Posted: 6/11/2013 6:07 PM
No great surprises... although I was surprised to see the list dominated by so many contemporary coaches (NFL coaches since the mid-80's). I thought this might be a nice conversation piece and the ESPN website at the link has some of the details about the rank order...I think Joe Gibbs is in the wrong place. If he and Don Shula switched places, I would think this is a pretty good list...No. 20: Tony DungyNo. 19: Mike ShanahanNo. 18: Sid GillmanNo. 17: Marv LevyNo. 16: Hank StramNo. 15: Bud GrantNo. 14: Tom CoughlinNo. 13: Jimmy JohnsonNo. 12: John MaddenNo. 11: Bill ParcellsNo. 10: Curly LambeauNo. 9: Joe GibbsNo. 8: Tom LandryNo. 7: Bill BelichickNo. 6: Paul BrownNo. 5: Chuck NollNo. 4: George HalasNo. 3: Don ShulaNo. 2: Bill WalshNo. 1: Vince Lombardi
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JeffHostetlerFan wrote: Sid Gillman need to move upwards a little bit. Sid Gillman innovated on offense in the passing game. Fun list.
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JeffHostetlerFan wrote: Napolean.....I think you are minimizing Shula a bit too much. Granted, he was the coach behind the biggest loss in NFL history.......but here's a guy that took his teams to 6 Super Bowls......could have been 7 without that freak Raiders play.
Posted: 6/13/2013 6:36 PM
JeffHostetlerFan wrote: Is TC that much better than George Allen?
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BuddyRyans46 wrote: don't you have to take points away from Shula for winning ONLY two of all of those Super Bowls, and for failing to win one with one of the greatest QBs in the history of the game? You could say that post 1984 Shula underachieved BIG-Time.
Posted: 6/17/2013 6:09 PM
JeffHostetlerFan wrote: BuddyRyans46 wrote: don't you have to take points away from Shula for winning ONLY two of all of those Super Bowls, and for failing to win one with one of the greatest QBs in the history of the game? You could say that post 1984 Shula underachieved BIG-Time. Well......Marv Levy made the list and he lost 4 Super Bowls.....I like TC.......but I don't think it's fair to elevate him significantly above George Allen. I don't think that is an appropriate comparison. TC has lost plenty of playoff games where his team was considered a potentially better team going into the game.
Posted: 6/18/2013 9:55 AM
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