Best NFL Head Coaches Going Into the 2019 SeasonThese guys know how to have consistent success, control the locker room, and get their teams wins. Here, we are looking at the top ten best NFL head coaches going into the 2019 season.
I still cannot see why anyone would put anyone above Belichick. He is the best coach in the NFL currently. He just won his sixth Super Bowl, which is unreal. He is amazing at what he does.
You can't deny that he's the best coach right now.
McVay has risen, no, skyrocketed through coaching rankings since 2017. He got the Rams to the Super Bowl in 2018, and despite losing, he is the youngest coach to ever make it.
He's a young mastermind who will likely keep the Rams good for years to come.
Payton came one controversial call away from his second career Super Bowl berth, and what he has done for the Saints all these years is amazing.
He's made New Orleans into a powerhouse, that's for sure.
Still got to go with Sean Payton.
With less talent than in 2017 and Nick Foles once again at quarterback, Pederson almost got the Eagles to the NFC Championship, which is unreal. Pederson has a long time yet with the Eagles.
Finally, with an explosive quarterback and offense, they won a playoff game at home. Even with one of the league's worst defenses in 2018, Reid got the Chiefs minutes away from a Super Bowl berth. Now, expect big things from Reid and star quarterback Patrick Mahomes in 2019.
About time he didn't choke in the first round or divisional round.
Even with a lack of significant talent on both sides of the ball, Carroll defied the odds in 2018 and got the Seahawks to the playoffs with a 10-6 record. The NFL's oldest coach is also one of the best.
The Chargers must be happy to have a coach like him, getting them out of the dark ages and back to the playoffs. He is running one of the most balanced teams in the NFL, and despite losing to the Patriots in the AFC Divisional Round in 2018, I expect him to come back strong in 2019.
Reich helped the Colts go from a bad start to finishing 10-6 and making it into the AFC Divisional Round. I am quite sure the Colts do not care about Josh McDaniels leaving the job at the last second.
Nagy took a bad Bears team and turned them into offensively creative, defensively strong NFC juggernauts. Now he just has to win a playoff game.
I know Arians is only in his first year with the Buccaneers, but we saw what he did in Arizona, turning them into Super Bowl contenders in 2015 and keeping them decent throughout his tenure. He could possibly do the same in Tampa Bay by resurrecting Jameis Winston's career like he did with Carson Palmer's in Arizona.