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  2. List of National Football League head coach wins leaders

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    Marty Schottenheimer: 200 126 1 .613 Cleveland Browns: 1984–1988 44 27 0 Kansas City Chiefs: 1989–1998 101 58 1 Washington Redskins: 2001 8 8 0 San Diego Chargers: 2002–2006 47 33 0 8 ^ Chuck Noll: 193 148 1 .566 Pittsburgh Steelers: 1969–1991 193 148 1 9 Dan Reeves: 190 165 2 .535 Denver Broncos: 1981–1992 110 73 1 New York Giants ...

  3. Kansas City Chiefs - Wikipedia

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    In Schottenheimer's ten-season tenure as head coach, the Chiefs became a perennial playoff contender, featuring offensive players including Steve DeBerg, Christian Okoye, Stephone Paige and Barry Word, a strong defense, anchored by Thomas, Smith, Albert Lewis and Deron Cherry, and on special teams, Nick Lowery, who was then the most accurate ...

  4. Tony Banks (American football) - Wikipedia

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    Anthony Lamar Banks (born April 5, 1973) is a former American football quarterback who played in the National Football League (NFL) for 12 seasons. Selected by the St. Louis Rams in the second round of the 1996 NFL Draft, he also was a member of the Baltimore Ravens, Washington Redskins, and Houston Texans.

  5. List of Cleveland Browns head coaches - Wikipedia

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    Number of coaches: GC: Games coached W: Wins L: Losses T: Ties Win% Winning percentage † Elected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame as a coach ‡ Elected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame as a player

  6. History of the Washington Commanders - Wikipedia

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    The city of Boston, was awarded an NFL franchise on July 9, 1932, under the ownership of George Preston Marshall, Vincent Bendix, Jay O'Brien, and Dorland Doyle. The team took the place of the temporary traveling Cleveland Indians, who themselves were operated under the franchise of the Newark Tornadoes after the Tornadoes had left the league after the 1930 season and had sold its franchise ...

  7. Cleveland Browns Team Records, Leaders, and League Ranks ...

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    Championships Won *: 8 All-time Passing Leader: Brian Sipe. All-time Rushing Leader: Jim Brown 2,359 att, 12,312 yds, 106 TD All-time Receiving Leader: Ozzie Newsome 662 rec, 7,980 yds, 47 TD All-time Scoring Leader: Lou Groza 1,608 points All-time AV Leader: Clay Matthews 125 AV Winningest Coach: Paul Brown 158-48-8 More Team Info

  8. Cowboys Kellen Moore and the Dallas resurgent run game has ...

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    However, Schottenheimer has always been known for his affinity to the run game. More often than not, his offenses have fared well in their rushing attacks. Brian Schottenheimer’s Run Game Over ...

  9. List of Cleveland Browns seasons - Wikipedia

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    Marty Schottenheimer (4–4) 1985: 1985: NFL AFC Central: 1st: 8 8 0 Lost Divisional Playoffs (at Dolphins) 24–21 Kevin Mack Marty Schottenheimer 1986: 1986: NFL AFC Central: 1st: 12 4 0 Won Divisional Playoffs 23–20 (2 OT) Lost AFC Championship 23–20 (OT) Marty Schottenheimer 1987: 1987: NFL AFC Central: 1st: 10 5 0

  10. 2002 NFL season - Wikipedia

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    The 2002 NFL season was the 83rd regular season of the National Football League.. The league went back to an even number of teams, expanding to 32 teams with the addition of the Houston Texans; the league has remained static with 32 teams since.

  11. Mike Tomlin - Pittsburgh Steelers

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    Mike Tomlin was named the 16th head coach in Pittsburgh Steelers history on January 22, 2007. Hired at the age of 34, Tomlin became only the third head coach hired by the Steelers since 1969. In his 14 seasons as head coach for the Pittsburgh Steelers, T