Dennis Allen has the bottom profitable share of all 4 NFC South coaches

The Carolina Panthers have agreed to terms with Frank Reich on a contract making him their new head coach, and he arrives within the NFC South with one of the best profitable share of all of his competitors. Reich’s run with the Indianapolis Colts ended with a 3-5-1 file earlier than his midseason dismissal, however he’s gone 40-33-1 in 5 years as a head coach, and his win share (.547) is increased than each different coach within the division.

There’s an argument that he’s already one of the best head coach within the NFC South. Right here’s how Reich stacks up towards New Orleans Saints coach Dennis Allen and the opposite coaches across the division:

Frank Reich, Carolina Panthers (.547)

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Arthur Smith, Atlanta Falcons (.412)

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Todd Bowles, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (.405)

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Dennis Allen, New Orleans Saints (.283)

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Story originally appeared on Saints Wire

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