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November 2001

November 2001


Leader of the Pack

Marvin Lewis stands at the head of the class of new head coaches for 2002
by: Steve Silverman
© November 2001

The door was open for Marvin Lewis last winter - at least for a few days.

Shortly after the Ravens demolished the Giants in Super Bowl XXXV, Lewis had the chance to interview for the Buffalo Bills head coaching job. Blow their doors off and he'd get the opportunity to run his own franchise. Sure, there was the matter of competition from Tennessee defensive coordinator Gregg Williams and N.Y. Giant defensive coordinator John Fox, but it was Lewis who was thought to be in the driver's seat.

And he deserved to be. The Ravens were world champions and Lewis would get more credit for the title than any other defensive coordinator since Buddy Ryan game-planned the 1985 Chicago Bears' defense. The Ravens weren't just competing with the best teams in the NFL last year - they were competing with the best teams in history. Their defense ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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