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List of National Football League head coaches with 50 wins

Don Shula, the all-time leader in regular season wins by a head coach, addresses troops on the USS Ronald Reagan
George Halas was the all-time leader in regular season wins for decades, recording all his victories with the Chicago Bears.

In professional American football, the National Football League (NFL) gives the head coach credit for his team's win–loss record. As of the 2018 season, 103 coaches, about 20%, have won 50 or more games.[1]

Former head coach Don Shula holds the records for most wins with 347 and the most regular season wins with 328. Prior to Shula, the records for most wins and regular season wins were held by Chicago Bears founder George Halas with 318 and 324, which are the most with a single franchise. Bill Belichick has the most regular season wins among active head coaches and holds the record for most playoff wins at 31.

Coaches with most regular season wins in NFL historyEdit

Active Coach
Hall of Fame Coach
Elected to Hall of Fame as a player

Updated through November 11, 2019.

Coaches with 50 or more winsEdit

This sortable table shows the top NFL coaches in order of total wins - regular season plus playoffs. The table also shows every team for which he was a head coach. If two coaches have the same number of wins, the coach with the higher winning percentage is ranked first.

 
Bill Belichick is the current active leader in regular season wins by a head coach.

When sorting teams, coaches are listed in order of wins for that team.

Teams grouped together :

• Arizona, Chicago and St. Louis Cardinals • Los Angeles and St. Louis Rams
• Chicago Bears, Decatur Staleys, Chicago Staleys • New England and Boston Patriots
• Detroit Lions and Portsmouth Spartans • New York Jets and New York Titans (AFL)
• Indianapolis and Baltimore Colts • Oakland and Los Angeles Raiders
• Kansas City Chiefs and Dallas Texans (AFL) • Tennessee Titans, Oilers and Houston Oilers
• Los Angeles and San Diego Chargers • Washington and Boston Redskins

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Bold* and blue denotes an active coach
Winning percentage .600
Winning percentage .700
 0Coach with most wins for team
Bold and green is Hall of Fame Inductee**

Updated through November 11, 2019

Head coaches ranked by total wins, then winning percentage
Rank Coach Seasons Teams Regular
Season
Playoffs Career
wins
Career
losses
Ties Win
Pct
W L W L
1 Don Shula**[2] 1963–1969 Baltimore Colts 71 23 2 3 347 173 6 .665
1970–1995 Miami Dolphins0  257 133 17 14
2 George Halas**[3] 1920–1929
1933–1942
1946–1955
1958–1967
Decatur Staleys /
Chicago Staleys /00 
Chicago Bears
318 148 6 3 324 151 31 .671
3 BelichickBill Belichick*[4] 1991–1995 Cleveland Browns 36 44 1 1 300 135 0 .690
2000–present New England Patriots0  233 80 30 10
4 LandryTom Landry**[5] 1960–1988 Dallas Cowboys0  250 162 20 16 270 178 6 .601
5 LambeauCurly Lambeau**[6] 1921–1949 Green Bay Packers0  209 104 3 2 229 134 22 .623
1950–1951 Chicago Cardinals 7 15
1952–1953 Washington Redskins 10 13
6 Andy Reid*[7] 1999–2012 Philadelphia Eagles0  130 93 10 9 213 142 1 .600
2013–present Kansas City Chiefs 71 35 2 5
7 NollChuck Noll**[8] 1969–1991 Pittsburgh Steelers0  193 148 16 8 209 156 1 .572
8 Marty Schottenheimer[9] 1984–1988 Cleveland Browns 44 27 2 4 205 139 1 .596
1989–1998 Kansas City Chiefs 101 58 3 7
2001 Washington Redskins 8 8
2002–2006 San Diego Chargers 47 33 0 2
9 ReevesDan Reeves[10] 1981–1992 Denver Broncos 110 73 7 6 201 174 2 .536
1993–1996 New York Giants 31 33 1 1
1997–2003 Atlanta Falcons 49 59 3 2
10 KnoxChuck Knox[11] 1973–1977
1992–1994
Los Angeles Rams 69 48 3 5 193 158 1 .550
1978–1982 Buffalo Bills 37 36 1 2
1983–1991 Seattle Seahawks 80 63 3 4
11 Bill Parcells**[12] 1983–1990 New York Giants 77 49 8 3 183 138 1 .570
1993–1996 New England Patriots 32 32 2 2
1997–1999 New York Jets 29 19 1 1
2003–2006 Dallas Cowboys 34 30 0 2
12 Tom Coughlin[13] 1995–2002 Jacksonville Jaguars0  68 60 4 4 182 157 0 .537
2004–2015 New York Giants 102 90 8 3
13 ShanahanMike Shanahan[14] 1988–1989 Los Angeles Raiders 8 12 178 144 0 .553
1996–2008 Denver Broncos0  138 86 8 5
2010–2013 Washington Redskins 24 40 0 1
14 FisherJeff Fisher[15] 1994–2010 Houston Oilers /
Tennessee Oilers /00 
Tennessee Titans
142 120 5 6 178 171 1 .510
2012–2016 St. Louis Rams / Los Angeles Rams 31 45
15 Paul Brown**[A][16] 1950–1962 Cleveland Browns 0  111 44 9 5 175 108 6 .616
1968–1975 Cincinnati Bengals 55 56 0 3
16 Mike Holmgren[17] 1992–1998 Green Bay Packers 75 37 9 5 174 122 0 .588
1999–2008 Seattle Seahawks 86 74 4 6
17 Joe Gibbs**[18] 1981–1992
2004–2007
Washington Redskins0  154 94 17 7 171 101 0 .629
18 Bud Grant**[19] 1967–1983
1985
Minnesota Vikings0  158 96 10 12 168 108 5 .607
19 CowherBill Cowher[20] 1992–2006 Pittsburgh Steelers 149 90 12 9 161 99 1 .619
20 LevyMarv Levy**[21] 1978–1982 Kansas City Chiefs 31 42 154 120 0 .562
1986–1997 Buffalo Bills0  112 70 11 8
21 Owen, SteveSteve Owen**[22] 1931–1953 New York Giants0  151 100 2 8 153 108 17 .581
22 DungyTony Dungy**[23] 1996–2001 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 54 42 2 4 148 79 0 .652
2002–2008 Indianapolis Colts0  85 27 7 6
23 John Fox [24] 2002–2010 Carolina Panthers 73 71 5 3 141 130 0 .520
2011–2014 Denver Broncos 46 18 3 4
2015–2017 Chicago Bears 14 34
24 CarrollPete Carroll*[25] 1994 New York Jets 6 10 139 95 1 .594
1997–1999 New England Patriots 27 21 1 2
2010–present Seattle Seahawks0  96 56 9 6
25 TomlinMike Tomlin*[26] 2007–present Pittsburgh Steelers 130 70 8 7 138 77 1 .641
26 Hank Stram**[27] 1960–1974 Dallas Texans /
Kansas City Chiefs0 
124 76 5 3 136 100 10 .573
1976–1977 New Orleans Saints 7 21
27 McCarthyMike McCarthy[28] 2006–2018 Green Bay Packers 125 77 10 8 135 85 2 .613
28 Weeb Ewbank**[29] 1954–1962 Baltimore Colts 59 52 2 0 134 130 7 .507
1963–1973 New York Jets0  71 77 2 1
29 PaytonSean Payton*[30] 2006–2011
2013–present
New Orleans Saints0  125 76 8 6 133 82 0 .619
30 LewisMarvin Lewis[31] 2003–2018 Cincinnati Bengals 0  131 122 0 7 131 129 3 .504
31 Mike Ditka**[32] 1982–1992 Chicago Bears 106 62 6 6 127 101 0 .557
1997–1999 New Orleans Saints 15 33
32 Dick Vermeil[33] 1976–1982 Philadelphia Eagles 54 47 3 4 126 114 0 .525
1997–1999 St. Louis Rams 22 26 3 0
2001–2005 Kansas City Chiefs 44 36 0 1
33 Mora, JimJim Mora[34] 1986–1996 New Orleans Saints 93 74 0 4 125 112 0 .527
1998–2001 Indianapolis Colts 32 32 0 2
34 SeifertGeorge Seifert[35] 1989–1996 San Francisco 49ers0  98 30 10 5 124 67 0 .649
1999–2001 Carolina Panthers 16 32
35 Sid Gillman**[36] 1955–1959 Los Angeles Rams 28 31 0 1 123 104 7 .541
1960–1969
1971
Los Angeles /
San Diego Chargers0 
86 53 1 4
1973–1974 Houston Oilers 8 15
36 Harbaugh, John John Harbaugh*[37] 2008–present Baltimore Ravens0  111 74 10 6 121 80 0 .602
37 Allen, GeorgeGeorge Allen**[38] 1966–1970 Los Angeles Rams 49 17 0 2 118 54 5 .681
1971–1977 Washington Redskins 67 30 2 5
38 Norv Turner[39] 1994–2000 Washington Redskins 49 59 1 1 118 126 1 .484
2004–2005 Oakland Raiders 9 23
2007–2012 San Diego Chargers 56 40 3 3
39 Dennis Green[40] 1992–2001 Minnesota Vikings 97 62 4 8 117 102 0 .534
2004–2006 Arizona Cardinals 16 32
40 CoryellDon Coryell[41] 1973–1977 St. Louis Cardinals 42 27 0 2 114 89 1 .561
1978–1986 San Diego Chargers 69 56 3 4
41 John Madden**[42] 1969–1978 Oakland Raiders0  103 32 9 7 112 39 7 .731
42 Jon Gruden*[43] 1998–2001
2018–present
Oakland Raiders 47 42 2 2 109 101 0 .519
2002–2008 Tampa Bay Buccaneers0  57 55 3 2
43 Buddy Parker[44] 1949 Chicago Cardinals 6 5 107 76 9 .596
1951–1956 Detroit Lions 47 23 3 1
1957–1964 Pittsburgh Steelers 51 47
44 Vince Lombardi**[45] 1959–1967 Green Bay Packers 89 29 9 1 105 35 6 .740
1969 Washington Redskins 7 5
45 Tom Flores[46] 1979–1987 Oakland /
Los Angeles Raiders
83 53 8 3 105 90 0 .538
1992–1994 Seattle Seahawks 14 34
46 Bill Walsh**[47] 1979–1988 San Francisco 49ers 92 59 10 4 102 63 1 .617
47 SabanLou Saban[48] 1960–1961 Boston Patriots 7 12 97 101 7 .490
1962–1965
1972–1976
Buffalo Bills 68 45 2 2
1967–1971 Denver Broncos 20 42
48 Jack Del Rio [49] 2003–2011 Jacksonville Jaguars 68 71 1 2 94 97 0 .492
2015–2017 Oakland Raiders 25 23 0 1
49 Lovie Smith[50] 2004–2012 Chicago Bears 81 63 3 3 92 90 0 .505
2014–2015 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 8 24
50 Jimmy Johnson[51] 1989–1993 Dallas Cowboys 44 36 7 1 89 68 0 .567
1996–1999 Miami Dolphins 36 28 2 3
51 Ted Marchibroda[52] 1975–1979
1992–1995
Baltimore /
Indianapolis Colts
71 67 2 4 89 102 1 .466
1996–1998 Baltimore Ravens 16 31
52 Jimmy Conzelman**[53] 1921–1922 Rock Island Independents 8 3 88 64 17 .579
1922–1923 Milwaukee Badgers 7 5
1925–1926 Detroit Panthers 12 8
1927–1930 Providence Steam Roller 26 16
1940–1942
1946–1948
Chicago Cardinals 34 31 1 1
53 PardeeJack Pardee[54] 1975–1977 Chicago Bears 20 22 0 1 88 82 0 .518
1978–1980 Washington Redskins 24 24
1990–1994 Houston Oilers 43 31 1 4
54 Gary Kubiak[55] 2006–2013 Houston Texans0  61 64 2 2 87 77 0 .530
2015–2016 Denver Broncos 21 11 3 0
55 Sam Wyche[56] 1984–1991 Cincinnati Bengals 61 66 3 2 87 109 0 .444
1992–1995 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 23 41
56 Phillips, BumBum Phillips[57] 1975–1980 Houston Oilers 55 35 4 3 86 80 0 .518
1981–1985 New Orleans Saints 27 42
57 Brian Billick[58] 1999–2007 Baltimore Ravens 80 64 5 3 85 67 0 .559
58 Jason Garrett *[59] 2010–present Dallas Cowboys 82 63 2 3 84 66 0 .560
59 WannstedtDave Wannstedt[60] 1993–1998 Chicago Bears 40 56 1 1 84 90 0 .483
2000–2004 Miami Dolphins 42 31 1 2
60 Wade Phillips[61] 1985 New Orleans Saints 1 3 83 68 0 .550
1993–1994 Denver Broncos 16 16 0 1
1998–2000 Buffalo Bills 29 19 0 2
2003 Atlanta Falcons 2 1
2007–2010 Dallas Cowboys 34 22 1 2
2013 Houston Texans 0 3
61 Blanton Collier[62] 1963–1970 Cleveland Browns 76 34 3 4 79 38 2 .672
62 Ron Rivera *[63] 2011–present Carolina Panthers0  76 60 3 4 79 64 1 .552
63 John Robinson[64] 1983–1991 Los Angeles Rams0  75 68 4 6 79 74 0 .516
64 Bobby Ross[65] 1992–1996 San Diego Chargers 47 33 3 3 77 68 0 .531
1997–2000 Detroit Lions 27 30 0 2
65 Forrest Gregg**[66] 1975–1977 Cleveland Browns 18 23 77 87 1 .470
1980–1983 Cincinnati Bengals 32 25 2 2
1984–1987 Green Bay Packers 25 37
66 Steve Mariucci[67] 1997–2002 San Francisco 49ers 57 39 3 4 75 71 0 .514
2003–2005 Detroit Lions 15 28
67 NolanDick Nolan[68] 1968–1975 San Francisco 49ers 54 53 2 3 71 85 5 .457
1978–1980 New Orleans Saints 15 29
68 George Wilson[69] 1957–1964 Detroit Lions 53 45 2 0 70 84 8 .457
1966–1969 Miami Dolphins 15 39
69 Smith, MikeMike Smith[70] 2008–2014 Atlanta Falcons0  66 46 1 4 67 50 0 .573
70 Wayne Fontes[71] 1988–1996 Detroit Lions0  66 67 1 4 67 71 0 .486
71 Greasy Neale**[72] 1941–1950 Philadelphia Eagles 63 43 3 1 66 44 5 .596
72 Norm Van Brocklin**[73] 1961–1966 Minnesota Vikings 29 51 66 100 7 .402
1968–1974 Atlanta Falcons 37 49
73 Clark, PotsyPotsy Clark[74] 1931–1936
1940
Portsmouth Spartans /
Detroit Lions
53 25 1 0 65 42 12 .597
1937–1939 Brooklyn Dodgers 11 17
74 Wally Lemm[75] 1961
1966–1970
Houston Oilers 37 38 1 2 65 66 7 .496
1962–1965 St. Louis Cardinals 27 26
75 Rex Ryan[76] 2009–2014 New York Jets 46 50 4 2 65 68 0 .489
2015–2016 Buffalo Bills 15 16
76 Jim Caldwell [77] 2009–2011 Indianapolis Colts 26 22 2 2 64 54 0 .542
2014–2017 Detroit Lions 36 28 0 2
77 Jerry Glanville[78] 1985–1989 Houston Oilers 33 32 2 3 63 73 0 .463
1990–1993 Atlanta Falcons 27 37 1 1
78 Jim Fassel[79] 1997–2003 New York Giants 58 53 2 3 60 56 1 .517
79 JauronDick Jauron[80] 1999–2003 Chicago Bears 35 45 0 1 60 83 0 .420
2005 Detroit Lions 1 4
2006–2009 Buffalo Bills 24 33
80 Sherman, Mike Mike Sherman[81] 2000–2005 Green Bay Packers 57 39 2 4 59 43 0 .578
81 ChamberlinGuy Chamberlin**[82] 1922–1923 Canton Bulldogs 21 0 58 16 7 .759
1924 Cleveland Bulldogs 7 1
1925–1926 Frankford Yellow Jackets 27 8
1927 Chicago Cardinals 3 7
82 Art Shell**[83] 1989–1994
2006
Los Angeles /
Oakland Raiders
56 52 2 3 58 55 0 .513
83 KuharichJoe Kuharich[84] 1952 Chicago Cardinals 4 8 58 81 3 .419
1954–1958 Washington Redskins 26 32
1964–1968 Philadelphia Eagles 28 41
84 Sherman, AllieAllie Sherman[85] 1961–1968 New York Giants 57 51 0 3 57 54 4 .513
85 Ray Flaherty**[86] [B] 1936–1942 Boston / Washington Redskins 54 21 2 2 56 23 3 .701
86 Mike Martz[87] 2000–2005 St. Louis Rams 53 32 3 4 56 36 0 .609
88 Edwards, HermanHerman Edwards[88] 2001–2005 New York Jets 39 41 2 3 56 78 0 .418
2006–2008 Kansas City Chiefs 15 33 0 1
89 Howell, Jim LeeJim Lee Howell[89] 1954–1960 New York Giants 53 27 2 2 55 29 4 .648
87 Chuck Pagano [90] 2012–2017 Indianapolis Colts 53 43 3 3 56 46 0 .549
90 Mike Zimmer *[91] 2014–present Minnesota Vikings 54 35 1 2 55 37 1 .597
91 Burns, JerryJerry Burns[92] 1986–1991 Minnesota Vikings 52 43 3 3 55 46 0 .545
92 Buddy Ryan[93] 1986–1990 Philadelphia Eagles 43 35 0 3 55 58 1 .487
1994–1995 Arizona Cardinals 12 20
93 Ron Meyer[94] 1982–1984 New England Patriots 18 15 0 1 54 52 0 .509
1986–1991 Indianapolis Colts 36 35 0 1
94 Walton, JoeJoe Walton[95] 1983–1989 New York Jets 53 57 1 2 54 59 1 .478
95 Bruce Arians * [96] 2012–2017 Arizona Cardinals0  49 30 1 2 53 38 1 .582
2019–present Tampa Bay Buccaneers 3 6
96 Shaw, Buck Buck Shaw[97][C] 1950–1954 San Francisco 49ers 33 25 53 41 3 .562
1958–1960 Philadelphia Eagles 19 16 1 0
97 Holovak, MikeMike Holovak[98] 1961–1968 Boston Patriots 52 46 1 1 53 48 9 .523
1976 New York Jets 0 1
98 Bart Starr**[99] 1975–1983 Green Bay Packers 52 76 1 1 53 77 3 .410
99 Ken Whisenhunt[100] 2007–2012 Arizona Cardinals 45 51 4 2 52 73 0 .416
2014–2015 Tennessee Titans 3 20
100 Andrews, Roy Roy Andrews[101] 1924–1926 Kansas City Blues/Cowboys 12 15 51 27 4 .646
1927 Cleveland Bulldogs 8 4
1928 Detroit Wolverines 7 2
1929–1930 New York Giants 24 5
1931 Chicago Cardinals 0 1
101 Raymond Berry**[102] 1984-1989 New England Patriots 48 39 3 2 51 41 0 .554
102 Monte Clark[103] 1976 San Francisco 49ers 8 6 51 69 1 .426
1978–1984 Detroit Lions 43 61 0 2
103 Bennett, LeemanLeeman Bennett[104] 1977–1982 Atlanta Falcons 46 41 1 3 51 72 0 .415
1985–1986 Tampa Bay Buccaneers 4 28
Rank Coach Seasons Teams W L W L Career
wins
Career
losses
Ties Win
Pct
Regular
Season
Playoffs
 
Guy Chamberlain won over 75% of his games as a head coach.
 
Tony Dungy turned around the fortunes of both the Tampa Bay Buccaneers & Indianapolis Colts.

NotesEdit

  • A Does not include Paul Brown's four-year AAFC record of 47–4–3.
  • B Does not include Ray Flaherty's four-year AAFC record of 26–16–2.
  • C Does not include Buck Shaw's four-year AAFC record of 38–14–2.

See alsoEdit

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