The NFL Network has teamed up with The Ringer to bring a special inside look at some of the most influential coaches in the game.
The series is called “Inside the National Football League” and will run through March 3, 2018.
The first installment, “Inside NFL Coaches,” looked at some key NFL coaches who were not featured in the series.
We’re excited to bring back these coaches and share their insights on why they’re so important to the NFL, their legacy, and their future.
This is your chance to get up close and personal with some of them, and see their story.
Here are five key coaches that were included in this series: Andy Reid , Tennessee Titans head coachThe biggest reason why Reid was a first-round draft pick is because he didn’t have the experience of many other coaches in his position.
Reid led the Titans to a Super Bowl victory over the New England Patriots in his first season in Knoxville.
He led the team to an 11-5 record in his second season, which was enough to earn him a contract extension in 2021.
He has won two Super Bowls in Tennessee, but the Titans’ coaching search didn’t end there.
He was the Titans coach for one more year before being fired in December 2019.
Matt Ryan , Atlanta Falcons head coachRyan led the Falcons to a 10-5 regular season record in 2018, the team’s first postseason appearance since 2006.
Ryan was the Falcons’ offensive coordinator from 2016 to 2018 and was named head coach in 2018.
He went on to be the Falcons offensive coordinator in 2019.
He was hired by the Eagles to be their new head coach on February 2, 2020, a move that would end his NFL coaching career.
Ryan won three Super Bowl rings with the Falcons and was a two-time MVP with the Atlanta Falcons.
He won a pair of Super Bowl titles with the Packers in his two seasons as the Packers offensive coordinator.
He coached the Packers to a record of 16-11 in their first year under Green Bay’s offensive coordinator Brett Favre.
The Seahawks will be without offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell for the rest of the season, but Bevell will continue to be a key part of the team.
He will be a head coach again for the first time since 2013.
Seattle’s offensive line has been plagued by injuries this season, and Bevell is one of the main factors in their improvement.
Bevell was named Offensive Coordinator of the Year in 2017 after guiding the Seahawks to the playoffs for the fourth time in six years.
Todd Bowles , Tennessee Volunteers head coachBevell was the head coach of the Titans in 2018 before the Tennessee Titans fired him.
He returned to Tennessee in 2019, but was fired by Tennessee after two seasons.
Bevell went on as the Titans head football coach from 2019-2020, becoming the first head coach to lead the team in a season since Bruce Arians in 2008.
He is the only head coach ever to lead his team to consecutive Super Bowl appearances in his career.
Ryan Tannehill , Miami Dolphins head coachTannehill was hired to be Miami’s head football team coach in 2019 and won a franchise record nine consecutive regular season games.
Tannehill went 5-0 as the Dolphins’ head coach, including winning the Super Bowl the next season.
Tanlehill went 7-2 as the head football program in 2017 and was the only coach to win more than one national championship in his five seasons.
Tann was the first player to win two Super Poms and the first coach to start a season with the same team as the quarterback of the AFC South champion Colts.
Ben Roethlisberger , Pittsburgh Steelers head coachRoethlisberg started his coaching career in Pittsburgh and is still the only quarterback in Steelers history to win four Super Bowl championships.
Roethli is the all-time franchise leader in passing yards (7,827), passing touchdowns (16,633), passing yards per game (5.6), passing TDs per game per game average (6.1), passing efficiency (114.8), passing touchdown percentage (61.9), passing average (4.7), completion percentage (72.5), completion rate (61%), passing yards from scrimmage per game, passing yards allowed per game and passing yards on third down per game.
He is also the only player to lead a franchise in total offense (4,619.7 yards), total offense yards (4 ,827.6 yards), passing offense yards per touchdown (1,764.5) and passing offense touchdowns per touchdown per game to start his career (3,716.9).
Nick Saban , Alabama Crimson Tide head coachSaban was the Crimson Tide’s head coach from 2005-2010 and the Crimson, Tide, and Tide Football Club.
He guided the Crimson to a winning record in each of his first