NFL Coach Power Rankings & NFL Football Betting Analysis
1. Bill Belichick, New England PatriotsYou looking for a guy who does everything to be a winner (including cheating, see Deflategate scandal and Spygate scandal for reference), Belichick is your guy. Oh, and if numbers don’t lie, then Belichick career record of 211-109-0 (.659 winning percentage), the best mark of the active coaches in the NFL, and his four Super Bowl titles (the best of active NFL coaches) tell a lot of truth about his potential. Not to forget his 12 playoff appearances as a coach, the two Super Bowl rings Belichick won as a defensive coordinator with the Giants, and the fact that he is the reigning Super Bowl winner.
2. Pete Carroll, Seattle SeahawksWith back-to-back NFC Championship titles in the last two years, two Super Bowl appearances and 1 Super Bowl title, Carroll earns himself an easy No. 2 position in this list. In addition, Carroll improved from the 33-31 record (.515 winning percentage) with the Jets and Patriots) to .625 winning percentage in his 5 seasons with the Seattle, making him one of the most improved NFL coaches.
3. Mike McCarthy, Green Bay PackersApart from his impressive 94-49-1 record in his nine seasons with the Packers and a Super Bowl title in 2010, McCarthy has been a consistent performer, leading Green Bay to 6 double-digit win seasons. Plus, his .656 career winning percentage comes second to only Belichick among active NFL coaches.
4. John Harbaugh, Baltimore RavensThough underrated by many, Harbaugh has been one of the best coaches in the league, bragging of a 72-40 mark in his 7 seasons with the Ravens, with his winning percentage of .643, being the third-best of all active NFL coaches. Additionally, Harbaugh is impressively 10-5 all-time in the playoffs, including a Super Bowl title in 2012.
5. Mike Tomlin, Pittsburgh SteelersBoasting of one Super Bowl title, one AFC Championship title, four divisional titles and five seasons of double-digit wins, Tomlin is definitely a top-five coach in the league. Plus, his winning percentage of .641 with the Steelers is the fourth-best of all active coaches.
6. Tom Coughlin, New York GiantsComing off a 6-10 season, his worst record as the Giants’ coach, Coughlin definitely has a long way to go prove that he is a top coach. But putting aside his forgettable 2014 season, Coughlin has two Lombardi Trophy titles, five divisional titles (three with the Giants and two with the Jags), an impressive 12-7 record in the playoffs, and seven 10-win seasons, putting him up there among the best tacticians in the sport.
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