3. Mike Tomlin, Pittsburgh Steelers
The Pittsburgh Steelers were so bad this season and they still made the playoffs. While they got waxed by the Kansas City Chiefs, the fact that they were even there is a testament to Mike Tomlin. Tomlin, as I am sure you know, has never had a losing season as a head coach.
Tomlin is fourth among active coaches in career wins, has one Super Bowl ring to his name and has led the Steelers to the playoffs 10 times in 15 seasons.
2. Andy Reid, Kansas City Chiefs
Andy Reid is the favorite to win his second Super Bowl this season and that should cement his place as the second-best coach in the league as he certainly has his naysayers. Sure, Reid benefits from Patrick Mahomes and it took him a long time to finally win a Super Bowl.
However, the Chiefs were super competitive and a playoff team with Alex Smith at quarterback. One Reid got the quarterback the Chiefs became one of the best teams in NFL history. Having the elite quarterback does not guarantee anything. Just look at the Packers.
1. Bill Belichick, New England Patriots
Are the best days behind Bill Belichick. Obviously. Can you make a case for any head coach to be ranked ahead of him? Not even close. Belichick has more Super Bowls than any other NFL franchise (tied with Pittsburgh for six).
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It does not matter what side you take in the Belichick-Brady debate. Belichick has the best resume in NFL history and until he retires he will always rank no. 1 on this list.