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Old 04-05-2011, 02:13 PM   #1
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Top 10 NFL head coaches

Power Rankings: Top 10 NFL head coaches - AFC East Blog - ESPN

1. Bill Belichick, New England Patriots
2. Mike Tomlin, Pittsburgh Steelers
3. Andy Reid, Philadelphia Eagles
4. Mike McCarthy, Green Bay Packers
5. Sean Payton, New Orleans Saints
6. Tom Coughlin, New York Giants
7. Rex Ryan, New York Jets
8. Lovie Smith, Chicago Bears
9. Mike Smith, Atlanta Falcons
10. M. Shanahan, Washington Redskins
10. John Harbaugh, Baltimore Ravens
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Old 04-05-2011, 03:03 PM   #2
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Re: Top 10 NFL head coaches

I guess it should be noted that this is not based just on last season.
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Re: Top 10 NFL head coaches

fair list imo
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Hey we didn't get shafted this time on an ESPN Top 10 list. Wait, Shanahan just posted something on his twitter.


@MikeShanahan BTW I seen some list rankin the top 10 coach that only ranked me 10th. F*** THEM im gonnadestroy the league next season HTTR
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Old 04-05-2011, 03:46 PM   #5
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Let's hope that Shanny ranks higher at this time next year.
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A little high for Mike Smith whose teams haven't done dick in the playoffs. Same for Harbaugh. I like Lovie and Rex also but don't rings count for anything? Also Coughlin is a bit high for my taste. He gets average results from above average talent. With a better coach the Giants would be at the Patriots level over the past 8 yrs IMO.
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Re: Top 10 NFL head coaches

I was ready to be pissed if i saw Jim Caldwell on the list....

I think Andy Reid is a little high and would put Mike McCarthy and Sean Payton above him. Overall hard list to argue with and definitely agree with number 1 and 2. Also Mike is the only one who only got an initial for his first name.
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A little high for Mike Smith whose teams haven't done dick in the playoffs. Same for Harbaugh. I like Lovie and Rex also but don't rings count for anything? Also Coughlin is a bit high for my taste. He gets average results from above average talent. With a better coach the Giants would be at the Patriots level over the past 8 yrs IMO.
3 straight winning seasons, 2 of which had more then 10 wins, in a tough division, with a young team, deserves a high ranking. This is a franchise that never had back to back winning seasons in it's history.
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Shanahan should be higher than Lovie Smith.
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Hey we didn't get shafted this time on an ESPN Top 10 list. Wait, Shanahan just posted something on his twitter.


@MikeShanahan BTW I seen some list rankin the top 10 coach that only ranked me 10th. F*** THEM im gonnadestroy the league next season HTTR
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3 straight winning seasons, 2 of which had more then 10 wins, in a tough division, with a young team, deserves a high ranking. This is a franchise that never had back to back winning seasons in it's history.
I didn't call him Rich Kotite but I still think it's a bit high. The franchises history has no bearing on him as a head coach, does it?
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I didn't call him Rich Kotite but I still think it's a bit high. The franchises history has no bearing on him as a head coach, does it?
What about taking a team that was in total disarray at 4-12 giving up over 50 sacks to a team that went 11-5 with a rookie QB and the same O-Line? Certainly that has to count for something.

Anyway the team is young and he has been able to work wonders with them. I'd say he's right where he needs to be on that list.
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Re: Top 10 NFL head coaches

Here's my rankings.

1. Bill Belicheck
2. Sean Peyton
3. Mike Tomlin
4. Mike McCarthy
5. Andy Reid
6. Mike Smith
7. John Harbraugh
8. Rex Ryan
9. Mike Shanahan
10. Lovie Smith

Honerable mentions: Raheem Morris, Jim Caldwell, Jim Swartz
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^ Tom Coughlin owns the redskins, that alone gets him on my top 10
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Here's my rankings.

1. Bill Belicheck
2. Sean Peyton
3. Mike Tomlin
4. Mike McCarthy
5. Andy Reid
6. Mike Smith
7. John Harbraugh
8. Rex Ryan
9. Mike Shanahan
10. Lovie Smith

Honerable mentions: Raheem Morris, Jim Caldwell, Jim Swartz
Jim Schwartz is 8-24.... I know its the Lions, but still...
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