View Poll Results: Coach of the Year

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  • Mike Holmgren

    2 8.00%
  • Marvin Lewis

    4 16.00%
  • Lovie Smith

    12 48.00%
  • Tony Dungy

    5 20.00%
  • Nick Saban

    2 8.00%
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    NFL Awards: Coach of the Year

    Top coach.


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    Re: NFL Awards: Coach of the Year

    Lovie Smith
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    Re: NFL Awards: Coach of the Year

    You left out Matz + Vitt :tongue:

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    Re: NFL Awards: Coach of the Year

    Nick Saban. There's not a lot of talent there in Miami, but he has had them competing in every game. Miami is going to be a great football team in years to come.
    The Roman and The Prince. Playmakers until the end.


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    Re: NFL Awards: Coach of the Year

    :up: Lovie Smith!

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    Re: NFL Awards: Coach of the Year

    Quote Originally Posted by Milan
    You left out Matz + Vitt :tongue:
    haha! i hope you were jokingLOL

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    Re: NFL Awards: Coach of the Year

    Head choke Dungy
    really lovie smith, they're in the plaoffs with orton as qb

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    Re: NFL Awards: Coach of the Year

    Of the names listed, I'd probably have to go with Lovie.

    But a name for consideration should be Marty Schottenheimer. His Chargers have a 9-5 record despite having the hardest/strongest schedule thus far in the season. The Chargers' opponents for the season have a .549 winning percentage, which is the highest of any team's opponents in the NFL.
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    Re: NFL Awards: Coach of the Year

    Tony Dungy
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    Re: NFL Awards: Coach of the Year

    Lovie.

    Great Job with the Bears D and keeping Orton competitive.

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    Re: NFL Awards: Coach of the Year

    I chose Marvin lewis.Love what hes done with the Tigers,although they should get the vote for the worst uniform in the league.
    My heart beats crazy and my blood runs wild

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    Re: NFL Awards: Coach of the Year

    I agree with all the opinions previous to this message. However I must over rule all selections with the name of:

    BILL BELICHECK !!!!!!!!

    I live 20 minutes from the Patriots home stadium and obviously have the opportunity to listen to and watch all the shows regarding the trials and tribulations of the Pats. As much as I hate to say it this version of the Patriots are finally in high gear and IMO are going to steam roll their way to the big dance again !!!!

    I just wish it was THEE ST. LOUIS RAMS waiting for them from the NFC.

    :clanram: :clanram:

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    Re: NFL Awards: Coach of the Year

    Quote Originally Posted by laram0
    I agree with all the opinions previous to this message. However I must over rule all selections with the name of:

    BILL BELICHECK !!!!!!!!

    I live 20 minutes from the Patriots home stadium and obviously have the opportunity to listen to and watch all the shows regarding the trials and tribulations of the Pats. As much as I hate to say it this version of the Patriots are finally in high gear and IMO are going to steam roll their way to the big dance again !!!!

    I just wish it was THEE ST. LOUIS RAMS waiting for them from the NFC.
    I think I'm going to hurl!

    Sorry, but despite the hype borne out of the last two wins, the Pats are not going to make the big dance.

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    Re: NFL Awards: Coach of the Year

    Quote Originally Posted by AvengerRam
    I think I'm going to hurl!

    Sorry, but despite the hype borne out of the last two wins, the Pats are not going to make the big dance.
    The Pats have survived off an extremely easy schedule. The wins over Tampa & Pittsburgh were impressive, but every other playoff caliber team they've played has been a loss....Carolina, Indy, KC, Denver, San Diego.

    NE just doesn't have the horses this year.
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    Re: NFL Awards: Coach of the Year

    Romeo Crenell!

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