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Lots of people out there, both men and women, LOVE football.  It’s action packed, exciting, entertaining, it’s all of those things.  But, if you’re just not into football, Sundays can be very boring and very long, especially if you’re not aware of the Hottest NFL Coaches.

If you’re like me, you enjoy it.  I think I started to really enjoy football when I started playing Fantasy Football.  Fantasy gave me a reason to care about all of the games and not just the Miami Dolphins games, which we all know aren’t always easy to watch.

Now that I pay more attention to the games, I’m finding myself paying even more attention to the sidelines.  Not for the players, but for the coaches!  I mean have you seen some of these coaches?

So, with the Super Bowl approaching this Sunday, I thought, what about all of the people out there who don’t really care about the game?  Do they know what they’re missing out on with these coaches?  And with both the LA Rams and Cincinnati Bengals coaches making the list,  what better time to share?

Now, you’ll have more to look forward to than the epic lineup in this year’s halftime show.

If I’m being honest, there’s no real methodology here, although swagger and presentation did come into play, and apparently it doesn’t hurt to have a beard.  So, without further ado, here is my list of the Top 10 Hottest NFL Coaches:  Ranked.



6 Wilmington Restaurants Featured On Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives

  • Mrs. Robino's Restaurant

    Location:  520 N Union St.,  Wilmington, DE  19805


    Traditional Italian cooking is really about simplicity at its core. It’s about having the freshest, liveliest ingredients, and bringing the flavor out of them through masterful technique. It’s what we’ve been doing for decades at Mrs. Robino’s Restaurant, and it’s our dedication to traditional recipes that seems to keep generations of customers coming back.

  • Luigi Vitrone's Pastabilities

    Location:  415 N. Lincoln St.,  Wilmington, DE  19805


    Since its opening in 1988, Luigi Vitrone’s Pastabilities Restaurant has always been cited as “The Little Jewel of the new Little Italy” and also as one of the very few restaurants in the Brandywine Valley where one can savor the authentic and uncompromising regional Italian cuisine that chef/proprietor Luigi Vitrone has made famous and affordable to all.

  • Maiale Deli & Salumeria: The Sausage King of Delaware

    Location:  3301 Lancaster Pike,  Wilmington, DE  19805


    Maiale believes that the difference between us and the rest are the unique combinations and flavors of sausage and salami.

    We make over 30 different varieties of fresh sausage and over 10 different types of salami.
    We create the best hand crafted salami in Delaware.


  • Locale BBQ Post

    Location:  1715 Delaware Ave.,  Wilmington, DE 19806


    The company began as Wilmington Pickling Company, which was founded by Chef Daniel Sheridan in 2012. The pickles, which started as a hobby on off days, soon began to pick up momentum after becoming available in area grocers such as Jansens and as the official sandwich pickles at restaurants such as Buckleys in Centerville.  Read More


  • Farmer & The Cow

    Location:  412 N. Market St., Wilmington, DE  19801


    We strive to deliver elevated pub fare with our delicious burgers topped with creative ingredients in our rustic, exposed brick downtown eatery.

  • Stoney's Pub

    Location:  3007 Concord Pike, Wilmington, DE  19803


    When in Delaware, this popular local British tavern is always a hit. Be sure to check them out if you’re looking for a great atmosphere, drinks and authentic English food. Of course, the heart of this spot is the beverage selection which stretched deep from whiskey, cider and a long list of beers. 

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