USA Today Sports Contributor Ranks Dennis Allen Worst Coach In The NFL

USA Today Sports Contributor Ranks Dennis Allen Worst Coach In The NFL

There is no doubt that the New Orleans Saints and Head Coach Dennis Allen have a lot to prove in 2024 with many fans already calling for the coach to be fired due to the lack of success since Allen took over. Well, that may not just be the feel around just the fanbase, but also across the league as well. A USA Today contributor has ranked Dennis Allen as one of the worst current coaches in the NFL.

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Photo by Mike Soileau

The New Orleans Saints will have a completely new offensive game plan in 2024. After 15 seasons with Pete Carmichael as offensive coordinator, the Saints made a move, hiring Klint Kubiak, former San Francisco 49ers passing game coordinator, as their Offensive Coordinator. This looked to be a major hire for DA.

Allen faces a must-win and must-produce season in 2024. To stay, he’ll need to get New Orleans into the postseason, which a division title would undoubtedly help secure.

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It was disappointing to see the team fall short last season in a year when they thought they had the missing pieces sorted out. Faced with a more difficult schedule, it will take a lot of smart coaching to win some of those games and return the Saints to their recent level of success.

There is no doubt that the schedule will be harder as well.  CLICK HERE to view the entire 2024 Saints Schedule.

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On Thursday, a column came out from USA Today contributor Jarrett Bailey with the Touchdown Wire and he ranked Dennis Allen as the WORST Head Coach in the NFL. Here is what Bailey had to say about Dennis Allen and the Saints…

“Dennis Allen is the head coaching version of sitting on a whoopie cushion. The Saints have been dreadfully boring with no sense of direction ever since Sean Payton stepped away. They are 16-18 over their last two seasons and find themselves in quarterback purgatory as Derek Carr is clearly not the future. The Saints’ best option would be to finally blow everything up and begin to rebuild in 2025. It would be three years after they should have done it, but better late than never.”

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