|Top Five Coaches of all time?|
1. Sir Alex Ferguson (Manchester United)
1. Lombardi (you know, the guy the trophy is named after)
How can you people say Dungy and not say Cowher? Who do you think brought Dungy into coaching? Ok can't give him all the credit but he is the one that gave Dungy his first job. He is was also the coach that Marvin Lewis served under. You know that guy that helped turn the Bengals around. Coughlin if I am not mistaken was once one of his assistance as well. Been a few years though. That is a mark of a great coach. His assistance are constantly being offered jobs, and do good. This on top of him having a good record on his own. Shula was a great coach. Chuck Noll was a great coach(he stuck by Bradshaw when the city wanted to run Bradshaw out of town.) Landry has to be given respect as one of the best, just off of the images his name still brings up. Lambordi would proably have to be the fifth. As to this Madden thing I say BS. Do you know how many were saying he would have never got in the Hall of Fame based off his coaching? On top of that his own players to this DAY say that he told them if you were cheating you weren't trying hard enough. Yeah great game plan.
Nick Saban, LSU Tigers. When Saban came to LSU he said in 4 years he will win a national championship, and he did.
NFL: Vince Lombardi, Tom Landry, Don Shula, Chuck Knoll, John Madden
Ok let see there are so many. My first choice would have to be Paul Brown the man is the founder of both teams in Ohio he's the reason for the playbook. Next would be Bill Walsh the coach of the 49ers. need i say more other than he is a product of Paul Brown. Other one would be Woody Hayes and all the things that he done at Ohio State. Another is Chuck Noll 4 Super bowls is all needed to be said. And just because you only asked for five I mean I could go on and on but one more would have to be Marvin Lewis after 15 years of losing he has brought the Bengals back from the dead
my gosh the morden offensive comes from Paul Brown. remember coach Walsh learned under Paul Brown. so my list would be Paul Brown, Tom Landry, Vince lombardi , George Halas and Don Shula. +
In no particular order...
1. Vince Lombardi