Let's see... Schottenheimer is out and Spurrier is in at Washington, Dungy is out and Parcells is probably in at Tampa, Mora is out and Dungy has the inside track in Indy, Green is out and Tice is in at Minnesota, and Carolina and San Diego are looking for new coaches. Schottenheimer getting canned is no surprise. I think he regretted taking the job working for Snyder and did everything he could after the season to get fired. He walked away with another $7 million for the remaining two years of his contract. Not bad. Spurrier will struggle in Washington. The Skins are a power running and defensive team -- not exactly Spurrier's type of team. Also, Snyder will have his hand back in things. He should learn from his rival in Dallas -- owners who know nothing about football should keep their nose out of running the team. While Dungy is a decent coach, his failure to build a respectable offense lost his job. With Parcells to tweak things, the Bucs will be a force to reckon with. I am glad the Bucs are no longer in the same division with the Lions. Dungy in Indianapolis would be interesting. He would inherit some great offensive talent. Hopefully he can hire an offensive coordinator to run a less conservative offense than the ones he used in Tampa. He should certainly be able to improve the Colts defense. I am surprised the Vikings acted so quickly to hire Tice. He only has a few years experience as an assistant coach -- all in Minnesota. Since Tice would have still been available in a few weeks, I think they should have looked around more for someone with more experience.