Every year the NFL picks a Coach of the Year. It is normally a guy who takes a bad team and turns them into a good team. This year's leading candidates are Tampa Bay's coach Raheem Morris, KC's Todd Haley or perhaps Lovie Smith of the Bears.
However, this year, Bill Belichick should get a ton of consideration for doing a fantastic job with the Patriots, and in my opinion, Andy Reid should ultimately win the award.
Don't get me wrong, I don't think Reid will win it, but what coach has taken more risks than Reid? He traded away his franchise QB because Kevin Kolb was ready, then had the guts to bench him after half a game to play Michael Vick. Vick got hurt and Reid turned back to Kolb and still managed to get two big wins with Kolb at the helm.
He lost DeSean Jackson and still managed to win games. The Eagles have had numerous injuries on defense, yet Reid, who coaches the youngest team in the NFL, has a chance to take this team to the Super Bowl.
Join me as we run through reasons why Reid should be Coach of the Year.