32. Dom Capers
In eight seasons as an NFL head coach, Capers achieved a single winning season. This doesn’t inspire any confidence in his coaching record but numbers can be deceiving. However, a more intense look at his record shows that he simply wasn’t any good at all in the hot seat. He was far better as a defensive coordinator, but that didn’t help the Houston Texans who were garbage under him.
His four years in Houston saw them finish fourth in the AFC South three out of four times. They managed to achieve third place in 2003 but that’s not exactly much of a highlight. Sure, Capers took over an expansion franchise, but he wasn’t able to bring them forward to the next level. He will always have that win over the Dallas Cowboys but otherwise, it was miserable all-around in Oilers’ town. They won’t welcome him back.