Bart Starr and Vince Lombardi. Terry Bradshaw and Chuck Noll. Joe Montana and Bill Walsh.
Great quarterbacks make great coaches.
Or maybe it's the other way around.
Regardless, stroll through the busts in Canton and, with few exceptions, the NFL's Hall of Fame coaches had quarterbacks who were similarly enshrined.
So with this recognition of top-10 coaching performances of the 2014 regular season is the acknowledgment that an outstanding quarterback can make the guy holding the laminated play card look like a genius.
That said, some of the following coaches found a way to win games despite a revolving door of quarterbacks, or with good quarterbacks who went...