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  • Who is the best Head Coach in the NFC West?

    Who do you like?
    16
    Mike Martz
    68.75%
    11
    Mike Holmgren
    0.00%
    0
    Dennis Erickson
    0.00%
    0
    Denny Green
    31.25%
    5

  • #2
    Re: Who is the best Head Coach in the NFC West?

    I honestly think Martz is the best HC in the NFC, not just in the NFC West.

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    • #3
      Re: Who is the best Head Coach in the NFC West?

      I honestly think that "TXRAMFAN" is Mike Martz's screen name.

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      • #4
        Re: Who is the best Head Coach in the NFC West?

        Originally posted by sbramfan
        I honestly think that "TXRAMFAN" is Mike Martz's screen name.
        LMAO, that was a great one

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        • #5
          Re: Who is the best Head Coach in the NFC West?

          My heart says Martz, but there's a tug in my head saying Green.

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          • #6
            Re: Who is the best Head Coach in the NFC West?

            Originally posted by NickSeiler
            My heart says Martz, but there's a tug in my head saying Green.
            Taking all things into consideration, I have to agree with Nick. Denny Green has done so much with so less, it's pretty amazing. I will however reserve any final judgements on this question until the end of the season.

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            • #7
              Re: Who is the best Head Coach in the NFC West?

              Originally posted by r8rh8rmike
              Taking all things into consideration, I have to agree with Nick. Denny Green has done so much with so less, it's pretty amazing. I will however reserve any final judgements on this question until the end of the season.
              Why is Erickson even on the poll, what has he done since he got in the league? Last year's Niners 7-9, this year 1-8 :bored:

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              • #8
                Re: Who is the best Head Coach in the NFC West?

                Martz has an outstanding record... 4 conference titles in 5 years speaks for itself. Green inheritied a buch over talented underachievers and has done what should have been done - nothing more i.e. they still have a negative record

                Martz a winner by a mile..

                best in the NFC... difficult call.. there aren;t any outstanding candidates out there... Reid maybe

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                • #9
                  Re: Who is the best Head Coach in the NFC West?

                  Green's track record is proven. He's been to the playoffs 8 times in 10 years, has a career .610 winning %, and only 1 losing season in his whole tenure. However, none of that was in the NFC West. In the desert, he has a young team and a franchise that has no clue how to win. Yet he has already matched last seasons win total. Hmm, gotta believe that he will have the Cards flying in a year or two...but until then, there's no one in the NFC West that can hold a candle to Martz' performance.
                  The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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                  • #10
                    Re: Who is the best Head Coach in the NFC West?

                    Martz is the BEST OC in the NFL.

                    As a HC is is bottom half at best.... If he ever gets his collective act together, we will all wonder why the Rams do not have 2 or 3 SB rings.

                    Nuf... Said!

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                    • #11
                      Re: Who is the best Head Coach in the NFC West?

                      It amuses me that Erickson is even in this poll. I understand that he has to because he is after all a HC in the NFC West, but if this guy gets a single vote it will because his mother signed on and cast her ballot. DE has NEVER finished a season over .500, not once. He has a career .438 W% and his future looks less successful than his past. I would have to say the highlight of Erickson's career is that he recruited Stephen Jackson to play college ball for him.

                      Then there's Holmgren. I don't think it's a coincidence that the success of his career happened to peak while Favre was in his prime. Come on...Favre in his prime...anybody could have been a successful coach with that.
                      The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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                        JIM THOMAS:

                        Not ready to say that. For starters, the Rams are going to have to start picking up a win or two on the road. And after so many losses from 2007 through 2009, I simply have to see more. OK, the Rams have won two in a row. But so did Jim Haslett in October of 2008. But there's no doubt this looks like a different Rams team than we've seen in recent years and the NFC West certainly looks like it's there for the taking.

                        BRYAN BURWELL:

                        The season is only four games old, so it's dangerous to make any lasting judgments on who is the best for the long term. But as we stand right now, the ***** are in turmoil, Arizona has no QB, the Seahawks offensive line is a mess and their pass defense is weak. So that leaves us with the Rams, whose defense keeps teams out of the end zone. They have a young QB who is wise beyond his experience, and suddenly they are tied for first in a division that might only take seven victories to win. So as we speak at this moment -- and it could surely change just as quickly -- yes, the Rams are the best team in the division.

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                        They could become the division's best if they manage to get healthier. The Rams impressed everybody by winning back-to-back with so many players either sidelined or playing hurt. If this team can get Jackson up to full speed, regain its depth at tight end, safety and defensive tackle and build some momentum, a breakthrough is possible. As Sam Bradford matures and builds chemistry with his receivers, the passing game will become more dangerous -- assuming that the line holds up. The defense looks legit, despite all the casualties.

                        BILL COATS:

                        Right now, they probably are. The ***** were the division favorites, but they can't win a game. The Cardinals are in disarray, and the Seahawks are aging and just aren't very talented. There's no question that over the last two weeks, the Rams have played the best football in the division.

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