The odds of becoming a head coach in the NFL are small. The potential of doing so as an African-American leader of men is even more minuscule. This point's been proven time and time again, as the numbers continue to back up the very correct assertion that black coaches aren't afforded the same chance to reach the pinnacle of their profession as whites, and are continually passed over in favor of...well, hunches.

The most recent victim is Eric Bieniemy, who has yet to receive a legitimate head coaching opportunity despite leading Patrick Mahomes and the explosive Chiefs' offense.