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Many of the most exciting athletes in the world are found in the NFL. Despite the star players, every game is controlled and dominated by the coach on the sidelines. Did you ever wonder which NFL coaches are rated highest by fans? We’ve got the scoop.
Through the utilization of a survey, data was collected by Bookies.com that outlines which coaches are leading the way among fans and opposition supporters. It highlights who is most liked, who has the best decision-making, and who has the most confidence from their own fans. The survey asked NFL fans to rate coaches on a scale of 1-10, with 1 being the worst rating.
Here are the results!
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||7.84|
|Los Angeles Chargers||7.78|
|New York Giants||7.72|
|New England Patriots||7.34|
|Green Bay Packers||7.22|
|New York Jets||7.14|
|Los Angeles Rams||7.06|
|Las Vegas Raiders||6.94|
|San Francisco 49ers||6.74|
|New Orleans Saints||6.68|
|Washington Football Team||6.56|
|Kansas City Chiefs||6.42|
* We asked NFL fans to rate their coach on how much they like/dislike them (0-10 scale, 10 being the best). You can see more on this study here.
Bruce Arians must be doing something right, as he tops the list for being most liked by his own fans (7.84/10), has the most confidence among supporters (7.76/10), and has shown the highest quality of decision making (7.7/10). New York Giants’ coach, Joe Judge, also receives similar praise, placing in the top 5 for each category.
Looking slightly south of the table, a common theme is shared between the Buffalo Bills, Cincinnati Bengals, Detroit Lions, and Philadelphia Eagles. All are fighting to get away from the bottom spot. Ouch. While the Eagles’ Nick Sirianni is least liked by his supporters (6.2/10), it’s the Lions’ Dan Campbell who receives the lowest vote of confidence from his fans (5.66/10) and is rated the worst decision-maker by Lions fans (5.92/10).