Pete Carroll (Seattle Seahawks) Carroll has had some of the biggest upsets in NFL history.
He was the first coach to win Super Bowls in Atlanta, Seattle, and Green Bay, and he was the one who made the Raiders into a playoff contender before the NFL’s collective bargaining agreement went into effect.
After a tumultuous, five-year run with the Falcons, Carroll went to the NFL.
He won a Super Bowl with the Seattle Seahawks in 2016.
Carroll was fired by the Seattle team in January.
After five years of trying to get back to the Super Bowl, Carroll is now coaching his third team in five years.
Mike Shanahan (Atlanta Falcons) Shanahan has had a great run as head coach of the New York Giants.
The Falcons made it to the NFC Championship Game twice in the past decade, and the franchise is in its third season under Shanahan’s direction.
The first Super Bowl appearance came in 2015, and Shanahan has the Giants ranked third in the NFL in total offense.
He has the NFL record for wins with five in a season, and this season the Giants have scored an NFL-record 27,000 points.
Shanahan has led the Giants to the playoffs in seven of the past eight seasons, including three division titles.
John Harbaugh (Baltimore Ravens) Harbaugh has won four Super Bowl titles, and in his tenure he has built a powerhouse team.
He coached the Ravens to three consecutive AFC Championship Games, as well as a Super-Bowl appearance in 2014.
Harbaugh is in his fourth season as a head coach and has won three division championships.
Mike Zimmer (Minnesota Vikings) Zimmer is in the final year of his contract with the Vikings.
Zimmer has a team that has won five straight division titles, including two NFC Championship Games.
Mike Tannenbaum (Baltimore Colts) Tann, who coached the Indianapolis Colts to a Super, and has the franchise with the longest active winning streak at six seasons.
Bill Belichick (New England Patriots) Belichick has been in the public eye for years now, and his team has won 11 of the last 15 Super Bowl championships.
The Patriots have won the past four Superbowls.
Nick Saban (Alabama Crimson Tide) Saban has won two SEC Championships with the Tide.
Saban also has the No. 1-ranked defense in the country.
He is a former coach of two Super Bowl teams.
Doug Marrone (Tennessee Titans) Marrone has won seven consecutive Super Bowl rings with the Titans.
Mike Mularkey (Kansas City Chiefs) The Chiefs have won six straight Super Bowl Champions.
Mularkeys success in the coaching profession is unprecedented, and Mularki has won six Super Bowl Rings.
Jeff Fisher (Jacksonville Jaguars) Fisher has a reputation for being a headhunter, and as the head coach for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers since 2005, Fisher has been the man at the top of the coaching tree.
Fisher won four championships with the Buccaneers.
Bill O’Brien (Houston Texans) O’Briens tenure has been successful in every way, but it’s been one of the most controversial seasons in franchise history.
The Texans have gone to five straight AFC Championship games, including one in the playoffs.
Joe Paterno (Penn State Nittany Lions) Paterna has been at Penn State for over half a century, and that tenure has included two SuperBowls.
Paterne is in 11th place in the all-time winning percentage in the Big Ten, and is a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Bruce Arians (Arizona Cardinals) Arians has won at least two Superbowls in every season of his career, and since being fired by Cleveland in 2012, the Cardinals have won seven straight.
John Fox (Dallas Cowboys) Fox has been a head-coaching legend for more than half a decade.
He went to five Super Bowl seasons and has never been a losing team.
Chris Petersen (Washington Huskies) Petersen has won eight consecutive Pac-12 titles, the most in program history.
Petersen is the only coach in school history to win two Pac-10 titles.
Dan Mullen (Utah State Aggies) Mullen is in just his fourth year as a coach, and Mullen has one of college football’s top programs.
He’s in his second season as the Utah State Aggie head coach, having led the Aggies to a bowl game in his first season.
Nick Caserio (Michigan State Spartans) Caserino has won 10 straight Big Ten championships, and Casero has been to the national title game five times.
Caserinos tenure at Michigan State has been very successful.
Cascares first bowl win came in 2018.
Bill Walsh (Michigan Wolverines) Walsh is the most successful coach in the history of