2012 Finalists comparative stats: Coaches - W-L-T


Bill Parcells is the only coach in NFL history to lead four different teams to the playoffs. He guided the Giants to victories in Super Bowls XXI and XXV. Twice named Coach of the Year, he would become the 23rd coach overall and just the 16th head coach of the modern era, to earn election to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Here is how he compares to the coaches in Canton already.
 

Win-Loss-Tie | Championships


     
Coach Teams Yrs W L T Pct W L Pct W L T Pct
Bill Parcells Career 19 172 130 1 .570 11 8 .579 183 138 1 .570
  1983-1990 Giants   77 49 1 .610 8 3 .727 85 52 1 .620
  1993-96 Patriots   32 32 0 .500 2 2 .500 34 34 0 .500
  1997-99 Jets   29 19 0 .604 1 1 .500 30 20 0 .600
  2003-06 Cowboys   34 30 0 .531 0 2 .000 34 32 0 .515
                           
Coaches in the Pro Football Hall of Fame
Coach Teams Yrs W L T Pct W L Pct W L T Pct
George Allen Career 12 116 47 5 .705 2 7 .222 118 54 5 .681
  1966-1970 Rams   49 17 4 .729 0 2 .000 49 19 4 .708
  1971-77 Redskins   67 30 1 .689 2 5 .268 69 35 1 .662
                           
Paul Brown Career 25 213 104 9 .667 9 8 .529 222 112 9 .660
  1946-1962 Browns   158 48 8 .757 9 5 .643 167 53 8 .750
  1968-1975 Bengals   55 56 1 .496 0 3 .000 55 59 1 .483
                           
Guy Chamberlin Career 6 58 16 7 .759       58 16 7 .759
  1922-23 Canton   21 0 3 .938       21 0 3 .938
  1924 Cleveland   7 1 1 .833       7 1 1 .833
  1925-26 Frankford   27 8 2 .757       27 8 2 .757
  1927 Cardinals   3 7 1 .318       3 7 1 .318
                           
Jimmy Conzelman Career 15 87 63 17 .572 1 1 .500 88 64 17 .571
  1921-22 Rock Island   8 3 1 .708       8 3 1 .708
  1922-23 Milwaukee   7 5 3 .567       7 5 3 .567
  1925-26 Detroit   12 8 4 .583       12 8 4 .583
  1927-1930 Providence   26 16 6 .604       26 16 6 .604
  1940-42 Cardinals   8 22 3 .288       8 22 3 .288
  1946-48 Cardinals   26 9 0 .743 1 1 .500 27 10 0 .730
                           
Weeb Ewbank Career 20 130 129 7 .502 4 1 .800 134 130 7 .507
  1954-1962 Colts   59 52 1 .531 2 0 1.000 61 52 1 .539
  1963-1973 Jets   71 77 6 .481 2 1 .667 73 78 6 .484
                           
Ray Flaherty Career 11 80 37 5 .676 2 4 .333 82 41 5 .660
  1936-1942 Redskins   54 21 3 .712 2 2 .500 56 23 3 .701
  1946-48 NY Yankees (AAFC)   22 8 2 .719 0 2 .000 22 10 2 .676
  1949 Chicago (AAFC)   4 8 0 .333       4 8 0 .333
                           
Joe Gibbs Career 12 124 60 0 .674 16 5 .762 140 65 0 .683
  1981-1992 Redskins                        
                           
Sid Gillman Career 18 122 99 7 .550 1 5 .167 123 104 7 .541
  1955-59 Rams   28 31 1 .475 0 1 .000 28 32 1 .467
  1960-69 Chargers   82 47 6 .630 1 4 .200 83 51 6 .614
  1971 Chargers   4 6 0 .400       4 6 0 .400
  1973-74 Oilers   8 15 0 .348       8 15 0 .348
                           
Bud Grant Career 18 158 96 5 .620 10 12 .455 168 108 5 .607
  1967-1983 Vikings   151 87 5 .632 10 12 .455 161 99 5 .617
  1985 Vikings   7 9 0 .438       7 9 0 .438
                           
George Halas Career 40 318 148 31 .671 6 3 .667 324 151 31 .671
  1920-29 Staleys/Bears   84 31 19 .698       84 31 19 .698
  1933-1942 Bears   84 22 4 .782 4 2 .667 88 24 4 .776
  1946-1955 Bears   75 42 2 .639 1 1 .500 76 43 2 .636
  1958-1967 Bears   75 53 6 .582 1 0 1.000 76 53 6 .585
                           
Curly Lambeau Career 33 226 132 22 .624 3 2 .600 229 134 22 .623
  1921-1949 Packers   209 104 21 .657 3 2 .600 212 106 21 .656
  1950-51 Cardinals   7 15 0 .318       7 15 0 .318
  1952-53 Redskins   10 13 1 .438       10 13 1 .438
                           
Tom Landry Career 29 250 162 6 .605 20 16 .556 270 178 6 .601
  1960-1988 Cowboys                        
                           
Marv Levy Career 17 143 112 0 .561 11 8 .579 154 120 0 .562
  1978-1982 Chiefs   31 42 0 .425       31 42 0 .425
  1986-1997 Bills   112 70 0 .615 11 8 .579 123 78 0 .612
                           
Vince Lombardi Career 10 96 34 6 .728 9 1 .900 105 35 6 .740
  1959-1967 Packers   89 29 4 .746 9 1 .900 98 30 4 .758
  1969 Redskins   7 5 2 .571       7 5 2 .571
                           
John Madden Career 10 103 32 7 .759 9 7 .750 112 39 7 .739
  1969-1978 Raiders                        
                           
Greasy Neale Career 10 63 43 5 .590 3 1 .750 66 44 5 .596
  1941-1950 Eagles                        
                           
Chuck Noll Career 23 193 148 1 .566 16 8 .667 209 156 1 .572
  1969-1991 Steelers                        
                           
Steve Owen Career 23 151 100 17 .595 2 8 .200 153 108 17 .581
  1931-1953 Giants                        
                           
Don Shula Career 33 328 156 6 .676 19 17 .528 347 173 6 .665
  1963-69 Colts   71 23 4 .745 2 3 .400 73 26 4 .728
  1970-1995 Dolphins   257 133 2 .658 17 14 .548 274 147 2 .650
                           
Hank Stram Career 17 131 97 10 .571 5 3 .625 136 100 10 .573
  1960-1974 Texans/Chiefs   124 76 10 .614 5 3 .625 129 79 10 .615
  1976-77 Saints   7 21 0 .250       7 21 0 .250
                           
Bill Walsh Career 10 92 59 1 .609 10 4 .714 102 63 1 .617
  1979-1988 49ers                        

Recent Comments
  • Michael Burke - January 28 2012 09:15 PM

    Hi! - My name is Michael Burke - I am a huge NFL fan from the 1960's to today - I think that there should more senior nominees selected to the Hall of Fame every except two - A lot of players from the pre-1987 era are being left out - Like Jerry Kramer, Ken Anderson, Billy (Whiteshoes)Johnson, Ken Stabler, Cliff Branch, Terry Metcalf, Riley Odoms, Tom Jackson, Randy Gradishar, Rick Upchurch, Louis Wright, Phil Villapiano, Curley Culp, Otis Taylor, Dan Pastorini, Isaac Curtis, John Brockington, Steve Bartkowski, Robert Brazile, L. C. Greenwoood, and on and on. - This way, more of these players I mentioned and others should be considered and enshrined in the Hall of Fame - Your people are welcome to contact me at michael.burke97@yahoo.com, or by phone at 720-236-8965 - Thank you very much.

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  • Norm - January 11 2012 04:23 PM

    My math shows the career regular season % to be: 0.5695 rounded to 0.570. I have no claim to modern math however!

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  • John - January 11 2012 01:40 PM

    Is your career regular season % correct? .569 or .579?

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