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Belichick, Coughlin 1-2 in NFL Rankings

Matthew Emmons/USA Today

The Mike Rice video made me sick. There's no place in athletics for that kind of abuse.

But I've had my fill of despicable coaching practices for this week. Let's shift focus to exemplary leaders of men, ranking the top coaches in the NFL, Schein Nine style. A nice, feel-good piece that will bring a smile to your face -- unless your coach didn't make the list or you passionately disagree with my order. I'm fascinated to get your take. Hit me on Twitter @AdamSchein.

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