The Buccaneers have had a disastrous start to their season with three straight losses, several injuries on both sides of the ball and the benching of veteran quarterback Josh Freeman for third-round rookie Mike Glennon. For their major struggles, Schiano has taken lots of heat from fans and the media for his handling of the quarterback position. The security of his job moving forward has also been questioned.
Tampa Bay is at the bottom of the NFC South and faces an uphill battle to make the playoffs with their current record. Schiano's record as the Bucs' head coach is 7-12 with a winning percentage just south of 37-percent. He was hired by Tampa Bay last year after a very successful tenure at Rutgers.
The Buccaneers host the Cardinals on Sunday at 1 p.m. on FOX.