From Jacksonville Jaguars to Chicago Bears; NFL Teams That Need a Clean-Up

Some franchises in the NFL are struggling way more than anyone could think. They were known for their big game performances, but later on they just became not so good contenders. Here are the six teams that should focus on a cleanup, ASAP. 

Chicago Bears 

After the firing of Ryan Pace and Matt Nagy as GM and head coach, respectively, it looks like the Bears have already cleaned up this season. However, they are yet to find their replacements.

Las Vegas Raiders 

Talking about the general managers, Mike Mayok is another person who should be changed as soon as possible. He traded Antonio Brown and on the other hand despite having great players on the list he went on with RB Josh Jacobs. 

Denver Broncos 

Denver Broncos aren't the same team they were when Peyton Mannning played at QB. They've taken their first step towards a clean-up after firing heac coach Vic Fangio.

Jacksonville Jaguars 

Trevor Lawrence was the most sought-after draft pick in decades for the team. But here Trent Balke still needs to go, because from the day he joined the Jaguars the team has been in a decline. 

Minnesota Vikings 

The Vikings also took a step towards a clean-up after firing head coach Matt Zimmer. With talented players like Kirk Cousins, Dalvin Cook and Justin Jefferson, the Vikings need a coach to compliment their talents.

Seattle Seahawks 

Russell Wilson committed his future to the Seahawks for another season, but do they really need to rely on him as much as they already do? Pete Carroll needs to slep up or the Seahawks will fall further down in the league.

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