Summary: If you played the first NFL Head Coach and hated it, you are not alone. This is game is nothing like that game. Which immediately is why this game better. Ok, so the game is 5 years old soon to be 6. If you like the Colts, Tony Dungy and Peyton Manning, you can get rid of both of them try your luck with Matt Ryan or Joe Flacco leading the Colts. Put Ray Lewis on your Colts. You are the head coach or choose your own.
Summary: This is easily the most addictive of the EA Sports Madden-like games. In it's primary feature, the game simulates 22 years of a head coaching / general manager career. You will need a little bit of time to understand all the screens and interfaces but soon enough you will find them to be second nature.
Summary: Unlike Madden and NFL 2k11, this game is for those who want to COACH an NFL team and not necessarily control individual players. It also includes management of the salary camp of a team, the draft, free agency acquisition of players, etc. If you really like the management side of the NFL, this is an excellent game for that part of the game.
Summary: You get exactly what the title says, to play as a head coach. In career mode, you handle everything from calling the plays (not playing it out like on Madden however), to working on contracts with players, hiring new coaches, scouting and drafting new players. Keeping your approval rating up sounds like a hard thing to do but is actually incredibly easy. Overall, a very fun game if you have the time to put in.
Summary: I loved this game because I love Pro Football. It is easy to play and you can take a team to the promise land that would normally never have a chance to go there. I also like that you get to make all of the big decisions that can make or break a team.
Summary: I love how the game is realistic. awsome graphics. it has it pluses and negatives only a couple though compared to head coach for ps2. I wish you could to the daily practices like on the other one but it is a really sweet game