Power Rankings: Rex Ryan is a middle of the pack head coach

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Teams will go to such lengths to land the right head coach. They’ll spend a ton of money. They’ll hire whatever assistants are requested. And they’ll make sure wives and kids are find a comfy new home.

But it’s also why they expectations are high. Lose a few too many games, even if it’s in season one, and there’s a chance a head coach will be shown the door. In the ultimate results-oriented business, winning is everything.

So ranking the league’s head coaches is a great way to evaluate which teams are in the best shape. And on that front, the Jets are only in so-so shape.

The editors of cover32 ranked NFL head coaches from 1-32, and Rex Ryan finished 17th on the list. That puts New York in an interesting place, as the head coach is good, but not great.

How did the rest of the AFC East finish? How about the rest of the league? CLICK HERE to see the entire list.

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