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Glenn, Lou, and Christian are slightly taken aback by Peter King's Monday Morning Quarterback article where Paul Brown, not Bill Belichick is named the greatest Coach of all time.
With a win, Bill Belichick will tie Curly Lambeau for the fourth-most regular-season wins in NFL history with 226. Don Shula has the all-time record with 328. 2. Since J.J. Watt was drafted in 2011, rookie quarterbacks are 3-11 against
steal a phrase, comes even close. Chuck Noll? Great coach who won four championships with virtually the same roster. Don Shula won it all twice in his interminable career, and was 2-4 overall in Super Bowls, including being on the business end of the biggest upset
Three or four playoff games? Doubtful. You know that. I'm never going to be confused with Mike Shula, much less Don Shula , and I know that. You know who else knows that? Bill Belichick. It's simply a myth that Belichick decided to weaken
has won AP Coach of the Year honors three times over the course of his career: 2003, 2007 and 2010. (He only trails Don Shula , who won the award four times.) Frankly, it’s an odd series of choices. Not to suggest he didn’t deserve the award for any of those seasons, but in truth, he went home
his career -- things were almost completely overhauled in Miami from 1995 through 1997, including a change in coach ( Don Shula to Jimmy Johnson). While his teams struggled to find a new offensive identity (Johnson insisted on running the ball
coaches would Jerry Jones have gone through in that span? I'll set the over/under at 3.5 and take the over.) 6. Don Shula Could have easily flipped Landry and Shula here, really, but I'll give Shula the edge because a) he won in two different
While you never say never, it would probably take at least another decade for him to come anywhere near the likes of Don Shula (first, 328 career wins) or George Halas (second with 318 wins). The 64-year-old Belichick, who first went to training camp as an special assistant with the
this stage of his career, it would take a monumental task for him to reach the top two — you never say never, but Don Shula is tops overall with 326 career wins as a head coach, while George Halas is second with 318 career victories. For the
223 wins. He’s only three wins behind Curly Lambeau, who is fourth overall with 226 career coaching victories. Don Shula (328 wins, first), George Halas (318, second) and Tom Landry (250 wins, third) make up the top three. While
tie with the Steelers and Cowboys. Bill Belichick has already coached in six Super Bowls, and would break a tie with Don Shula for most Super Bowl appearances by a coach in history. Shula appeared in one the Colts head coach ( Super Bowl III) and five with
tie with the Steelers and Cowboys. Bill Belichick has already coached in six Super Bowls, and would break a tie with Don Shula for most Super Bowl appearances by a coach in history. Shula appeared in one the Colts head coach (Super Bowl III) and five with