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Blackout and other restrictions apply. Who are the most trustworthy coaches in the NFL? And that's a different way of saying who are the best in your opinion. But I like the idea of trustworthy because coaches need to earn the benefit of the doubt. They need to earn the trust in the respect of their players. Now some guys walk into locker rooms and they already have credibility because of what they've done in their past. So think Mike McCarthy walking into the Dallas Cowboys locker room a couple years ago.
Now probably some of that's worn off because you it's about what have you done for me lately. But initially it when Andy Reid shows up in Kansas City and he's had so much success already in his career. Well those guys in Kansas City they recognize that this is a coach who has established himself.
Who's managed to stick. He's had a great track record. So right away there is some respect that's earned. He gets the benefit of the doubt. Now he has to keep it. He has to keep the respect. He has to continually earn it.
It's a two-way street right? Coaches very often control playing time and so the players themselves the athletes themselves have to learn how to earn the respect of their coaches and how to be able to take direction and and teaching and of course perform. But it's the same thing with the coaches.
And when we're talking about an age gap or a generation gap communication is so unbelievably important. Then you think about the coaches who've been around for a long time versus the coaches who are relatively new but maybe speak the language of some of these younger guys. So there are very interesting dynamics all across the NFL. Where right now 25 percent of the coaches are brand new. There are brand new head coaches. Like a quarter of the league.
How quickly can they earn respect? And we know in some cases it's going well. Brian Deball with the New York Giants. Even Todd Bowles could be considered a new head coach because he is taking over for Bruce Arians. But he's one of those examples where he's got a bit of an established track record and the team knew him. Same thing with Lovey Smith in Houston as he takes over. Not only has he been a head coach before but he was on the staff last year.
Why does that make sense? Doug Peterson in Jacksonville won the Super Bowl with the Eagles and had multiple playoff experiences. And so there are coaches who are either finding a another opportunity or are brand new. In the case of say Kevin O'Connell, Matt Eberfluse, Nathaniel Hackett. We know NFL owners and general managers are not patient either. That's not a hallmark of most franchises and the men and women who run them. And so if you can stick and you can earn the trust of those above you on the food chain as well as your coaching staff and your players in the locker room, well then you've won half the battle already. Then of course comes the success. You may have the respect of everybody in the franchise, but if the team isn't winning, ultimately the coaches pay the price.
So who are the most trustworthy coaches in the NFL right now? On Twitter A Law Radio, on our Facebook page After Hours with Amy Lawrence, and thank you for all your questions for Ask Amy Anything. I do go back and answer as many as I can get to over the course of the hump day following our hump show, but you'll have to excuse me because I might be such a bump on a log on Wednesday. My brain is a little bit of mush. It was one of those excruciating travel days on Tuesday. Took me well 12 hours from actually from the time I got off the air in Green Bay at five o'clock central, which was six o'clock Eastern Time, I was awake. I was getting my stuff together, getting to the airport.
I had a delay in my first airport, which meant I missed my connection in my second airport. And so it was a long day, and I didn't get into my own house, and my dog was so happy to see me. I didn't get into my own house until 12 hours later. So it was a it was a day, but I made it safely. That's the most important thing, and here I am. And I know I have to be held responsible for what I say, but I hope you'll cut me some slack because sleep has not really been an option much the last couple days. We're live from the Rocket Mortgage Studios.
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If you want to find that on our social, we'll do the big reveal coming up at the bottom of the hour. Speaking of coaches, and this is not really a matter of trust, but I do think it can go a long way when it comes to earning the respect and keeping the respect of your locker room. This whole idea that Nick Chubb is to blame for the Cleveland loss to New York on Sunday is ludicrous. It's asinine, actually, and I want Kevin Stefanski to step up and say Nick Chubb's not the reason that we lost. Now, I think he kind of did in a roundabout way, but the suggestion that if only Nick Chubb had stopped himself from going into the end zone instead of scoring his third touchdown with a minute 55 to go, then the Browns would have won.
Then the Browns would have avoided disaster. This drives me batty. I can't sit by quietly and allow this to become a thing.
It's not gonna be a thing on this show. Why are we making Nick Chubb the scapegoat? Why? So the question began with Kevin Stefanski going back to Monday about, hey, if Nick Chubb had just stopped short of the goal line, the Jets couldn't stop the clock because they had no time out, so why didn't you tell him to do that? Yeah, obviously, retrospect, you want to do anything that can secure the win, so that is something that's my responsibility to communicate to that huddle. You know, put yourself up potentially 14 points inside of two minutes.
You know, you should close out that game. So, yes, I wish I had said that to Nick, and Nick would have done it, but it doesn't change the fact that we had plenty of opportunities to win that game. Alright, so he's not blaming Nick. He's certainly not blaming Nick, but I need him to be more forceful about this. Nick is not the reason we lost the game.
In hindsight, well, there's a hell of a lot of things they could have done differently. Sure, Nick Chubb could have stopped short of the goal line, but here's the thing. Not only is Chubb not the reason that the Browns lost, he's the reason the Browns were in position to win in the first place.
You can't have one without the other. You can't expect Nick Chubb to go out there and run for wins and run for yards and keep that offense moving and then just, oh, somewhere in his brain, oh, wait a minute, I probably shouldn't score here. No, I mean, I would agree that if Kevin Stavanski wants him to do that, that's on the coach because Nick Chubb shouldn't be thinking about those things when he's out there on the field.
He should be doing what he does best. But the idea that Nick Chubb, excuse me, should be allowed to shoulder the blame for the loss on Sunday, it's wrong. No one in that Cleveland locker room should allow him to stand in front of a microphone and say, the loss is on me. I'm the reason that we lost.
But, man, it sure sounded like that on Tuesday when he was asked about scoring that third TD instead of stopping short of the goal line. I probably shouldn't have scored right there, honestly, looking back at it. It cost us a game.
No, it did not! A lot of things went wrong. Not just one thing, but collectively as a unit, as a team, we could have all did things different. But, I mean, it's only a problem because we didn't win, you know, so I probably should have went down. It cost us the game, he said.
Where are his teammates? Now, granted, I didn't see every single one of their interviews on Tuesday, but I'm gonna need somebody to step up and say Nick Chubb is not the reason we lost. Nick Chubb did not cost us the game. Nick Chubb did everything he could to win the game for us.
Am I the only one who's annoyed by that? Where are the rest of the Browns? This is not on Chubb. Where is the coach saying, no way, Nick Chubb, you don't say that. You do what you do best. You do what we pay you to do. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS Sports Radio.
A couple of questions for you. Did Nick Chubb miss the extra point? Did Nick Chubb let Corey Davis go 66 yards down the sideline? Did Nick Chubb not put enough pressure on Joe Flacco so he had time to throw over and over again, including a 53-yard drive? The Jets went half the field in a minute. In the final minute, mind you, did Nick Chubb botch the onside kick? Fail to cover it up for the Browns? No, the Browns don't have a two-touchdown lead if not for Nick Chubb. If it's me, it's not me. Nobody asks me. Well, you might sometimes.
And then you might be sorry. If you ask me, Kevin Stefanski needs to make it very clear that Nick Chubb was the reason they were in position to win, not the reason they were in position to lose. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence on Facebook, also on Twitter. I'm fired up about this. In fact, I even did my CBS Sports Minute about it. There is a big game coming up on Thursday when the Browns host the Pittsburgh Steelers. They've got their own questions.
They've got their own offensive woes. I'm not sure if you all pay attention or listen. I know there are a lot of podcasts, including ours, and we love it when you take advantage of our podcast, but we are one in a sea, a veritable ocean of, say, eight million four hundred and twenty five thousand three hundred and seventeen podcasts.
OJ just gave me a thumbs up as in it's higher. Two hundred million plus at least. And counting. So what's what's a bigger number? Jeff Bezos' bank account or the number of podcasts on the planet?
Oh, Jeff Bezos' bank account. Oh, you think so? Not much is bigger than that. Okay.
How many gallons in the ocean? I saw some headline that he dropped to only the fourth richest in the world. Really? Yeah.
You know the top three? I mean, no. I mean, I can look if you want.
Is he up there? But actually, so here's the thing. He's worth hundreds of billions of dollars. I can't even compute that number. Hundreds of billions? He could drop a billion dollars in the street and be like, oh, it's okay.
It's not even worth his time to pick it up. Three commas? Three commas? Must be nice. I mean, I guess. Money comes with its own problems. Maybe. That's like too much money.
Yeah, no, thank you. Too much. I mean, I don't know what too much money is because I've never been in that situation, but I don't need money to make me happy. And money comes with its own problems. Remember the song?
Mo money, mo problems? So true. So true. That's old school, by the way. Is that 80s or is that 90s? That's 90s. That's Biggie Smalls. Oh, sweet. Right. So once again, I've underscored the fact that I'm so not cool, but at least I know the song. So Jeff Bezos podcast, Amazon.
This is how I get off on tangents. There are a lot of podcasts out there, but Ben Roethlisberger has one because he needs to talk now that he's no longer barking in the huddle. He's doing his podcast Monday or Tuesday following the Steelers games, and he had former Steeler Merrill Hodge, who's been a media member for a long time. In fact, we used to work together at my previous network. Merrill Hodge goes on this podcast with Ben Roethlisberger, and you're not gonna hear Ben, you're only gonna hear Merrill, completely torching the offensive coordinator's system and play calling.
His name, by the way, is Matt Canada. If I remember correctly, he was just hired last year, right? He was the brand new offensive coordinator in Roethlisberger's final season. If you took away their gadgets and misdirection, half their offense is gone. And you know, gadgets and misdirection are not, those are usually wrinkles.
Sure. They're not the foundation of an offense, you know, and when you see route combinations and you don't see that, you don't see like pro stuff. Like I'll tell you this, Pitt's offense had more pro concepts, because when I was watching Pickett come out, I was like, the one thing to evaluate him, I was like, okay, can he throw concepts, pro concepts? Oh yeah, because he's doing it in college. I don't have to guess. I don't have to guess that he can do that.
I watched him do it. He doesn't like the gadgets. He doesn't like the gimmicks. And he's not really sure what the offense is behind that. In fact, he is even there, pointing to how Pickett, Kenny Pickett, is prepared to run a pro style set and a pro style offense, which gives him an advantage if you put him in a position to succeed.
Former Steelers running back Merrill Hodge on the footballing podcast with Ben Roethlisberger and he doesn't hold back on the way Matt Canada has this offense constructed. It's probably the only running game that I've ever been a little confused on. I don't think that when you look at just how he designs the run, I don't know that he threatens the box. Actually, I think he adds more people to the box and he puts more people in bad spots in the running game. I mean, like some of his motions, they bring people in and they don't affect any of them. Like the Jed stuff is affecting anybody. You're pulling somebody else into the box. You're not affecting anybody on the back end.
So now you got more people in there than you even wanted. I mean, schematically there's some stuff that doesn't make sense with it. Merrill Hodge taking aim at Matt Canada and the offensive schemes and the play calling on the footballing podcast with Ben Roethlisberger. I haven't heard the whole podcast, so I don't know whether or not Roethlisberger agreed. I mean, you kind of hear him affirming in the background, right? But sometimes we just do that when we're talking to someone like, uh-huh, yeah I hear what you're saying.
I hear what you're saying. That's actually one I might check out because I do want to hear what he has to say about the offense. The fact is he endorsed, as if it matters, he endorsed Mitch Trubisky for the starter, but does think that Kenny Pickett will take over at some point. Mike Tomlin at this point doesn't want to hear about whether or not the offense is too conservative or cautious.
No, it's about wins. But that's going to be a question and there are going to be questions about the quarterback more and more because in their home loss to the Patriots on Sunday, there were chants for Kenny. Mike Tomlin's not one to give in to peer pressure, let's be honest. In fact, that might actually cause him to dig in his heels. He didn't urinate down his leg, man.
That's a great place to begin. See, when I ask you the top three coaches in the NFL, I don't know how you, we can't eliminate Tomlin. He needs to be on the universal list.
The cut and paste component was the cut and paste component. We do not, wait, what was the one, we do not, no, we get the fear of sudden death all the time, but it's the we seek no something, we seek no comfort. We make no excuses, we seek no comfort.
There we go, that's it. Oh my gosh, he's the best. So who are your top three most trustworthy coaches in the NFL?
Which way you going? Are you going with hip, young, offensive-minded, dazzling, speak the language in their 30s, or established coaches who have track record, a long track record. And honestly, guys who make it past 10 years at their current position are few and far between.
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Grand slam, Francisco Lindor! The Mets take the lead in the top of the seventh. It's 7-4 in Milwaukee!
This is After Hours with Amy Lawrence. A lot of crazy rallies in football on Sunday and some pretty impressive and improbable comebacks on the baseball diamond on Tuesday. It's After Hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS Sports Radio, the Mets on the road at the Brewers, and courtesy of a grand slam by Francisco Lindor. Four runs in the seventh to push them past the Brewers in Milwaukee. You hear Jake Eisenberg and Wayne Randazzo with the calls, and so according to Francisco Lindor, who wielded the big bat, they are in no way feeling the effects of a grand celebration, a big party because they clinched a playoff spot for the first time in six years.
No, they still got stuff to do! One of the best things that we have is that we can turn the page extremely quick. We are very professional, and yeah, we celebrate our victories, but at the end of the day, we got to focus on what we have in front of our feet. So today was winning this ball game, and that's what we did.
I think we're kind of past, you know, making statements, all that stuff. You know, it is what it is. You're competing, trying to win every game, but we were doing that on the first game of the season. So the Mets continue to come up with these improbable wins, and there are times where it's been really impressive to see their comebacks. You should know better than to leave a Mets game early.
I'll circle back to that. Yes, they have clinched a playoff spot, but you know what? Even as they grab their sixth consecutive win, their seventh in the last ten, the Atlanta Braves are not letting them get away, and in fact, welcome back to the postseason Atlanta.
Here it is from Finnegan again, hit hard. Whitefield deep, Thomas back, looks up, it's in the jump house. Dansby Swanson with an opposite field blast, and it's 3-1 Braves.
Jansen, rares back, fires, high fly, center field, deep but playable. Michael Harris, short of the warning track, he's got it, and the Braves win. It's an uncomfortable night to say the least, but Kenley Jansen and the Braves hang on.
It's great. It's kind of what we worked hard for all those years, and if we get in the door, then we have to give ourselves a chance, and that's what we want to do. Number one thing, we want to win the division, and you know, we're right there to make that happen, so it's good that at any point we, you know, we give yourself an opportunity when you when you get in the tournament. I like how he says it, Brian Snicker, as the Braves clinched their, let's see, their playoff spot, but not the division title. They would like to win their fifth consecutive NL East crown, however the Mets still stand between them and that goal. So the the Braves can continue to put pressure on the Mets, but what I've said about them this year is that these Mets, they're not, they're not a team that is going to collapse like a house of cards, right?
My effort level was outstanding. They've got a much better offense this year, though at times we've seen it shrink back into the hedge like Homer Simpson, but I mean that's happened with other teams as well. So the Mets and the Braves have both clinched playoff spots, but the World Series champs are still a game back in the standings, but listen to this, collectively they've won 11 straight games. Feels like the Braves do this every other week, for heaven's sakes, and so that should give you even more of a, I guess, a feeling about the Mets that they have been pushed, they have been chased, they have felt adversity, and yet they've still managed to maintain first place for the most part.
It's after hours with Amy Lawrence here on CBS Sports Radio. So you've got that race going on because the Brewers lost to the Mets in that rally and the Cardinals lost to the spread in the NL Central is still eight and a half games. By the way, Albert Pujols had two hits but did not have his 700, oh 700, his 699th home run. And while we're talking about crazy comebacks, the Dodgers were trailing the Diamondbacks, I think it was by four runs in the eighth inning in the early half of their doubleheader on Tuesday. They score five runs in the eighth and they end up winning in fantastic fashion. But if you're looking for rallies, this is something that the New York Yankees have not done in 113 games, so hear me on this one, people keep track of this. When the Yankees were trailing by at least four runs in the ninth inning, going back to 2017, so we're talking about five seasons, trailing by four runs in the ninth inning, they were 0-113, meaning they'd never come back.
Not in five years have they rallied from being four runs down in the ninth inning. When Aaron Judge stepped to the plate in the ninth inning, really the rally wasn't on the minds of anyone at Yankee Stadium. Here's the 3-1, swing on it, there it goes, deep left, it is high, it is far, it is gone, he's tied the fabe, it's a judge-ian blast, his 60th home run of the year, wow.
All rise, here comes the judge. And as you can imagine, we'll talk more about Aaron Judge because that moment was fantastic, it was a no-doubter off the bat, Will Crow of the Pirates gave him something to hit, like literally in his wheelhouse on a 3-1 pitch and he clobbered it, and so now Will Crow becomes a piece of history. Again, we'll talk more about number 60, there are only six men in the history of baseball who've ever pounded 60 home runs in the span of one season. But here's the funny part, Aaron Judge felt uncomfortable doing a curtain call, even though two of Roger Maris' sons were at Yankee Stadium. He felt uncomfortable even though the fans were demanding it. So you could see his face, he's not really smiling, he kind of, he listens to the fans and he walks up the steps, he quickly doffs his cap and then runs back down into the dugout. Because at that point, the Yankees were still trailing eight to five. But then Anthony Rizzo, welcome back Rizzo, Anthony Rizzo doubles, Glaber Torres walks, Josh Donaldson singles the bases loaded, gets a pinch runner, and that brings up Giancarlo Stanton. Swung on, drilled to deep left, that ball is gonna be gone a grand slam to win the game. No one out, bases loaded, grand slam, bottom of the ninth, and the Yankees have come back in the ninth inning with five runs to win the game 9-8. Stanton finally delivered a bullet line drive in the left field seats. Giancarlo, Nancy Bolstobalo, a Stantonian home run, a bullet line drive in the left field seats. What an inning. John Sterling on Yankees radio, and by the way John's classic home run call which is, it is high, it is deep, it is wide, it is far, all those things. It wasn't that because this ball from Giancarlo didn't even get 12 feet off the ground, it was a laser.
Stop it. So it was out, it barely cleared the left field wall, it was out of the park before John could say anything except for it's a laser shot, it's a bullet. It really was that. But Stanton actually points back to Aaron Judge and the rally that began with the solo home run. It sparked all of us, it helped us get this win and he's been doing it all year, he's the man.
And he's not done, so we got plenty left and he's gonna put it on the shelf for everybody in here. At the time it was a solo shot in the ninth and you know still down by a couple of runs, but this team we've always had a never die attitude and you know fight till the end and then you got four guys right behind me with great at bats, one after the other against a great closer and makes it that much sweeter, that's for sure. Aaron Judge becomes just the sixth man in baseball history to ever hit 60 home runs in the span of a single season. Now it's happened nine times, but that was collectively among now six different hitters. So we'll talk more about it, you'll hear a little more from him as well as his manager.
But yes, oh and the pitcher who gave up that 60th home run, but one shy, one shy of tying Roger Maris for the franchise and American League record. So that's what people are talking about on this Wednesday morning. You can find me on Twitter, ALawRadio, who are the most trustworthy coaches in the NFL.
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You're listening to After Hours with Amy Lawrence. The people have spoken and one score stands above the rest. Here is your TD of the week.
The Miami Dolphins. Waddle in motion. Hill flank to the right. To a shotgun. Back to throw. Looking, looking, looking. Steps up.
Fires. Touchdown Miami! It's Waddle. Touchdown. Oh my gosh.
Tua looked around and came back to Waddle. What a throwing catch. With 14 seconds left.
Oh. His sixth touchdown pass of the day. Tua told us in the in the huddle man. It's us to them right now. So no he called the play. We executed now.
Luckily we got the win. Do the Waddle baby. Do the Waddle. In fact it's one of those dances where even those of us who are super uncoordinated and don't look cool dancing like me can do the Waddle because you're supposed to look stiff. You're supposed to look like a penguin.
Everybody can do the penguin. You just you Waddle with your hand your flappers out back and forth. Jay just demonstrated it like he can't stop it. He can't help it. Every time the Waddle comes up he talks about well and demonstrates how to do it.
All right he's trying to teach me. I was in my living room doing it after the touchdown. Not even a Dolphins fan. So Jalen Waddle catches the sixth touchdown from Tua Tango Veloa on Sunday. You hear the call there on Dolphins radio.
It's also the fourth of the fourth quarter and the one that put the Dolphins in front of the Ravens in stunning fashion. But we had some pretty impressive candidates like the Byron Murphy scoop and score in overtime as the Cardinals embarrassed the Raiders in Las Vegas. Speaking of Vegas I heard that there's just the wild swings in the late rallies that it was kind of crazy with Vegas. Like the amount of money that was flying around and people who lost but people also who won on crazy flyers. I don't know anything about that really but I do think it's it's interesting now that a lot of people see football through that lens and that's certainly why football is extremely popular.
Even more so with fantasy football and all that jazz. Anyway so that was a candidate. Also had the Garrett Wilson touchdown the second one which was ultimately the game winner for the New York Jets against the Cleveland Browns.
And I appreciate that so many of you are responding to this this opinion that I've shared multiple times here on the air. That no one in the Cleveland locker room should allow Nick Chubb to shoulder the blame for the loss on Sunday. He's not the reason they coughed up a two touchdown lead with under two minutes to play. He's the reason they had a two touchdown lead with under two minutes to play.
So there's a lot of familiar consternation. A lot of familiar frustration and anxiety with the Browns but honestly this time it's not because your starting quarterback is suspended or you have Baker Mayfield to point the finger at. No this is on the defense and the special teams. This is not on the offense. Of all the people in the locker room to blame how is it that Nick Chubb is the one who's saying I cost us the game? I mean I admire him for trying to fall on the sword but come on where is teammates and coaches to pick him up?
However I say all of that to remind you that there are still teams who are making positive headlines, who are making positive strides and in the case and this is in the Cleveland area like for instance the Cavaliers just making that amazing trade for Donovan Mitchell. I would take him on my team and one of the youngest teams in Major League Baseball getting ever closer to a playoff spot. Swung and yanked to left field, base hit down the line.
It'll go to the wall. That'll score Jimenez and Miller. Kwon hits second or I should say straw hits second big turn holds with a double. That's Tom Hamilton in the midst of a five-run 11th inning for the the Cleveland I almost said Indian sorry Guardians in Chicago as the White Sox are the closest team to the Guardians in the AL Central but this was a big deal for them. Cleveland right now with eight wins in its last ten so see you can be happy Cleveland sports fans. Something to note about the Guardians should they get to the postseason and this becomes a challenge for them. Do you know in extra innings this year they are 12 and 4. We're talking about a team with very little collective experience but the Guardians are 12 and 4 in extras this year. Just continue to play that we've played all year.
We've we've set ourselves up nicely with playing a certain type of baseball where unlike I think a lot of teams we just get to continue to play our same way of baseball where you know whether it's a playoff game where there's just another game in the season we go out there and we expect to go play the game the right way to pitch and run the bases and have competitive events. That's Austin Hedges the catcher for the Cleveland Guardians and it's gonna be a lot of fun when they make the playoffs because they will. To see these guys become a little bit more recognizable and a little bit more known on the national stage because there's a lot of guys in this lineup. Be honest how many of you could actually name say five guys who aren't pitchers because the Cleveland pitchers there's a there's a handful of them that you will know of course but outside of Jose Ramirez what do you think? How many people could name the Cleveland Guardians starting lineup? I don't think many I mean I could think of two offhand because the Mets traded first at Francisco indoors so they let Ahmed Rosario and Andres Jimenez go in that trade who have been productive for the for the Guardians so those are two guys that I can name just because I yeah I know personal experience but yeah not too many. But the idea is that they're a really young team kind of an upstart team and maybe ahead of schedule which I think is a lot of fun for the Guardians so yeah if you look through their lineup if you look through maybe want to familiarize yourself with them because they are gonna be on that October stage it's after hours here on CBS Sports Radio thanks so much for hanging out with us on the hump show we're gonna launch you forward into the hump day and we're asking you who are the most trustworthy slash best coaches right because trustworthiness you have to earn that trust that equity that credibility who are they? The ones that you believe not only have the decision-making but the clock management they understand how the game works there I don't want to say impervious to the press but they don't get bandied about the way the wind blows right I mean that's kind of what struck me about Nathaniel Hackett since that season opener in in Seattle the fact that he's kind of backpedaled and they weren't ready for that moment anyway and then after he was criticized that he realized or changed his mind or whatever else I need guys who when the criticism comes that's the least of their concerns you need strong personalities to make strong leaders and sometimes the personalities can be too strong I think Rex Ryan became such a dominant personality in the Jets locker room that it was all Rex or nothing but we know that Pete Carroll's a very strong personality if you don't know this about Pete it's his way or the highway but that's not what he advertises right he's just a really good coach he's got a particular way of doing things and he finds the guys that fit and have you noticed that even when Seattle is in turmoil meaning like guys want out or guys are getting treated or they're rebuilding they're still competitive for the most part not always but he knows how to coach up a water bottle in a pair of socks and and that's impressive so producer J did you settle on your top three this is such an unfair question I don't even like it I mean I like the question but it's so unfair I gotta put Belichick in there I have to put Tomlin in there and that third spot for me I was had an convey originally I can't did you well that's because I had I forgot about Andy Reid I forgot about John Harbaugh yes I have to go with either one of those two guys over Sean McVay at this point so we're both leaning toward experienced established coaches who've had their jobs for longer than ten years yeah that's where I would lean if I'm gonna get if I need a new head coach that's and one of those guys that came available I would go that route rather than getting in someone new mm-hmm I have to put Andy Reid in that as that number three even maybe there to it you know no right order there for one two three but in my top three it's gotta be Reid Belichick Tomlin I am trying to go somewhere different because I think it'd be healthy for the show and for debate I'm trying to go devil's advocate right now but it's not really working I've seen Dan Campbell come up a lot if we want if someone wants to go that I mean the team's bought in you can't say they haven't got any cap for him they're playing much better football they look good I mean clearly they like him it's an interesting answer I've seen some Kyle Shanahan takers yeah I've seen some Matt Lafleur though obviously they've had some major flame outs in the postseason so okay here's mine this is so not right because how do you leave Bill Belichick out of this but I'm just saying I don't love that he's still making all the personnel decisions too at some point maybe he needs to give part of that up I don't know I don't I don't appreciate the question I really do I still think he's a brilliant coach I think he's a mad scientist but right now I'm gonna be more creature of the moment okay all right this is terrible it feels all wrong how do I leave Belichick out of this I can't can I shoot it's hard why did I make it three I'm going Mike Tomlin never had a losing season in all of his years now Ben Roethlisberger was a major reason why but even the year that they lost Roethlisberger that that team would eight nay because he can coach he can coach them and he can bring intensity and fire and he also treats them like men right they don't get treated like kids and they respect him for that it's tough love we make no excuses we seek no comfort I'm going Mike Tomlin you ready I'm going Andy Reid again because he's managed to morph into multiple eras multiple like teams and generations and the relationship between he and Patrick Mahomes is I mean that's one of the the great relationships in sports and I'm going Sean McDermott yes I'm doing it why are all my coaches in the AFC I don't know shoot I change that no it doesn't you know there's no rhyme or how do we leave out John Harbaugh it's hard to I mean we got to get pick three and I really like Ella check you can't leave out Tom and I really love Mike McCarthy I that situation in Dallas may not be the right fit I like McDaniel but I'm not ready to put my top three we're talking about new and up and young coming coaches as well I think he could fit in that yeah but do you really trust him I don't yet beat John Harbaugh and he's beat Bill Belichick okay the players have but all right all right okay continue to answer the question on Twitter on Facebook we'll talk to you tonight it's after hours with Amy Lawrence CBS Sports Radio boom home to all the jaw-dropping moments home to all the best plays in the league home to your favorite players from the 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