I wouldn't call it more likely than not, but I think there's a not-insignificant chance that Mike Sherman gets a Head Coaching job somewhere. I think he has very much improved his profile in the league this year. There's likely to be a fair amount of openings, and every year there are more dubious hirings that Sherman. He was a finalist for the Buccaneers job last year, I think is pretty well respected in the league, and got fired from an otherwise reasonably successful Green Bay gig mostly for the job he did as a GM. His offense in Miami has not been particularly prolific, but I think he's done a good job managing issues that would have ruined a bad offensive coordinator. He(or they) have held things together at times with duct-tape and savvy. They've managed to put together a running-game by altering the play-book, managed to be a very good red zone offense despite no actual real reason for that to be the case, and have put together a pretty good year from a quarterback who is still a work in progress. Personally I don't know if I would be in love with the idea of MY team hiring Mike Sherman for a variety of reasons, probably most notably him coming off as a bit of a cloaca, but I think it's a bit of an under-reported possibility.