Black Monday has become one of the busiest and craziest days on the NFL calendar. Immediately following the last game of the season, teams from across the league don't miss a beat by firing head coaches and general managers. New Years Eve 2012 will go down as one of the most memorable Black Monday's in NFL history. Seven teams will have new head coaches come next season and a handful of teams will have different GM's as well.
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