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Carl Spackler

Rivera wins PFWA Coach of the Year award

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Deserved.

 

Congrats Coach.

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This is the "unofficial" award though.

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Yep. The official award is given out at NFL Honors, which I believe is Feb. 1.

 

Chip Kelly, Belichick and Andy Reid will be tough to beat bc they're larger-market teams, and we all know how much bullshit weight that carries.

 

Still, it's awesome to see how far Rivera has come since last August. Went from the hot seat during the season, to Coach of the Year candidate (who deserves it most). 

 

You don't see that often.

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Congratulations Ron. I give credit to  Pro Football Writers of America for  picking the correct coach to award.

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Way to go, Ron. I'm sorry for doubting your ability to change and improve.

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