NFL owners lose patience when the losses pile up
One obvious way to measure an owner's impact on a team is how well the team performs on the field over a long period of time. A related measure is how often coaches are replaced. This is how every NFL team compares in winning percentage since 1999, and how many coaches each team has had in that span through the end of the 2013 season. Read related article.
Daniel Snyder’s Redskins have fared better than four other teams whose owners have been in place for more than a decade (Bills, Lions, Cardinals and Texans).
Dan Rooney’s Pittsburgh Steelers are the only team not to have fired a coach in the past 15 years.
The Indianapolis Colts have a stellar record despite a fair amount of coaching turnover. Iconic coach Tony Dungy retired after the 2008 season.
Hover over a team to see how their coaches fared.
Same owners since 1999
Team changed owners
Coach was fired this season
Winning with fewer coaches
Losing with more coaches
SOURCE: Pro-Football-Reference.com, NFL, published reports.