memory. Gailey is 15-32 in three seasons. He’s had double-digit losses in each of his three years. The Bills have lost their past two games to the Miami Dolphins and Seattle Seahawks by a margin of 74-27.
"I think everything will be evaluated at the end of the year," Gailey said. "Things have not gone in the win column like I wanted them to or like any of us wanted them to. I know we let the fans down. They believed in us.
"I believe we are headed in the right direction but I don’t have anything to show for that."
Gailey has one game reamining next Sunday against the New York Jets (6-9). At best, Gailey can match last year's 6-10 record.
Whether a 6-10 or 5-11 mark will be enough to keep Gailey for another year will be up to the Bills after the season.