Didn't see a thread relating to coaches on the boards, so this is for debate regarding the top coaches in any realm of sports, from American Football, college or pro, to soccer, to basketball, etc. Past or Present. I'll start, with the NFL. Top Overall Coach: Belichick, although the gap is clearly narrowing with the slew of young coaching talent entering the ranks. Arguments could also be made for Parcells and Dungy. Best Young Talent: Eric Mangini of the Jets, Mike Nolan of the Niners, and Sean Payton of the Saints. All three have a no-nonsense aura installed in their programs, with Nolan clearly the strictest, at least according to Kevan Barlow, who labeled him a dictator, I believe. All three are enjoying great success presently, but at least in my opinion, they are three coaches built to last in this league. Most Underappreciated Coach: Jeff Fisher, Tennessee. Even though the past few weeks have been a Fisher lovefest on Sportscenter after his two victories, Fisher has never dropped out of the top tier, even as his success rate in the NFL has declined following the Super Bowl run. The whole McNair debacle put a black eye on the franchise, however the ability to win with a young group whose talent level is not in the NFL's upper echelon is the mark of a great coach. Overrated Coach: Certainly Andy Reid, although he's enduring his bumps and bruises this season. In the past, he had Brad Childress and Jim Johnson running his team, essentially, and an incredible amount of talent that I believe 90 percent of the league's coaches could win with during the Eagles' NFC Championship streak. Under the Radar: Nick Saban, Miami. Watching Saban in the SEC, it was always clear that this guy had bigger and better days ahead of him, and even though Miami has struggled and exploded in streaks in the past two years, Saban has got the humility, discipline, and intelligence to win in the NFL, in my opinion. However, his ability will be tested as Miami's aging defense will slowly be transformed, and of course there's his quarterback situation. I think he'll stay in Miami for a good long while, and at least have a few great playoff runs. Shred my NFL picks, or branch out into baseball, basketball, soccer, whatever. Let the debate begin.