There are many ways in which a player’s success in the NFL is measured. One of the most obvious and easiest yardsticks to use are statistics. Each week during the NFL’s regular season we’ve provided updated Top 20 lists for four main statistical categories. Now, with the help from Elias Sports Bureau, we are rolling out our expanded season’s end lists so you can compare today’s stars with the greatest of all-time.

1 Don Shula* 347  

Career Notes:
New York Giants coach Tom Coughlin just completed his 16th season as a head coach. He finished the 2011 season with a 9-7 regular season record and a Super Bowl championship. Coughlin also reached a milestone in his career  when he tied Hall of Fame coach Marv Levy for 17th all-time with 154 wins.

WIN TOTAL INCLUDES PLAYOFFS

* Pro Football Hall of Fame member
Italics - players active during 2011 season
Top 20 lists courtesy of Elias Sports Bureau

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2 George Halas* 324
3 Tom Landry* 270
4 Curly Lambeau* 229
5 Chuck Noll* 209
6 Marty Schottenheimer 205
7 Dan Reeves 201
8 Chuck Knox 193
9 Bill Belichick 192
10 Bill Parcells 183
11 Mike Holmgren 174
12 Joe Gibbs* 171
13 Paul Brown* 170
14 Bud Grant* 168
15 Mike Shanahan 165
16 Bill Cowher 161
17T Marv Levy* 154
17T Tom Coughlin 154
19 Steve Owen* 153
20 Tony Dungy 148