Your team, expected to contend for a conference title in 2016, didn’t even win its division.
You hired a hot-shot defensive coordinator who was expected to shore up that side of the ball for you; instead, it finished finished 95th in total defense. But he’s got a big contract and it’s only one season, so it’s not like there’s much you can do about him right now. (Especially since you’ve already lost your offensive coordinator to Indiana.)
Your secondary was ravaged by injuries, which caused you to deploy 11 different starting combinations during the regular season. Bad luck.
So, given all that, what’s the next step? Why, put Willie Martinez on the hot seat, of course. At least it’s something he’s used to.