TAMPA, Fla. (CBSMiami.com) – All three NFL franchises in the Sunshine State are in need of head coaches after the Tampa Bay Buccaneers fired coach Raheem Morris Monday morning.

The Buccaneers squad finished off a miserable season by essentially quitting through the final weeks of the season.

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The Bucs lost their final 10 games of the season, something the franchise hadn’t done since the days of the “Yucs” in the 1970’s.

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Morris was 17-31 in three seasons with the Buccaneers. He led the team to a 10-6 record in 2010 when the Bucs just missed making the playoffs.

The team entered the 2011 season with high expectations, but poor quarterback play from Josh Freeman, combined with a miserable defensive performance all season, doomed Morris’ tenure in Tampa.

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The Bucs now join the Dolphins and Jaguars as each team searches for a new head coach.