Who is the best NFL coach right now?
Is it Bill Belichick, Coughlin, Payton, Jim Harbaugh - or anybody else?
Unfortunately, it's Belicheat. He's been to the Super Bowl 5 of the last 11 years and only missed winning the division twice in that span. Of course, even he wasn't good enough to win with the Cleveland Clowns. Both Harbaughs are good. Coughlin seems to have Belicheat's number, but the Giants are only good about one out of three years. Payton is obviously good. Look at how New Orleans has tanked without him in charge.
Bill Belichick by far:
- Winning record every year in the past decade
- Top of division for all but 2 years in past decade
- 5 Superbowl appearances in past decade
- 3 Superbowl rings in past decade
- Arguably one of the best coaches, not just currently, but also in the history of the game
These stats are obviously a huge deal, but the biggest deal is probably the fact that he's stood the test of time. He hasn't just done a lot in a few years; he's not just a one-hit wonder. He's the real deal.
I would have went with him but that book Spygate "The Untold Story" and the Author puts alot of info out there that the NFL covered up. Like the guy that had information about what really went on. The guy meets with the NFL and doens't want to tell.
I think the best coach is without a doubt Bill Belichick. But, If I could have any coach to take over for my team right now, it would be Mike Tomlin.
I would honestly have to say that Tom Coughlin is with the Giants he has won 2 of the last 5 Super Bowls defeating the Patriots in both Super Bowls. Honestly it depends what you want to rank it on. I mean you could look a few of them and say there the best right now.
It's gotta be Belichick. No other coach has done more, and aside from winning the SB, they get it done every year.
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