In the NFL, rankings are always making news headlines. Whether it is in-season power rankings or off-season player rankings, they always seem to catch the attention of the fans. This off-season saw yet another head coach rankings released by Pro Football Focus (PFF). One former Green Bay Packers coach topped this list.
Pro Football Focus Ranks The Top Ten Head Coaches Going Into 2023 Season
Number Ten: Brian Daboll – New York Giants
Number Nine: Sean McDermott – Buffalo Bills
Number Eight: Nick Sirianni – Philadelphia Eagles
Number Seven: Doug Pederson – Jacksonville Jaguars
Number Six: Sean McVay – Los Angeles Rams
Number Five: John Harbaugh – Baltimore Ravens
Number Four: Kyle Shanahan – San Francisco 49ers
Number Three: Mike Tomlin – Pittsburgh Steelers
Number Two: Bill Belichick – New England Patriots
Number One: Andy Reid – Kansas City Chiefs
Andy Reid coached with the Green Bay Packers from 1992-1998. During those years he served as the assistant offensive line coach, tight ends coach, quarterbacks coach, and assistant head coach. PFF expounded on their reasoning for putting Reid at the top:
Reid is the best; there is just no debate. Yes, he has Patrick Mahomes, but Mahomes didn’t make Reid who he is as a head coach — he enhanced him, as all great head coach-quarterback relationships do.
Reid is not perfect, no head coach is, but since he took over in 2013, he is 129-52 including the postseason with a cumulative offensive grade of 93.6 in those 10 years. And he has two Super Bowls to show for it. Since 2018, the Chiefs’ 0.241 expected points added per pass is the highest mark by a country mile, with the Chargers in second at 0.129.
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