Ranking all 32 NFL head coahes, Munchak too high?

Discussion in 'Tennessee Titans and NFL Talk' started by dtm586, Aug 27, 2013.

  1. dtm586

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    http://network.yardbarker.com/nfl/a...14387420?refmod=yardbar_standard&refpos=art_1

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    I know its only Yardbarker and that's basically equivalent of one of us making such a list ha but still as I was skimming down, I was shocked to see Munch @ 22. Was really expecting him in the bottom 3 or 4.

    * So if there was a Fantasy Head Coaching Draft. The Titans have the #1 pick, WHO WOULD YOU TAKE?

    For me it would have to be one of the Harbaugh's. You can't go wrong with either brother IMO. Both are hard-nose, player coaches, emphasis on Jim. I would probably take Ravens HC John Harbaugh out of all 32 coaches.

    I DISAGREE with:

    Other surprises for me was to see Lions Jim Scwartz @ 28, 6 spots lower than Munch?! Hmm. I'm not high on Schwartz or anything but those two could easily by swapped IMO.

    JEFF FISHER top 10 baby. I know people will probably hate that but hes well-respected and a lot of people outside the Titans brass, seem to think he is a "great coach". I think he is a "good coach" somewhere just outside the top 10.

    John Harbaugh outside the top 5? I would have swapped him with #4 Sean Payton.

    I would still put Belichick @ 1 ahead of Jim Harbaugh. If your talking resume as a whole no one should be above Belichick currently. If your going for the hottest pick, up-and-coming, soon to be best HC in the new few years - then yeah I would go John Harbaugh @ 1.

    Jason Garrett too high IMO. All that talent that he has done nothing with; and hes shown he is a below average Offensive Play-caller as well.

    I AGREE with:

    Gus Bradley @ 32. Unproven and going to arguably the worst franchise situation outside of Oakland.

    Dennis Allen towards the bottom is a given albet unfair since he inherited a completely crap-fest of a roster and he has to now start from scratch with minimal talent at best on the entire roster - and having to chose Pryor as possibly the franchise QB now, that's a tall order to overcome in a few years.


    So yeah I don't agree with much of this list, but then again ITS ONE MAN'S LIST and opinion. Just wanted to see what other Titan fans think of this list?


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  2. sikwiddit

    sikwiddit Starter

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    Granted Munch is nothing Special but seeing him ranked behind Rex Ryan kinda stings....
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  3. Fry

    Fry Hatin' is what I do.

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    22 seems about right when you look at the guys behind him.

    Gary Kubiak is WAY too high. That team has underachieved most of his tenure.
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  4. ImATitan

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    1. Belichick should be #1
    2. John Harbaugh should be in the top 5
    3. Kubiak rated too high. Fox & Carroll are better coaches.

    I agree that Munchak is a better coach than Schwartz. Schwartz's Lions are a very talented roster and sucked last year.
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    So basically munch is the worst out of the non new coaches.

    Marvin Lewis at 15 is a joke. He's made a career of mediocrity at Cincinnati and that's just fine for them. Belichick should be number one. Why is schiano so high?
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  6. Smash

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    What has Schwarzie done to impress? - his record is 22-42 for 4 seasons. He has the best WR in the league and a bunch of thugs - thugs that HE drafted.
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  7. The Hammer

    The Hammer Straight Ridah

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    Jim Harbaugh number 1? After two years? Child please!

    He is very good but let's give it a little more time. Coughlin is way to low. He and Belichick should be the top 2. Marv Lewis is way way too low. That guy is a freaking miracle worker by making Cincinnati a good team. Lewis should be top 5 at least. The only smart thing Mike Brown has ever done is holding on to Lewis.
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  8. RavensShallBurn

    RavensShallBurn Ruck the Favens

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    Fisher is too high. That's for damn sure.
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  9. Alex1939

    Alex1939 Old Man Tip Jar Donor

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    I still remember talking with some Red Wings fans 2 years ago at a Preds game and they talked about Schwartz as if he was the savior of detroit that would bring them a superbowl. I tried to warn them not to get their hopes up but they would not listen.
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  10. amy

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    A coach shouldn't even be rated until he has coached five years. Within five years, the team can be up, down, and all around.
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