The NFL draft is a time of excitement, but it's also a time of long days and nights as you prepare for the big weekend. It can be a tough transition for some teams moving from the season into the postseason. However, for teams with stability, that transition can be much easier.
That can't be said for the nine new head coaches (excluding Kansas City's Herm Edwards) this season. The majority of them were hired in late January to early February, giving them only two to three months to put together coaching staffs and prepare for the NFL draft.
While a lot of the new head coaches did a solid job, three really stood out from the others.