We have 8 NFL Head Coaches debuting with a new team this upcoming season. Here
are my rankings along with a comment or two. Expect all of these teams to play
extremely well in there very first NFL Home Preseason game.
Gus Bradley (Jacksonville Jags)
He led the Seattle Seahawks to the
top Defensive unit in points allowed last season. The Jags defense has always
been fair to good. It’s the offense that needs to take a major step up or this
team has no chance.
No. 7 Mike McCoy (San Diego Chargers)
He is known for being an offensive genius, something Norv Turner
struggled with at times coaching the Chargers. I think San Diego will have a
nice bounce back season with Philip Rivers leading the way.
Rob Chudzinski (Cleveland Browns)
Rob was the offensive coordinator
for the Browns in 2007. The team went 10-6 in the regular season missing the
playoffs by one win. Derek Anderson threw a career high 29 touchdowns in 2007,
so there might be some hope for Brandon Weeden, Jason Campbell, and Brian Hoyer.
No. 5 Doug Marrone (Buffalo Bills)
You might remember
when Doug was the offensive coordinator for the Saints from 2006-08. His offense
finished ranked 1st, 4th, and 4th in those three years. The Bills are going to
score a lot of points this season. You might see a lot of 50+ totals in all
Bills games this season.
No. 4 Marc Trestman (Chicago Bears)
Marc brings in a ton of an NFL experience mostly in 90s. Expect his
team to be much improved in penalties committed and look for his offense to
throw the ball a lot.
No. 3 Bruce Arians (Arizona Cardinals)
Bruce went 9-3 as the Colts leader last season. Arizona should
benefit from an easier schedule and knowing they went 5-11 last season.
No. 2 Chip Kelly (Philadelphia Eagles)
I love the way
this guy coaches. Saw a lot of him at Oregon. Chip Kelly just gets it and I
think he will be very successful in Philadelphia. The Eagles are going to be
better on both sides of the ball this season. Look for Michael Vick to have a
much-improved 2013-14 than what he showed last season.
No. 1 Andy
Reid (Kansas City Chiefs)
Andy has 5 NFC Championship Game apprences
and is a class act on and off the football field. The Chiefs will be much
improved accross the board thanks to a new regime who excels in game planning
and game management.
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