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ATG: Who is the NFL Coach of the Year?

SBQnflLogoATG stands for Ask The Geeks. I posed 7 questions to all of our writers a couple of weeks ago and below are the 6 different writers who answered some of the questions I posed to them as the NFL season is coming to a close during Super Bowl week. But first here are the writers who made up our NFL panel.

1 Joshua Watford-Josh Watford is a sports writer and radio personality based out of Atlanta, GA. Josh covers boxing and Atlanta Braves baseball for Cleat Geeks, and he is a radio personality for The Fan Zone.

2 Zach Brunner-I am a college student studying sports management and coaching for my degree, and play in too many fantasy leagues some may say. I love talking sports and fantasy! I write articles on both football and fantasy football.

3 Clyde Dawkins–  I’m a huge fan of sports, especially hockey. My favorite teams are the New York Yankees, the Colorado Avalanche, the Chicago Bulls, the Green Bay Packers, and the CFL’s Toronto Argonauts. I’m also a wrestling fan, especially women’s wrestling, WWE and TNA.

4 Mike Hetzel– I am a BGSU student and a fan of all Cleveland sports. I have always had a passion for sports as long as I can remember. Lately I have had a passion for writing sports articles. I write articles for CleatGeeks.com on the Cleveland Browns.

5 Cody Marsee– Bachelors in Kinesiology with a Sports Management Emphasis. Sports enthusiast with a Cincinnati Emphasis. Long time Cincinnati Bengals & Reds fan from the tri-state area, now living in Colts Country. Collector of sports cards & memorabilia.

6 Brett Casella– 2014 college graduate with a business degree. Lifelong fan of the NFL, also played football for thirteen years. ICFF All-American Defensive End. Decent writer.NFLSuperBowlQuestions

Andy Reid. I think he did the best coaching job this season. I can’t tell you how broken apart a locker room can get when your team is losing. Especially when you lose five games in a row! I’m sure there was plenty of finger-pointing going on, and during all of this, they lose their best player. This was probably the best thing that could have happened for that team. It was something that could bring everyone together and focus on the same goal. I’m sure that is something that Reid preached, and it helped him lead his team to 11-straight wins (including playoffs). 2andy-reid-chiefs-usa

Jay Gruden should be a shoo-in for Coach of the Year. Literally no one expected Washington to do anything. A lot of experts had them winning about four games this season. Even with the NFC East being a trainwreck, Washington wasn’t expected to capitalize, but they did, going 9-7 and winning the NFC East. 3jay-gruden_mb_576x324

AriansPoint_MA3-620x310This is a tough one because there were so many coaches out there that really showed that they can win games and make a huge improvement.  For now, I have a tie between Cardinal Head Coach Bruce Arians and Vikings Head Coach Mike Zimmer. 4jea 3109 vikings day2

Andy Reid got a team from a 1-5 start to a 11 game winning streak & a playoff win. They are the first team to ever start 1-5 & make the playoffs. 5

ronRiveraRiverboat Ron seems like the obvious choice here, that’s because he is. Not only did he coach his team to a 15-1 season, he did it without the kind of offensive firepower found on teams such as the Patriots, Cardinals, and Steelers. I also love his aggressiveness to go for it on fourth-and-short. Hopefully, more coaches follow his lead. 6

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