All the NFL head coaching positions for the 2020 season are officially filled but who made the best hire and who made the worst?
After weeks of interviews and speculation, the Cleveland Browns officially hired former Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Kevin Stefanski as their new head coach on Sunday, meaning all five teams that previously needed new head coaches are officially set.
Even though most of the attention in the NFL this time of year is focused on the current teams participating in the playoffs, it can also be busy for the teams experiencing changes to their coaching staff since they want to get things taken care of as soon as possible.
Unfortunately, the Browns weren’t the only team facing difficult decisions over the last couple of weeks when it came to making a decision on their next head coach, although they were the last to officially fill in the position.
Along with Cleveland, other teams such as the Carolina Panthers (Matt Rhule) and Dallas Cowboys (Mike McCarthy) have already been busy over the last few weeks during the 2020 offseason, as they hope these early moves will pay off in a big way once September rolls around.
Time will tell when it comes to determining whether these teams made the right decision in their recent hires since some new head coaches will be in better position than others talent wise, with McCarthy and the Cowboys immediately coming to mind.
Now that each of these five teams with previous openings have their new head coach for the upcoming 2020 season, it’s time to have a little fun with a ranking of the best hirings, starting with the last team to do so in the Browns.