While their job is to win games, true. However, it is the restless fan base and media that has no patience to build a team that can win. We chase one coach after another out of town after 1 or two seasons. Remember Wannstedt was fired after a 10-6 season. Except for the 2008 season, we've not matched that once
Son, you need to do some research and check the facts (Bates/Bowles don't count because they were interims who didn't get a second chance.)
- Wanny went 10-6 in 2003 after going 9-7 in 2002. In both years, he had no playoff appearances with teams built to contend for a Super Bowl. He then proceeded to drive the team's best player to quit on him, then went 1-8 in 2004 before he was fired.
- Saban was not chased out of town. He left on his own volition because his abrasive style of coaching doesn't fly in the pros. He also lied like a rug while in the process of taking another job with a college team before the 2006 season was even finished.
- Cameron was a complete buffoon who touted a kick returner's family as the reason for taking him in the first round. That was one of several decisions that revealed him as a bad talent evaluator, a bad game day strategist, and a bad leader of men. He lost the respect of the locker room in the process of taking a sub .500 team and turning it into the laughing stock of the league.
- Sparano proved to be nowhere near the coach Parcells once was. He had an extremely limited offensive mind and wasted some great talent as a result. He ruined Chad Henne, who I think would've been an efficient QB in this league if properly coached.
Overall, I think all those reasons were valid for chasing those coaches out of town.