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Coaching jobs change more often than positional players. Here’ s a look at what each current coach’s mark is with their current team. Of course, the teams with a new coach won’t be part of the focus.
Arizona Cardinals: Kliff Kingsbury
Kliff Kingsbury went 5-10-1 in his first season with the Cardinals. The former Texas Tech coach hopes to break a run that has not seen him have a winning season since 2015.
Atlanta Falcons: Dan Quinn
Dan Quinn has been the Falcons head coach since 2015. He’s 43-37 in the regular season, and 3-2 in the playoffs.
Baltimore Ravens: John Harbaugh
John Harbaugh followed Brian Billick in Baltimore. In 12 seasons, Harbaugh is 118-74, a .615 winning percentage. His playoff mark is 10-7 with one Super Bowl victory.
Buffalo Bills: Sean McDermott
Sean McDermott has turned the Bills around. He has been the head coach in Buffalo for three seasons, with a 25-23 overall mark. McDermott’s teams have been to the playoffs twice, losing both games.
Chicago Bears: Matt Nagy
Matt Nagy heads into this season with a 20-12 overall mark in two campaigns with Chicago. The problem is the team regressed from 12-4 in his first year to 8-8. Nagy is 0-1 in the playoffs, the infamous “double-doink” loss to Philly.
Cincinnati Bengals: Zac Taylor
Zac Taylor left a gig as quarterbacks coach for the Rams and headed to Cincinnati. His rookie season in 2019 was rough, er, brutal. Taylor and the Bengals were 2-14. He has to be hoping Joe Burrow leads a huge turnaround.
Denver Broncos: Vic Fangio
It took a long while for Vic Fangio to get his first crack as a head coach. His Broncos were in a lot of games in 2019, but wound up on the short end many times. Overall, Denver finished at 7-9.
Detroit Lions: Matt Patricia
Matt Patricia heads into a critical season with the Detroit Lions. The former Patriots assistant is 9-22-1 in his first two years. It would be a good idea for him to match that overall win total in 2020.
Green Bay Packers: Matt LaFleur
Matt LaFleur’s rookie season was dazzling. It helps to have Aaron Rodgers at QB. Still, a 13-3 mark and a 1-1 postseason is a great foundation for the future in Green Bay.
Houston Texans: Bill O’Brien
Bill O’Brien heads into Season 7 with the Houston Texans. He has five winning marks in the first six campaigns, going 4-12 in 2017. O’Brien’s overall record as head coach in Houston is 52-44.
Indianapolis Colts: Frank Reich
Frank Reich got off to a fast start in his first season as a head coach, going 10-6 in 2018. A 7-9 mark followed, and that leaves the boss in Indy at 17-15.
Jacksonville Jaguars: Doug Marrone
Doug Marrone is another coach with a lot on the line in 2020. He is 22-28 in three-plus seasons with Jacksonville. However, the last two have gone 11-21.
Kansas City Chiefs: Andy Reid
Andy Reid has his Super Bowl ring as he heads into Year 8 in Kansas City. The coach of the Chiefs is 77-35, an impressive .688 winning percentage.
Las Vegas Raiders: Jon Gruden
Jon Gruden and the Raiders head to a new home in Las Vegas. His second tenure as coach of the Silver & Black has gotten off to an inconsistent start. After two seasons, Gruden is 11-21. In his first run as head coach of Oakland, he was 16-16 after two years.
Los Angeles Chargers: Anthony Lynn
Anthony Lynn is 26-22 in three seasons as head coach of the Chargers. The biggest issue is 11 of those losses came in 2019, after a 12-win season the year before.
Los Angeles Rams: Sean McVay
Sean McVay was the Golden Guy for two seasons in Los Angeles, going 24-8. Things came down to earth in 2019 with a 9-7 mark. One of the big storylines in 2020: to see if the McVay Magic returns.
Miami Dolphins: Brian Flores
Not often a 5-11 mark is impressive. However, Brian Flores’ rookie season was just that. The Dolphins were being clobbered week after week, falling to 0-7. Flores kept the team together and they won five of their final nine.
Minnesota Vikings: Mike Zimmer
Mike Zimmer is coaching at an almost .600 winning percentage in his first six seasons, going 57-38-1. He is 2-3 in the postseason.
New England Patriots: Bill Belichick
Bill Belichick is among the elite NFL coaches in history. He took over the Patriots in 2000 and has gone 237-83 (.741). That includes 17 straight 10-or-more win seasons. He is 30-11 in the postseason as New England coach.
New York Jets: Adam Gase
The Jets have a history of coaches with sub-.500 marks. Adam Gase is off to a similar start, going 7-9 in his first season.
Phlladelphia Eagles: Doug Pederson
Doug Pederson, like his mentor Andy Reid, has a Super Bowl ring. The Eagles coach heads into Season 5 with a 38-26 mark. He also is 4-2 in the postseason.
Pittsburgh Steelers: Mike Tomlin
Another coach who has had a long and strong run with one team is Pittsburgh’s Mike Tomlin. The Steelers coach heads into his 14th season with a mark of 133-74-1. He is 8-7 in the postseason, with one Super Bowl ring.
San Francisco 49ers: Kyle Shanahan
Kyle Shanahan got the 49ers to the Super Bowl in his third season. There was a giant turnaround as Shanahan went 10-22 in his first two seasons before going 13-3 in 2019. The Niners are 2-1 in the postseason under Shanahan.
Seattle Seahawks: Pete Carroll
Pete Carroll has had a great run in Seattle. He’s heading into Season 11 with the Seahawks, and has gone 100-59-1. Overall in the postseason with Seattle, Carroll is 10-7 with one Super Bowl crown.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Bruce Arians
Bruce Arians picks up Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski for Year 2 in Tampa Bay. He was 7-9 in his first season, and much more is expected in 2020.
Tennessee Titans: Mike Vrabel
Mike Vrabel has had duplicate 9-7 regular seasons in Tennessee. His postseason mark is 2-1 after a strong surge in 2019.