Originally Posted by TheReverend
2. Carroll (<--grew up great friends with his nephew, love Pete Carroll)
4. Mike Smith (best record and all, atm at least)
The one on here I disagree with is Mike Smith. His team is loaded with talent. If he's on there, then Fox has to be number six.
Honestly Arians deserves it, even if he was acting head coach. The circumstances he took over, in a division with the Texans and playing some really good opponents with a rookie QB - he's done an amazing job.
Carroll and Shanny deserve props, though I'd reverse Shanny with Carroll because Shanahan lost a bunch of stars at the beginning of the season and was able to win big games with two different rookie QB's. The Seahawk defense and several pieces were already in place before this year.