Tice, Haslett facing 'win or else' mandates

Job security is hardly a staple in the NFL's head coaching ranks, with at least 11 jobs under close scrutiny entering the 2005 season.

Forget that only three new head coaches will be entering the NFL regular-season fray in a few short weeks. Despite this year's relatively low turnover, it would be a big mistake to suggest an air of tranquility has settled over the always volatile head-coaching scene.

According to PFW's latest calculations, more than one-third of the league's coaches -- 11, to be specific -- are treading on shaky ground, to varying degrees, with the 2005 campaign fast approaching.