Really all four should be fired but especially the Panthers, Falcons and Saints coaches. The most difficult thing about being a coach in the NFL is finding a reliable starting QB. All three of those tams have that and yet they all stink. Payton has a SB* thanks to sending players in to injure Favre. He's the safest.
Cam has taken the game over with his disciplined and multifaceted play. The Bengals were clearly dominating when Dalton underthrew a pass. Cam responded with solid and reliable play. Cam is becoming very efficient.
The first problem is the false language. There is no such thing as a 'spanking'. It's pretty language to justify your actions. If you use violence against someone who is unwilling to engage in a fight (not relevant with kid x adult since kid can't consent) then you are assaulting that person. It's not a parenting technique. It's assault.
Next is the argument that violence is a good teaching tool. This is a bold-faced lie. If anyone truly believes this then they would support their boss at work 'spanking' (assaulting) them for misbehaving at work.
All of this is a bother to even discuss. How you could hit someone you love is the real fallacy. People who spank their kids are empty and dead inside and trying to reason with them is a waste of time as they've already proven they resort to violence to solve problems and can't even sway or control a child without beating them into submission.