4. Eric Bieniemy
If the Packers are looking to hire an offensive-minded head coach who will provide the team with more offense than it has had in recent years, Bieniemy should be their man. As the offensive coordinator of the Chiefs, Patrick Mahomes threw for 50 touchdowns this season.
Bieniemy will be in hot demand as NFL teams look for a modern day offensive mind, but only one team can sell him on getting to work with Aaron Rodgers. The time is now for the Packers to finally get themselves into the present day on both sides of the ball.
3. John Harbaugh
John Harbaugh has gotten a bad rap in Baltimore. Since their Super Bowl victory in 2013, the Ravens have not come close to getting themselves back to the big game.
Joe Flacco‘s stock has plummeted, and the franchise appears set on moving forward with Lamar Jackson in charge. The offense has changed into a clock-winding, ground-control unit that rides its league-best defense to victory.
Harbaugh has shown an ability to evolve from game to game and has proven to be an exceptional in-game adjuster. The Ravens offense is short on talent, yet they sure seem to maximize every opportunity they have. With Aaron Rodgers under center, the team could elevate to heights unseen with John Harbaugh.