2. John Schneider
Building a Super Bowl winning team is always a great résumé building. Doing it with a roster of young talent, many of who were late-round draft picks, is even more impressive. Yes, free agency will eventually start to take its toll on Seattle’s roster, just like it did the Cowboys in the early 1990s. But for now, Schneider has assembled a team that can be a mini-dynasty for a few years in the Pacific Northwest.
1. Ozzie Newsome
He’s built two different championship teams, as the Ravens’ titles were more than a decade apart. And he’s done it by sticking to his guns. He lets players leave when they are past their prime or not worth their inflated contracts. He retains guys who are a good fit for John Harbaugh’s system. And he consistently finds talent that fill needs to keep the Ravens roster stockpiled. He’s the best in the business in 2014.
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