Matt LaFleur, head coach of the Green Bay Packers, is always being denigrated.

An admonition follows: During LaFleur's four years with the Green Bay Packers, the team has a 47-19 record. During this time, LaFleur has broken a number of records.During his first three seasons as a head coach,

LaFleur amassed a record-breaking 39 victories. The Packers became the first club in history to post three consecutive seasons with at least 13 victories under his direction.

Between 2019 and 2021, LaFleur never had a losing streak of more than two games in the regular season.

Since LaFleur "had Aaron Rodgers," many have discounted his success.' Not like it would be simple. In Green Bay, Mike McCarthy flourished as a professional.

With Rodgers at quarterback for 11 seasons, McCarthy's Packers won 13 games just once. After taking over a squad that had gone 13-18-1 in the previous two years,

LaFleur led them to a 39-10 record in his first three seasons to establish themselves as a contender in the NFC. In LaFleur's offense, Rodgers won two consecutive MVP awards.

The Packers had a rough year last year, but they never gave up. After starting the season 4-8, many clubs would have given up. However, with LaFleur at the helm, the squad went 4-1 in its final five contests.

The 33rd Team's Ross Tucker ranked every NFL head coach, and LaFleur was 17th on his list.All three of these coaches—Andy Reid, Bill Belichick, and Mike Tomlin—deserve to be at the top of the list.