Best Coach In NFL

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  1. WiiBrawler

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    Who do you think, Note dont say Kubiak because we dont know good he will be
     
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    Parcells, Bellichek, and Holmgren should be on the list.
     
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    Fisher is in the top 3 or 4. You can't count the last couple of years because you can't win with the youngest team in the NFL.
     
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    Tony Dungy, Mike Shanahan, Bill Belichick, Bill Parcells, and probably Mike Holmgren would be my top 5.
     
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    Bellichek, Cowher, Holmgren, Lewis, Shanahan, Dungy would be my top 6 in no particular order. Fisher, Billick, Saban, and Parcells would round out my top ten, with Kubiak waiting to bust into that group.
     
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    Lewis shouldn't be on that list. He makes too many bad draft decisions.
     
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    Maybe so, but he's turned the Bungles around and is winning football games. That's gotta count for something.
     
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    Lewis isn't responsible for the draft selections in Cincinnatti. Just as Jeff Fisher (who you said should be top 3 or 4) isn't responsible for drafting in Tennessee.

    I'll go with Cowher. Others have more rings but he's quietly remained consistent for a very long period of time.

    9 double-digit win seasons in 14 years.
    11 of those 14 years have been winning seasons.
    5 AFC Championship game appearances.
    2 AFC Championships.
    1 Super Bowl Championship.
     


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    Top 5

    Bellicheck
    Cowher
    Shanahan
    Holmgren
    Fisher

    Sorry, i dont buy into Dungy being a top 5 coach. Give any coach Peyton Manning, Marvin Harrison, the Edge, Dwight Freeny and they'd do just fine. Plus he hasn't taken the Colts anywhere except their recliners.
     
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    Bill Belichick - He's the only head coach in NFL history to win 3 Super Bowls within 4 years. That's simply amazing.
     
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    How quickly we forget. Him turning Tampa Bay, a horrid franchise at the time, into a winner means nothing? A team that hadn't had a winning season for 14 years before he got them one. A team that had 3 winning seasons in it's existance before he got there and he had 4 winning seasons in the 6 years he was there. That was pretty much Dungy's team that won the Super Bowl. Dungy has a .637 winning percentage as head coach. I think he's pretty good.
     
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    I agree, you beat me to posting this.
     
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    Bellicheck
    Cowher
    Dungy
    Reid
    Fox
    Holmgren
    Gruden
    Shanahan
     
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    Bellechik
    Cowher
    Holmgren
    Dungy
    Fox
    Shanahan
    Gruden.
     
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    1. Bill Belichek
    2. Bill Parcells
    3. Bill Cowher
    4. Mike Holmgren
    5. Jeff Fisher
     
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    1. Bill Bellichek
    2. Bill Parcells
    3. Bill Cower
    4. Tony Dungy
    5. Mike Holmgren
     
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    I guess I shouldn't post anything then. :texflag:
     
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    Dont worry when Kubiak wins a superbowl, resurect this thread and post Kubiak

    I will say Shanahan because he is the master of scheme, he can insert any runningback and make them look like pro-bowlers, and he can take on troublemaking players.

    I will also say Cowher after the way he turned around the steelers and getting them a superbowl
     

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