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Since Campbell replaced the fired Joe Philbin, Miami is 2-0 and has outscored its opponents — OK, so the Titans and Texans aren't really, um, good — by a whopping 82-36. In addition to making Miami matter, Campbell's quick success could sway other teams' owners into a switch. So what coaches could be in trouble? Mike McCoy of San Diego (2-5 after what he termed a “pathetic” 37-29 loss to Oakland), Jim Caldwell of Detroit (1-6 after a 28-19 loss to Minnesota), or Chuck Pagano of Indianapolis (3-4, but 0-4 outside the AFC South).

 

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