Last week I took a good, long look at the top GM candidates for this year's cycle. This week ... you gue sed it ... it'll be head coaches, offensive coordinators and defensive coordinators. I enlisted a similar set of coaches, executives, agents and league sources in an anonymous polling over this past week-plus to cultivate the best list I could.There could always be surprises, but it doesn't feel like there's going to be a ton of head-coaching turnover this season. The and will obviously have new head coaches. The will be in the market for one, and the may. And despite what their respective fan bases may be calling for, I'm told the and will be standing pat this offseason. All that said, here's the list in alphabetical order.Eric Bieniemy, OC: He's been pa sed over two straight offseasons (and you could argue three) for HC jobs. Bieniemy is a key part of what the Chiefs have going. Todd Bowles, DC: Bowles has been at the controls of the league's best rush defense since 2019 after four years as the head coach. Jim Caldwell:The former and head coach should have been on every team's list last year and should remain on those lists this cycle.Brian Daboll, Bills OC:He helped turn Josh Allen into a MVP runner-up and quarter-billion dollar man. Many around the league were stunned he didn't get the Chargers job last season. Matt Eberflus, Colts DC: Eberflus leads the most opportunistic defense in the that just shut down Bill Belichick's Pats. Leslie Frazier, DC: The former Vikings head coach was a finalist for the ' gig last year. Jerry Gray, DBs coach/pa sing game coordinator: Gray could wind up being a top DC name if a head coach job doesn't happen. He showed what he could do when he took over for Joe Barry in the Packers' win against Arizona. Nathaniel Hackett, Packers OC: loves him, and Hackett helped to the AFC title game. Vance Joseph, DC: The former head coach has the Cardinals as a top 10 defense in scoring and yards this season. Byron Leftwich, Buccaneers OC: Leftwich should get multiple interviews this cycle and is ready to lead. Mike McDaniel, OC: McDaniel is a Shanahan disciple who's collaborated with Kyle to find creative ways to get playmakers the ball. Josh McDaniels, OC: How things went down in Indianapolis can give a lot of team owners justifiable pause. He won't just jump at any offer, though, considering how good he has it in New England. , OC: Don't let the current slump confuse you. Moore will get a good look from teams this cycle. Raheem Morris, DC: Morris pulled the unusual duty of coaching both sides of the ball in Atlanta before the team made a turnaround with him as interim head coach in 2020. Kevin O'Connell, Rams OC: The former NFL QB has been at Sean McVay's side the last two years. Doug Pederson: This -winning coach took the year off and should be a candidate for Jacksonville's opening. Dan Quinn, Cowboys DC: He's whipped that struggling defense into form in just one year. Joe Brady: The former Panthers OC was let go after le s than two years at the position, but he's already gotten calls and could very well reclaim an OC spot in a few weeks. Ronald Curry, QB coach: In one season he's coached , and to a 7-7 record so far. Ken Dorsey, Bills QB coach/pa sing game coordinator: Dorsey has been the point-person for and during their respective top seasons. , University of Michigan OC: Named the top a sistant coach in the nation this year, Gattis has put together an impre sive resume in just a decade in coaching. Luke Getsy, Packers QB coach/pa sing game coordinator: He's been with Green Bay since 2019 and would be in line to a sume the OC gig there if Hackett leaves. Pep Hamilton, Texans QB coach/pa sing game coordinator: Hamilton has been able to guide Andrew Luck and . Hard to believe he's not an OC right now. , Chiefs QB coach/pa sing game coordinator: The triumvirate of Andy Reid, Bieniemy and Kafka has the Chiefs' offense humming again. , Rams a sistant QB coach: His only coaching experience is three years with McVay in L.A., but he could get some looks. Bobby Slowik, 49ers offensive pa sing game specialist: He comes from a family of coaches and has had his hands on a lot in that organization. Frank Smith, OL coach/run game coordinator: Before joining the Chargers he was the position coach for in Vegas.Duce Staley, Lions a sistant HC/RB coach: The former great joined Dan Campbell's staff this year and has been ready for an OC job.Teryl Austin, senior defensive a sistant/secondary coach: The longtime defensive a sistant was one of the names most repeated to me for this exercise. James Bettcher, 49ers senior defensive a sistant/run game specialist: He's carved out a role in San Francisco after being DC with the Cardinals and Giants. Al Holcomb, Panthers defensive run game coordinator: The former Cardinals DC has a Panthers defense allowing just 4.1 yards per carry this season. , University of Wisconsin defensive coordinator: The former safety has been a star coordinator at Wisconsin and turned down an opportunity with the Packers last season. , Patriots ILB coach: Mayo could easily be on the head coach list after interviewing for the Eagles gig last season. Aubrey Pleasant, Lions DBs coach/pa sing game coordinator: He's navigated well a trying season with a young and injured secondary. Kris Richard, Saints DBs coach: Richard made his name in Seattle before going to Dallas. He now oversees a stingy Saints defensive backfield. Jay Rodgers, Chargers OLB coach /run game coordinator: A former college a sistant who's shown promise on the defensive side of the ball. Eric Washington, Bills DL coach: Washington was Carolina's DC before joining Sean McDermott in Buffalo, and he operates one of the deepest DLs in all of football. Joe Whitt Jr., Cowboys secondary coach/defensive pa sing game coordinator: He's been paired with Dan Quinn the last few years and has coached up . Because the notebook this week is full of lists, why not add one more? As you and your family gather round the tree and yule log, make sure you're playing these tunes as they are the top-five greatest Christmas songs of all time. "This Christmas" --Donny Hathaway "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen" --Barenaked Ladies (feat. Sarah McLachlan)