Super Bowl Head Coaches

Super Bowl Head Coaches

A win by Patrick Mahomes gives him two rings, evens up his postseason record head-to-head versus Brady, and silences the cynics who would point to a Super Bowl loss vs. the most decorated quarterback in NFL history.

We all understand about the quarterbacks playing on Sunday and how winning this Super Bowl would affect their tradition. Six-time champion Tom Bradys tradition is secure.

The head coaches, both in their 60s, are likewise chasing the immortality that Super Bowl victories offer to everyone who wins them.

Andy Reid, Kansas City Chiefs

Reid is currently going to the Hall of Fame whenever he decides to call it a profession. With two Super Bowl titles and his regular-season win total, a case might be made that Reid is one of the best coaches in the history of the league.

He is a cinch to move past Curly Lambeau into 5th all-time in wins next season, is three years away from passing Tom Landry for 4th location, and in another year or two, could move into 2nd all-time in playoff wins.

That altered at Super Bowl LIV in Miami. Reid, who is the sixth all-time winningest coach with 221 wins, finally got his ring. Now he is trying to become just the 14th coach in NFL history to win multiple Super Bowls.

With two Super Bowl championships, he would route only Bill Belichick, Chuck Noll, Joe Gibbs, and Bill Walsh. Online sportsbooks have the Chiefs as 3.5-point favorites on Sunday in addition to the early favorites to win the Super Bowl once again next season.

Until a season back, Andy Reid was thought about the best coach in NFL history to never ever win a Super Bowl. He had great deals of regular-season wins and national championship looks, but he d never ever raised the Lombardi Trophy.

Bruce Arians, Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Arians says he has no strategies to retire, and Brady may play for another 25 years, so its possible that Arians could be back for Super Bowl LVI and beyond.

When the Buccaneers and Bruce Arians take the field on Sunday, he will become the second-oldest coach to lead his group to the huge video game in Super Bowl history. Only Marv Levy has actually been older.

A win would likewise make Arians the earliest Super Bowl winner and take his postseason record to 5-2. He has actually not coached enough or won enough to be in the Hall of Fame conversation in 2021.

Even if he stops at just one Super Bowl win, Arians would end up being just the 34th head coach in NFL history to win a Super Bowl. With an all-time winning percentage over.600, you have to believe that had actually Arians been given a head coaching task earlier than age 61, he might be in the mix for Canton.

Nevertheless, Levy was younger when he initially appeared in the Super Bowl, that makes Arians the earliest novice Super Bowl head coach at 68.

Early online odds for Super Bowl LVI have provided the Buccaneers the third-best opportunity to win next year, paying +1100