I've had enough. You've had enough. We are 14 Sundays deep in the 2014 NFL season, and some things just have to change.
Here are nine hot-button situations around the league that we consider "must move on" spots:
1) Jim Harbaugh, head coach, San Francisco 49ers
It's over. It's all over. Even though it's pretty clear where this is headed, seeing how Harbaugh just doesn't seem to be on the same page with owner Jed York and GM Trent Baalke, I always hoped, for the sake of the great 49ers fans, that they would find a way to salvage the relationship, because Harbaugh is a fantastic coach who rescued the franchise from the Dennis Erickson/Mike Nolan/Mike Singletary abyss.
Oh, it's over alright. And it's going down in flames.
While Harbaugh appears to have a frosty relationship with his bosses, he was quite chatty with Raiders owner Mark Davis before the game, further fueling speculation he could coach in Oakland next year.
Once mighty, the 49ers are now inexplicably 7-6, and it would take a miracle for them to make the playoffs. They are, for all intents and purposes, cooked.
It will be tough for San Francisco to find a better coach than Harbaugh, who took the Niners to three straight NFC title games (and a Super Bowl) in his first three years on the job. But the play of this team, the underachievement and the constant drama -- in conjunction with Harbaugh's cantankerous personality -- has made this a divorce that needs to happen. It has sucked the life out of this organization.
2) Joe Philbin, head coach, Miami Dolphins
On Sunday, the Dolphins hosted a Ravens team playing without perennial Pro Bowler Haloti Ngata, who was serving Game 1 of a four-game suspension. The game was in Miami, and the 'Fins even jumped out to a 10-0 lead through one quarter of play. But they were outscored 28-3 the rest of the way, suffering a crushing defeat. Just like last December, Miami was presented with an opportunity to win a huge game loaded with playoff implications. And just like last December, Miami looked lost.
Joe Philbin is not a good coach. I still can't believe he survived last year's bullying scandal and late-season collapse.
Miami owner Stephen Ross once tried to hire fellow Michigan man Jim Harbaugh. He needs to make that phone call again.
3) Buffalo Bills quarterbacks
Doug Marrone has done a fabulous job keeping Buffalo afloat this season and dealing with major adversity. But compiling a 7-6 record with mighty Green Bay coming to town this week is a recipe for yet another playoff-free season in Buffalo. The Bills need new blood at the game's most important position to snap the longest playoff drought in the NFL. It truly feels like that painful "Music City Miracle" loss came a lifetime ago.
4) Jim Haslett, defensive coordinator, Washington Redskins
With Washington's quarterback conundrum understandably owning the D.C. news cycle, the Redskins' defensive struggles have flown under the radar.
That is, until Sunday morning, when my CBS Sports Network colleague on "That Other Pregame Show," London Fletcher, rightly went scorched-earth on defensive coordinator Jim Haslett.
Aaaah, good times in D.C. Chaos is the norm. This team needs a new defensive coordinator -- and some fresh talent in the QB room -- in the worst way.
5) Rob Ryan, defensive coordinator, New Orleans Saints
How do you lose 41-10 to the seemingly defunct Panthers -- at home?!?!?! Yes, for those of you keeping track, that's four straight losses in the Superdome for New Orleans. Unreal. Obviously, the offense isn't without blame here, but the Saints' defense has been jarringly bad all season long. Giving up 497 yards of offense to Carolina, Ryan's unit ranked 31st in total defense at the close of business on Sunday.
While Saints head coach Sean Paytondenied reports of friction between him and his defensive coordinator, this clearly isn't working. And if you're familiar with Rob Ryan's track record, this can't be a surprise.
6) Rex Ryan, head coach, New York Jets
Hello, I'm Captain Obvious! Nearly two years ago, I wrote that Rex should've been fired alongside then-general manager Mike Tannenbaum. Last December, I explained again why Rex wasn't the right guy to get this franchise back on track. And the proof is in the pudding: Rex remains a terrible in-game coach, and he's currently piloting a 2-11 team.
So why go down this road again, re-examining Rex's shortcomings as a head man? Well, there are mystifying rumors that the Falcons would be interested in hiring Rex Ryan. I've expressed my belief that a head-coaching change is in order for Atlanta, but this would be a downgrade. It'd make more sense for the Falcons to hire baseball legend Nolan Ryan or famed sports writer Bob Ryan than Rex Ryan.
7) Ruston Webster, general manager, Tennessee Titans
That tells you all you need to know about the Titans' talent base. Coming into the year, I thought Tennessee had the single worst roster in the NFL. Their current 2-11 record supports that.
Team president Tommy Smith has continually said Webster is safe, which begs one simple question: Why?
8) Phil Emery, general manager, Chicago Bears
The Bears look dead. (And actually, they were officially eliminated from the playoffs on Sunday.) The fan base is angry.
If there's one person responsible for Cutler, Trestman and the embarrassing defense, it's general manager Phil Emery.
9) Brian Hoyer, quarterback, Cleveland Browns
Hoyer played horrible football, completing just 14 of his 31 passes for 140 yards and zero touchdowns while throwing a pair of interceptions.