List of current National Football League head coaches

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The table shows the current coaches and their records for each National Football League (NFL) team. The longest tenured head coach on his current team is Bill Belichick, who has been with the New England Patriots since the 2000 NFL season. Belichick also has the most wins among active coaches, as well as most Super Bowl appearances (9) and Super Bowl wins (6) as head coach.[1] Other active head coaches to have won a Super Bowl are Mike Tomlin, Sean Payton, John Harbaugh, Pete Carroll, Jon Gruden, Mike McCarthy, Andy Reid, and Bruce Arians.

Coaches[edit]

Note: Statistics are correct through the end of the 2020 NFL season.

Record (including playoffs)
Team Coach Hired W L T W% W L T W% Tenure accomplishments Ref.
Current[N 1] Career[N 2]
Arizona Cardinals Kliff Kingsbury 2019 13 18 1 .422 13 18 1 .422 [2][3]
Atlanta Falcons Arthur Smith 2021 0 0 0 0 0 0 [4][5]
Baltimore Ravens John Harbaugh 2008 140 87 0 .617 140 87 0 .617 1 Super Bowl championship
1 AFC Championship
4 AFC North championships
9 playoff berths
1 AP Coach of the Year Award
[6][7]
Buffalo Bills Sean McDermott 2017 40 29 0 .580 40 29 0 .580 1 AFC East championship
3 playoff berths
[8][9]
Carolina Panthers Matt Rhule 2020 5 11 0 .313 5 11 0 .313 [10][11]
Chicago Bears Matt Nagy 2018 28 22 0 .560 28 22 0 .560 1 NFC North championship
2 playoff berths
1 AP Coach of the Year Award
[12][13]
Cincinnati Bengals Zac Taylor 2019 6 25 1 .203 6 25 1 .203 [14][15]
Cleveland Browns Kevin Stefanski 2020 12 6 0 .667 12 6 0 .667 1 playoff berth
1 AP Coach of the Year Award
[16][17]
Dallas Cowboys Mike McCarthy 2020 6 10 0 .375 141 95 2 .597 [18][19]
Denver Broncos Vic Fangio 2019 12 20 0 .375 12 20 0 .375 [20][21]
Detroit Lions Dan Campbell 2021 0 0 0 5 7 0 .417 [22][23]
Green Bay Packers Matt LaFleur 2019 28 8 0 .778 28 8 0 .778 2 NFC North championships
2 playoff berths
[24][25]
Houston Texans David Culley 2021 0 0 0 0 0 0 [26]
Indianapolis Colts Frank Reich 2018 29 22 0 .569 29 22 0 .569 2 playoff berths [27][28]
Jacksonville Jaguars Urban Meyer 2021 0 0 0 0 0 0 [29][30]
Kansas City Chiefs Andy Reid 2013 98 43 0 .695 238 145 1 .621 1 Super Bowl championship
2 AFC Championships
5 AFC West championships
7 playoff berths
[31][32]
Las Vegas Raiders Jon Gruden 2018 19 29 0 .396 119 114 0 .511 [33][34]
Los Angeles Chargers Brandon Staley 2021 0 0 0 0 0 0 [35][36]
Los Angeles Rams Sean McVay 2017 46 24 0 .657 46 24 0 .657 1 NFC Championship
2 NFC West championships
3 playoff berths
1 AP Coach of the Year Award
[37][38]
Miami Dolphins Brian Flores 2019 15 17 0 .469 15 17 0 .469 [39][40]
Minnesota Vikings Mike Zimmer 2014 66 50 1 .568 66 50 1 .568 2 NFC North championships
3 playoff berths
[41][42]
New England Patriots Bill Belichick 2000 274 103 0 .727 311 148 0 .678 6 Super Bowl championships
9 AFC Championships
17 AFC East championships
18 playoff berths
3 AP Coach of the Year Awards
[43][1]
New Orleans Saints Sean Payton 2006 152 89 0 .631 152 89 0 .631 1 Super Bowl championship
1 NFC Championship
7 NFC South championships
9 playoff berths
1 AP Coach of the Year Award
[44][45]
New York Giants Joe Judge 2020 6 10 0 .375 6 10 0 .375 [46][47]
New York Jets Robert Saleh 2021 0 0 0 0 0 0 [48][49]
Philadelphia Eagles Nick Sirianni 2021 0 0 0 0 0 0 [50][51]
Pittsburgh Steelers Mike Tomlin 2007 153 86 1 .640 153 86 1 .640 1 Super Bowl championship
2 AFC Championships
7 AFC North championships
9 playoff berths
[52][53]
San Francisco 49ers Kyle Shanahan 2017 31 36 0 .463 31 36 0 .463 1 NFC Championship
1 NFC West championship
1 playoff berth
[54][55]
Seattle Seahawks Pete Carroll 2010 122 71 1 .631 156 104 1 .600 1 Super Bowl championship
2 NFC Championships
5 NFC West championships
9 playoff berths
[56][57]
Tampa Bay Buccaneers Bruce Arians 2019 22 14 0 .611 72 46 1 .609 1 Super Bowl championship
1 NFC Championship
1 playoff berth
[58][59]
Tennessee Titans Mike Vrabel 2018 31 21 0 .596 31 21 0 .596 1 AFC South championship
2 playoff berths
[60][61]
Washington Football Team Ron Rivera 2020 7 10 0 .412 86 77 1 .527 1 NFC East championship
1 playoff berth
[62][63]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Coaching records from the current term with the team; Record, Statistics, and Category Ranks from previous term with the team are not included.
  2. ^ Career Record, Statistics, and Category Ranks in the NFL; records in other leagues are not included.

References[edit]

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