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Nfl Head Coach Power Rankings (Rivera At #16)

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Doyle    4,166

Foxy at 8

incoming shitstorm

People have short memories when it comes to Fox. He's a great coach. Yeah I said it.

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Doyle    4,166

Based on what?

He took us to a superbowl. Now shut up.

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ladypanther    4,947

Why is anyone surprised at Fox being so high? He did a good job for the most part in Carolina, but the franchise got stuck in a loop of mediocrity. It's funny, now that he's gone both he and Hurney have franchise QBs, when they never did while they worked together.

I expect pretty good things out of Denver, and I hope that Hurney did as well with the Rivera pick as he did initially with Fox. So far, it looks good. :)

Foxy...the coach who never produced back to back winning seasons in Carolina. I think he was the one who stuck it in mediocrity.

My guess is he has a lot less control now than he had with the Panthers. The reason....Elway.

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The_Cannon    282

Schwartz doesn't deserve to be #1 IMO. Thats waaaayyyy too high. Top 10 yea but not #1. I can see Riv at 16, a little high but overal on point.

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R0CKnR0LLA    7,737

16 out of 32, what an accomplishment

oh wait, they're not even counting coaches new with their teams so it's actually 16 out of 26

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CatMan72    4,538

Sean Payton = dead last

Says a lot about Rivera that he's ranked 16th on this list after just one 6-10 season. Folks can see the Panthers are on the rise.

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DawgzLife    56

I stopped reading after Schwartz was number 1.

Stupid.

I certainly wouldn't say I agree with the guys list, but...Jim Schawtz makes sense to consideration for #1. What other coach has taken a perennial (seriously...10+ years) loser & has made them respectable in 3 years?! There are teams like the Browns & Rams who've been losing for many years that would probably understand why Schwartz is rated that high. Even tho we've had some rough years, we've never had to experience being a team known as chronic losers.

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