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Andy Reid joins the 150-Win Club for NFL coaches

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Andy Reid (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The Kansas City Chiefs 45-10 win over the Washington Redskins in Week #14 gave their coach Andy Reid his 150th coaching win in the NFL. He becomes the 21st coach to reach that milestone. He is one of a handful of coaches with 150 coaching wins without a Super Bowl championship on his resume (more on that in a moment).

 

Last year we not only had a first with two coaching brothers facing each other in the Super Bowl, but we also had two coaches making their Super Bowl debuts in that February 3rd contest.

 

Baltimore’s John Harbaugh had 54 regular season wins prior to his first Super Bowl coaching assignment, while little brother Jim had 23 wins in his first two seasons at the helm of the 49ers.

 

In the Super Bowl era (since 1966) we have several coaches who have won 70 or more NFL games (regular season and playoffs) but have never made it to the Super Bowl. Topping that list is Marty Schottenheimer who had 205 career wins but never coached in the Super Bowl.

 

Following are the coaches with 70 or more wins who have never coached in the Super Bowl. (Note: Only coaches who coached a majority of their games in the Super Bowl era are included. George Halas (324), Curly Lambeau (229), Paul Brown (222), Steve Owen (153), Sid Gillman (123) and Buddy Parker (107) are just some of the coaches who never won a Super Bowl because there was not a Super Bowl for their teams to play in or during a major portion of their coaching careers.)

 

Coach, wins
Marty Schottenheimer, 205
Chuck Knox, 193
Jim Mora, 125
Norv Turner, 118
Dennis Green, 117
Don Coryell, 114
Ted Marchibroda, 89
Marvin Lewis, 88
Jack Pardee, 88
Bum Phillips, 86
Wade Phillips, 85
Dave Wannstedt, 84
John Robinson, 79
Steve Mariucci, 75
Jack Del Rio, 74
Pete Carroll, 72

 

There have also been a handful of coaches who have made it to the Super Bowl but never won the big game. In fact, there are seven coaches who have won 100 or more NFL games, have coached in the Super Bowl, but have never won a Super Bowl. They are: Dan Reeves (201 wins), Bud Grant (168 wins), Jeff Fisher (159 wins), Marv Levy (154 wins), Andy Reid (150 wins), George Allen (118 wins) and John Fox (111).

 

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Which coach(es) will make his first Super Bowl appearance this year?

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Head coach Bill Belichick of the New England P...

Bill Belichick of the New England Patriots (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick is the only coach of the four whose teams are still left in the NFL playoffs that has gone to the Super Bowl. Belichick’s Patriots have made five Super Bowl appearances.

That means that we will have at least one coach making his Super Bowl debut (either Atlanta’s Mike Smith or San Francisco’s Jim Harbaugh), and if John Harbaugh’s Ravens should defeat the Patriots, we will have two coaches making their Super Bowl debuts on February 3.

In the Super Bowl era (since 1966) we have several coaches who have won 70 or more games but have never made it to the Super Bowl. Topping that list is Marty Schottenheimer who has 200 wins but never coached in the Super Bowl.

Following are the coaches with 70 or more wins who have never coached in the Super Bowl. (Note: Only coaches who coached a majority of their games in the Super Bowl era are included. George Halas (318), Curly Lambeau (226) and Paul Brown (213) are just some of the coaches who never won a Super Bowl because there was not a Super Bowl during their coaching careers.)

Coach, wins
Marty Schottenheimer, 200
Chuck Knox, 186
Jim Mora, 125
Norv Turner, 114
Dennis Green, 113
Don Coryell, 111
Ted Marchibroda, 87
Jack Pardee, 87
Bum Phillips, 82
Wade Phillips, 82
Dave Wannstedt, 82
Marvin Lewis, 79
John Robinson, 75
Jack Del Rio, 73
Steve Mariucci, 72

There have also been a handful of coaches who have made it to the Super Bowl but never won the big game. In fact, there are six coaches who have won 100 or more games, have coached in the Super Bowl, but have never won a Super Bowl. They are: Dan Reeves (190 wins), Bud Grant (158 wins), Jeff Fisher (149 wins), Marv Levy (143), Andy Reid (130) and George Allen (116).

Denver Broncos coach John Fox could join the above list as he has 94 career wins, has coached in the Super Bowl, but has never won the Super Bowl.

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