Nick Saban flamed out in Miami. Romeo is on life support in Cleveland. Even Charlie Weis, as a college coach, is taking hits for not having beaten a top team (and as I write this ND is losing to LSU 14-0). Eric Mangini has certainly been a big success in his first year with the Jets, but is the market bubble for Belichick associates about to burst? Certainly the assumption that any of Belichick's lieutenants are automatic winners as NFL head coaches had to have taken a hit lately. Yes, Mangini may be a Mangenious, but buying BB is as much of a crapshoot as buying any other coaching candidate. Will perception follow reality? Will the NFL GM's and owners stop salivating at the thought of stealing someone, anyone, from BB's staff? Hopefully so. What do you think?