NFL Coaches with the Most Wins

Try to name the NFL head coaches who have won the most regular season games.
Through 2021
We give you the team with whom they recorded the most wins
Yellow cells indicate active coaches
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Last updated: January 9, 2022
First submittedOctober 9, 2012
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Wins
Primary Team
Head Coach
328
Dolphins
Don Shula
318
Bears
George Halas
290
Patriots
Bill Belichick
250
Cowboys
Tom Landry
232
Eagles
Andy Reid
226
Packers
Curly Lambeau
200
Chiefs
Marty Schottenheimer
193
Steelers
Chuck Noll
190
Broncos
Dan Reeves
186
Seahawks
Chuck Knox
173
Titans
Jeff Fisher
172
Giants
Bill Parcells
170
Broncos
Mike Shanahan
170
Giants
Tom Coughlin
166
Browns
Paul Brown
161
Packers
Mike Holmgren
158
Vikings
Bud Grant
Wins
Primary Team
Head Coach
154
Redskins
Joe Gibbs
152
Steelers
Mike Tomlin
150
Seahawks
Pete Carroll
150
Saints
Sean Payton
151
Giants
Steve Owen
149
Steelers
Bill Cowher
143
Bills
Marv Levy
142
Packers
Mike McCarthy
139
Colts
Tony Dungy
137
Ravens
John Harbaugh
133
Panthers
John Fox
131
Chiefs
Hank Stram
131
Bengals
Marvin Lewis
130
Jets
Weeb Ewbank
121
Bears
Mike Ditka
120
Eagles
Dick Vermeil
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Level 41
Dec 21, 2012
Fun
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Level 49
Feb 1, 2015
missed a lot cause I can't spell .. or got the wrong last name. like for Marv Levy I put Lewis :(
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Level 67
Oct 11, 2015
Paul Brown under 50%. Guess the team being named for you is not enough of a hint!
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Level 48
Oct 29, 2015
Too bad Paul Brown actually has 213 wins, and is 6th all time. I don't know where they got 166?
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Level ∞
Jan 10, 2016
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_National_Football_League_head_coaches_with_50_wins
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Level 84
Jan 1, 2019
Brown's first four seasons were in the AAFC, not the NFL.
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Level 33
Nov 29, 2016
I FORGOT BELICHICK. WHO AM I?????
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Level 33
Nov 29, 2016
And honestly, I thought Lombardi was going to make the list. I typed his name at least 1,000 times before trying Lambeau
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Level 73
Jan 20, 2022
And then there's the guy who tries Lombardi, is confused by his absence, and then never bothers with Lambeau, because of a gross misconception of how long each of them were at the helm.
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Level 86
Jan 19, 2022
Tom Brady?
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Level 72
Nov 21, 2017
Could not spell Marty's last name, also couldn't spell Dungee's name correctly either.
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Level 83
Dec 31, 2018
Might be worth noting that your numbers include games played outside the NFL (i.e., between 2 AFL teams prior to 1970).
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Level 66
Jan 19, 2022
The NFL recognizes all history and records from the AFL (as a result of the merger).
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Level 73
Jan 20, 2022
It would still be worth pointing out. As a huge Chiefs fan, I almost didn't put Hank Stram (and was saved only because it couldn't have been anyone else).
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Level 84
Jan 1, 2019
Marvin Lewis is technically no longer an active coach. I suppose it's possible another franchise picks him up, though I think it would be far more likely as a coordinator then as a head coach.
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Level ∞
Jan 1, 2019
Updated
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Level 37
Jan 12, 2019
Better check on Andy Reid again. The total AND the current team.
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Level 67
Jan 12, 2019
It's the team he has the most wins with, not his current team. Andy Reid coached the Eagles for like 14 years and he has coached the Chiefs for like 7, so it's a good bet he has more wins with the Eagles, especially since he had them in the playoffs almost every year.
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Level ∞
Jan 4, 2021
And yet they still hated him. Wonder how they feel about Andy Reid now :)
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Level 73
Jan 21, 2022
130 with the Eagles and 103 with the Chiefs. Two more seasons might flip the label.
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Level 67
Jan 12, 2019
Mike Shanahan went to my high school (long before my time). Only reason I remember his name.
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Level 83
Jan 12, 2019
I only got Ditka
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Level 72
Jan 12, 2019
haha, his name's WEEB
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Level 32
Jan 13, 2019
How to be an NFL head coach: Be named Mike or Bill.
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Level 54
Jan 19, 2022
Ain't that the truth
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Level 65
Sep 2, 2019
I predict Pete Carroll to jump 5 spots this season to 132 wins.
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Level ∞
Dec 29, 2019
Close. He is now at 133 wins. Seems like he is a lock for 10 wins a season from now until he retires or Russell Wilson is no longer the Seahawks quarterback.
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Level 62
Jan 19, 2022
That comment did not age well. Nor has Carroll.
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Level 89
Dec 30, 2019
Jim Mora?
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Level 83
Jan 13, 2020
Playoffs? PLAYOFFS??!!
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Level 64
Jan 19, 2022
You kiddin' me?! Playoffs!?
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Level 67
Jan 19, 2022
Mike McCarthy is a current coach. He should have the yellow box.
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Level 62
Jan 19, 2022
All the evidence suggests, however, that he stopped coaching about five years ago. Not that Jerry cares.
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Level 66
Jan 19, 2022
Perhaps Redskins should be updated to my favorite name in the NFL: "Football Team"
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Level 54
Jan 19, 2022
They're getting a new name in February. Lets hope for something decent.
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Level 64
Jan 19, 2022
i just call them the Washington Reskins
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Level 65
Jan 19, 2022
Jim Mora and Sid Gillman have more wins than Ditka, Mccarthy is an active Coach (on paper at least)
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Level 63
Jan 19, 2022
I only knew Bill Belichick, thanks to South Park.
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Level 58
Jan 19, 2022
Just echoing that Jim Mora has 125 career wins as a head coach and Mike McCarthy is still active as well.
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Level 50
Jan 19, 2022
Jeff Fisher. The 7-9 coach.
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Level 66
Jan 19, 2022
Considering is career record is over .500, perhaps a 9-7 label is the more appropriate. But I see where you're coming from.
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Level 53
Jan 20, 2022
Mike McCarthy is still active as Dallas's head coach (as of this comment)