Vote: NFL Coach of the Year

Who is the NFL MVP? Offensive and Defensive Player of the Year? Coach of the Year? Help us decide.

Updated: December 4, 2002, 11:34 AM ET

Read through the five candidates below for Coach of the Year and cast your vote in the poll on the left-hand side of the page.

CANDIDATES FOR NFL COACH OF THE YEAR

Tony Dungy
Head Coach
Indianapolis Colts
Indianapolis Colts

2002-2003 SEASON STATISTICS
W L TIE HOME ROAD
8 4 0 4-2 4-2
Tony Dungy
Tony Dungy was brought to Indianapolis to fix the NFL's worst defense and so far he's succeeded. After giving up 30.4 points per game last season and finishing 6-10, the Colts are 8-4 right now and giving up an AFC-low 17.2 points per game.

Andy Reid
Head Coach
Philadelphia Eagles
Philadelphia Eagles

2002-2003 SEASON STATISTICS
W L TIE HOME ROAD
9 3 0 6-1 3-2
Andy Reid
The Eagles were expected to be one of the best teams in the NFC, but they weren't expected to do it without Donovan McNabb. Since McNabb went down two weeks ago with a broken ankle, the Eagles have won two straight and are the current front-runners for homefield in the NFC playoffs.
Dan Reeves
Head Coach
Atlanta Falcons
Atlanta Falcons
2002-2003 SEASON STATISTICS
WIN LOSS TIE HOME ROAD
8 3 1 4-2 4-1-1
Dan Reeves
At the beginning of the year the odds were probably better than even that Reeves would be out of a job at the end of the season. With a new owner (Arthur Blank), who didn't hire Reeves, his days looked numbered. Now, the Falcons are 8-3-1 and poised to make the playoffs.
Marty Schottenheimer
Head Coach
San Diego Chargers
San Diego Chargers
2002-2003 SEASON STATISTICS
W L TIE HOME ROAD
8 4 0 5-1 3-3
Marty Schottenheimer
After getting fired following his first season with the Redskins (8-8), Schottenheimer is having the last laugh. Hired by a Chargers team that finished 5-11 last season, Schottenheimer has the Chargers in the top spot in the AFC West.
Mike Sherman
Head Coach
Green Bay Packers
Green Bay Packers
2002-2003 SEASON STATISTICS
W L TIE HOME ROAD
9 3 0 6-0 3-3
Mike Sherman
The Packers have been bitten by the injury bug as much as any team in the NFL this season. Add in an entirely new corps of starting wide receivers and Sherman deserves some recognition.

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