Sure, there may be a list of the hottest NFL coaching candidates to land the role next season, but there’s also a new ranking of which of the current coaches are soaring. seriously.
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Ahead of Sunday’s outing against the Vikings, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers stunned with pride in her pre-game outfit, a T-shirt containing coach Matt LaFleur’s mug with the very important PSA: “Our coach is hotter than you.”
This special moment gave rise to a survey for the ages, “NFL Head Coach Hotness Poll,” Which has since taken over Twitter. The methodology, according to a disclaimer at the bottom of the chart, “ranks a survey of 316 women by how ‘hot’ each NFL head coach is on a scale of 1 to 10 based on the first ten photos returned by Google Images.”
Reddit user found codesherpa LaFleur’s initial assessment of Rodgers was correct, as he took the top spot, followed by Dolphins coach Brian Flores and rookie Jets coach Robert Saleh. Cardinals’ Cliff Kingsbury and Steelers coach Mike Tomlin rounded out the top five.
Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy and Vikings Mike Zimmer fell into the bottom five, along with Ron Rivera of the Washington football team and Matt Roulette of the Panthers. Denver coach Vic Fangio finished last, according to the poll.
Unsurprisingly, there were some differences as to where certain coaches were ranked.
“Dan Campbell must be at least a Top 7,” one user said Lions coach, who came in at number 12.
“Uh, how’s he in the bottom 10??” caught another Colts coach Frank Reich, who finished 27th.
Meanwhile, another fan rated where Patriots coach Bill Belichick ranked in comparison to the Browns’ Kevin Stefanski.
“NFL Coach Hotness Poll: Belichick A Click Behind Stefanski Is Unexpected But… Look At Andy Reid’s Move!” user added of the head coach.
For Packers fans, they seemed to accept Rodgers’ initial message about LaFleur.
“She’s not wrong. Love it,” wrote one earlier on Instagram, while another then declared, “Our coach is literally Ryan Reynolds.”