Andy Reid: Where does he rank among NFL head coaches?

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12. Jason Garrett

Garrett really took steps in his fourth year. After going 8-8 in each of his first three years with middling rosters, Garrett guided the Dallas Cowboys to a playoff win and a tough game at Lambeau Field.

11. Jeff Fisher

Fisher has struggled with bad quarterbacks and injury-plagued offensive lines with the St. Louis Rams, but the man can coach. Fisher was tremendous with the Tennessee Titans, reaching the Super Bowl in 1999.

10. John Fox

Fox has been to the Super Bowl twice, including Jake Delhomme. How the Broncos fired him is beyond me, but most AFC West aren’t complaining. The Chicago Bears lucked out.

9. Mike McCarthy

Green Bay Packers fans would argue this is too low. Yet, I can’t help but feel McCarthy’s questionable tactics are propped up by Aaron Rodgers. McCarthy also botched the end of this year’s NFC title game.

8. Bruce Arians

Arians is a great story. After toiling as an assistant for decades, Arians is now doing a bang-up job with the Cardinals, posting consecutive double-digit win seasons. If Arians wins a few playoff games, he moves up the list.

7. Andy Reid

Reid has been to five NFC Championship games and a Super Bowl. With the Chiefs, Reid took a 2-14 team and has gone 20-12 in two seasons. With a loaded roster, Reid looks to make his first playoff run in Kansas City.

Oct 19, 2014; San Diego, CA, USA; Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid before the game against the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

6. Sean Peyton

Peyton is an offensive mastermind who won a Super Bowl back in 2009. The only problem with Peyton is having poor defenses more often than not. Still, the results have been sublime.

5. Tom Coughlin

Coughlin has endured a few rough years recently, missing the playoffs in three straight campaigns. Still, two Super Bowls speak for themselves. Coughlin is a Hall of Famer in waiting.

4. John Harbaugh

Harbaugh is severely underrated by the national media. Harbaugh has won a ring and gets to the postseason every year, only missing it once since taking over in 2008.

3. Mike Tomlin

Tomlin is consistent and a winner, chalking up a Super Bowl victory back in 2008. Despite an ancient defense and a crappy offensive line, the Steelers are always good. Give credit to Ben Roethlisberger and Tomlin.

2. Pete Carroll

Carroll has done an incredible job with the Seattle Seahawks, reaching the Super Bowl in consecutive years. Carroll also did a good job in New England years ago, although nobody remembers.

1. Bill Belichick

Yes, he team cheats. Yet, Belichick constantly wins. Nobody is complaining about his moral shortcomings up in New England.