Tom Cable: Good, Better, Best Comparisons with Selected Two-Year Coaches

Posted: 7th November 2009 by Damali Binta Yael in NFL
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Is Tom Cable the best NFL coach during his two-year tenure with the Oakland Raiders? Are others doing better during their two-year tenure? The focus of this article is to do selective comparisons of Tom Cable with other NFL coaches with only two years experience in the head coach position. First, Tom Cable's win-loss percentage is not the worst for a two year career as head coach. In the group studied in this selection, some head coaches had win-loss percentages lower than Cable. Numbers such as .2, .071, .133, .267, .2 are in the list. This series of numbers make Cable look above average with his win-loss percentage of .3, to date. There are other coaches during the history of the NFLáwhose numbers were .667, .588, .458, .842, .469, and .435. This series shows us that the win-loss percen ...

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