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|Green Bay coach Mike McCarthy, right, and Pittsburgh's Mike Tomlin, left, both have a 5-2 record in the postseason and a Super Bowl win.|
I'm curious why you put Tomlin ahead of McCarthy. I think that the argument for MM ahead of Tomlin is quite strong considering three points: 1) Navigating [Brett] Favre drama; 2) Developing [Aaron] Rodgers; 3) Prevailing admits adversity of injuries.
Furthermore, both coaches stepped into stable franchises (debatable with Packers because of Favre), and both have had great success. Yeah, Tomlin has been to two Super Bowls, but McCarthy has had to rebuild with a new QB. Tomlin is good, I just don't see the logic... enlighten me.