Who’s the best head coach in the history of NFL? Let’s dive in the list.
1. Bill Belichick, New England Patriots
Nobody remembers Bill Belichick’s tenure in Cleveland but he will forever be remembered for his legendary role as the head coach of the New England Patriots with nine Super Bowl appearances and six Lombardi Trophies to his credit. He also won an incredible 17 division titles as well as 31 postseason games.
2. Vince Lombardi, Green Bay Packers
The NFL championship trophy is named after Vince Lombardi, which can tell you almost everything you need to know about his legacy. Under his guidance, the Green Bay Packers won up to five championships in nine seasons, including the first two Super Bowls.
3. Don Shula, Miami Dolphins
Don Shula is the only head coach in the history of NFL with a perfect season on record. Under his guidance, the Miami Dolphins won all games during the famous 1972 season. The head coach also went to six Super Bowls and won two of them. No coach has won more games than the late, great Shula!
4. George Halas, Chicago Bears
The Monsters of the Midway, Chicago Bears, thrived under the guidance of George Halas, who led the franchise for a stunning during four decades. Papa Bear Halas was the league’s winningest coach till Don Shula passed him by. Halas won six championships during his legendary career with the NFC Championship Trophy bearing his name.
5. Bill Walsh, San Francisco 49ers
Many of the best present NFL offenses implement the “West Coast” offensive philosophies that was developed by Bill Walsh, who helped mold two Hall of Fame quarterbacks as well as destroyed NFL defenses for years. Having won three Super Bowls and changed the game of football forever, Walsh is widely known as the most innovative offensive mind of his generation.