After a hectic firing and hiring season, all 32 NFL teams again have head coaches, with eight teams entering the 2013 season with a new man in charge. The eight new hires have varied backgrounds: Four were coordinators, two were hired from the college ranks, one came from the CFL and only Andy Reid previously held a full-time NFL head-coaching job. So how does this group stack up? Click on the images to rank them. You must rank at least five for your vote to count.

New NFL coaches

Bruce Arians

Bruce Arians

Arizona Cardinals
9-3 as interim Colts coach in 2012

Gus Bradley

Gus Bradley

Jacksonville Jaguars
Former Seahawks defensive coordinator (first head-coaching job)

Rob Chudzinski

Rob Chudzinski

Cleveland Browns
Former Panthers offensive coordinator (first head-coaching job)

Chip Kelly

Chip Kelly

Philadelphia Eagles
46-7 in four seasons at Oregon

Doug Marrone

Doug Marrone

Buffalo Bills
25-25 in four seasons at Syracuse

Mike McCoy

Mike McCoy

San Diego Chargers
Former Broncos offensive coordinator (first head-coaching job)

Andy Reid

Andy Reid

Kansas City Chiefs
130-93-1 in 14 seasons with Eagles

Marc Trestman

Marc Trestman

Chicago Bears
59-31 in five seasons as coach of CFL's Montreal Alouettes

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