Top Ten Best NFL Head Coaches
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Coached the greatest team ever, and had a lot of wins in his first three years - shabookie
Yes he has been a good coach of the chiefs, but come on he will always be remembered for the BIRDS! - RPD6478
Ever since Andy Reid went to the Chiefs he has been the best coach in the world.
Should be in the top 10. Has won everywhere he went. Fired after 1 14-2 season. Byner fumbled on the goal line in Championship game. Won lost record was outstanding.
How is he this low he should be in the top 5 or even top 3, I mean #17! Come on! He has a regular season record of 213-104 (.672%) and he won 3 NFL championships! He dominated with the Browns in the 50s and 60s. If guys actually knew anything about nfl coaches you wouldn't have voted him at #17
Number 21 are you kidding me drop the 2 and there is your answerV1 Comment
Definitely should be in the top 10. Th bills were awful. 2-14 awful before he took over the team. Even though I know he didn't win, he still got there 4 times, consecutively no less. He deserves honorable mention. He was also a great communicator and made sure his players played their best. He deserves to be mentioned.
He is the only coach in history to go to 4 straight super Bowls, he had many wins and the only reason he doesn't have a ring on his finger is "Wide Right" - shabookie
What is Grant doing here? He is better than 75% of who is currently ahead of him.
Took the Vikings to 4 superbowls and made a legendary defense called the purple people eatersV1 Comment
He led the BUCCANEERS to a Super Bowl victory
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3. Jim Harbaugh
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