When it comes to the head coaches of the AFC South this is going to be an interesting season.
Mike Mularkey of the Jacksonville Jaguars will be taking on his second head coaching position, Mike Munchak of the Tennessee Titans will be in just his second year, and Chuck Pagano of the Indianapolis Colts will be taking on his first head coaching job.
This article ranks the four coaches of the AFC South from best to worst, while discussing their strengths or areas they will need to improve on in 2012.
1. Gary Kubiak, Houston Texans
Since their inception the Houston Texans have, for the most part, consistently built a strong football team. Currently the team features players such as Matt Schaub, Andre Johnson, Arian Foster, and Brian Cushing to name a few. All of Houston’s hard work paid off last season as the team scored the franchise’s first division title, and first playoff win.
As if 2012 were not already full of promise because of the team’s talent and finish last season, Houst...