Debating the NFL's Most Underrated Head Coaches
Head coaches don't always get their due in today's NFL. One would think that in a league where only 32 men hold such positions, we'd have plenty of credit to spread around.
Not so. Some head coaches are under-appreciated and undervalued by media and fans alike.
For every heralded, grumpy genius wearing a cutoff sweatshirt, we can find a handful of guys who don't get their due.
The NFL's longest-tenured head coach, Andy Reid, might be the most vilified. The Philadelphia Eagles head coach saw his team miss the playoffs last season, only the third time in the last 12 years that Reid started the postseason at home. He may not be Bill Belichick, but that doesn't mean the guy isn't doing something right.
Other well-tenured head coaches often find themselves on the business end of the media's whuppin' stick. Marvin Lewis and Lovie Smith seem to enter each season on the hot seat. And even New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin was rumored to be let go before he took his team to their second Super Bowl victory in four years.
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