Submitted by Kelso Sturgeon on Saturday, August 3, 2013 at 2:14 PM
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It goes without saying one must approach the pre-season with caution because of the many unknown factors from game-to-game. The bottom line for handicappers is simple-it's still football, with the major differences from the regular season being:
- The teams quite often scrimmage against one another before they play.
- Coaches reveal their game plans to one another and let one another know what aspect of the game on which they will be working. They even agree there will be no such thing as a "trick" play.
- The history of coaches in the pre-season is a solid guide as to how seriously they take the games and whether they try to win them, or just use them for practice. For instance Washington Redskins coach Mike Shanahan is 49-23 in the preseason and has gone 6-2 over the past two seasons. At the other end of the spectrum is Atlanta Falcons' coach Mike Smith who is 7-13 in the pre-season and 3-6 in those contests the past two years.
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Coaches Reveal Selves From Past Performances
NFL coaches reveal a lot about how they approach pre-season games and here I want to show the records of each in Week 1 of the pre-season. Obviously, coaches who have become head coaches for the first time are not listed here.
The 1st Week Records:
Atlanta (Mike Smith) 1-4
Baltimore (John Harbaugh) 4-1
Cincinnati (Marvin Lewis) 4-7
Dallas (Jason Garrett) 2-0
Denver (John Fox) 7-4
Detroit (Jim Swartz) 2-2
Green Bay (Mike McCarthy) 2-5
Houston (Gary Kubiack) 5-2
Indianapolis (Chuck Pagano) 1-0
Kansas City (Andy Reid) 7-8
Miami (Joe Philbin) 0-1
Minnesota (Leslie Frazier) 0-2
Bill Belichick (New England) 10-4
New Orleans (Sean Payton) 5-4
New York Giants (Tom Coughlin) 4-5
New York Jets (Rex Ryan) 0-4
Oakland (Dennis Allen) 0-1
Pittsburgh (Mike Tomlin) 4-3
Seattle (Pete Carroll) 3-0
San Francisco (Jim Harbaugh) 1-1
St. Louis (Jeff Fisher) 8-7
Tampa Bay (Greg Schiano) 1-0
Tennessee (Mike Munchak) 1-1
Washington (Mike Shanahan) 13-5