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[DISCUSSION] NFL Head Coaching Jobs?

A lot...I mean there are a lot of vacant head coaching jobs in the NFL right now and we are not quite done with the 2015/16 NFL season just yet.
Let's take a look at all the teams in the hunt for a new head coach.

New York Giants

Interviews completed: None.
Interviews scheduled: Giants offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo (TBD), Giants defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo (TBD)
Others linked to the job: None

Philadelphia Eagles

Interviews completed: Eagles running backs coach Duce Staley (Jan. 2), Eagles interim coach Pat Shurmur (Jan. 4), Bears offensive coordinator Adam Gase (Jan. 5)
Interviews scheduled: None
Others linked to the job: Lions defensive coordinator Teryl Austin, Giants offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo, Chiefs offensive coordinator Doug Pederson

Tennessee Titans

Interviews completed: None
Interviews scheduled: Titans interim coach Mike Mularkey (TBD)
Others linked to the job: None

San Francisco 49ers

Interviews completed: None
Interviews scheduled: None
Others linked to the job: Former NFL coach Mike Holmgren, Chip Kelly, New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton, former NFL coach Mike Shanahan, Bengals offensive coordinator Hue Jackson

Miami Dolphins

Interviews completed: Mike Shanahan (Dec. 29 and Jan. 4), former Falcons coach Mike Smith (Jan. 4), Teryl Austin (Jan. 5)
Interviews scheduled: Dolphins interim coach Dan Campbell (TBD), Adam Gase (TBD per NFL.com), Hue Jackson (TBD)
Others linked to the job: None

Cleveland Browns

Interviews completed: None
Interviews scheduled: Teryl Austin (Jan. 6), Adam Gase (Jan. 6 per NFL.com), Jaguars assistant head coach/offensive line Doug Marrone (per NFL.com), Patriots defensive coordinator Matt Patricia (TBD per ESPN), Panthers defensive coordinator Sean McDermott (Jan. 7), Bengals defensive coordinator Paul Guenther (sometime next week)
Others linked to the job: Hue Jackson
With these opening spots and names in mind, can you guys make any guesses for the most likely candidate for the six teams above?
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@KyleBerke Some people really love Chip Kelly and I could def see him in San Fran. And I agree with you on the Dan Campbell for sure.
lol yep maybe i should upgrade my career
@RodneyYoung Hahahaha maybe you should. You still working as a football guy?
@KyleBerke Yeah I would really like to see him with the Giants. I feel like he would make a great fit with the team.
wow a top year for openings in college and the nfl maybe i shoukd put in an application
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