What Have We Learned About NFL's New Coaches Already?

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What Have We Learned About NFL's New Coaches Already?
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Chip Kelly and a bunch of new head coaches look to get off to strong starts

For every new NFL head coach that has success in his initial season with a new team, there are a few others who fail to live up to the higher expectations and standards of their new organizations. 

There is a reason why a team like the Oakland Raiders have had more head coaches in the past decade than the Pittsburgh Steelers have had since 1969. It's all about continuity and sustained success. 

No new head coach can come in and resemble the atmosphere of his predecessor and expect to have success out of the gate. At the very least, it's very rare. Instead, he must bring in his own philosophy, scheme, environment and personality. 

That's what all eight new head coaches around the NFL plan to do this season and have already begun during this early part of the new league year. 

Here is a look at what we have learned about each of these new head coaches around the NFL. 

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