Sitting in an uncomfortable spot
Turner, Whisenhunt, Reid among coaches facing the most pressure this season
Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh recently told me that, in his estimation, it takes five years for a head coach to effectively build his program in the NFL. Setting the culture, installing offensive and defensive systems, drafting the proper players and molding them to his liking, it all takes time. And patience. And resolve.
Five years is an eternity in the NFL. But five years, Harbaugh said, is what it takes.
Of the 32 head coaches, only 11 have been with their current team ...
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