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Ravens’ HC John Harbaugh finishes fourth in AP NFL Coach of the Year voting

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By: glenn erby

John Harbaugh led Baltimore to the best record in the NFL during the regular season, but after an AFC title game loss, he also fell short in coach of the year voting.

The Browns swept the coaching awards, as Jim Schwartz was named AP NFL Assistant Coach of the Year, and Kevin Stefanski joined him as the AP NFL Coach of the Year.

Harbaugh’s 172-109 record is one of the best in NFL history, and despite all the success he’s enjoyed in his 16 years with the organization, including a Super Bowl title in 2012, Harbaugh will enter 2024 under scrutiny after another disappointing finish.

Harbaugh has won just three playoff games in the last 11 seasons, and he’s 3-6 overall after beginning his career with a 9-4 postseason record.

Originally posted on Ravens Wire