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300 Wins: Amazing stats from Bill Belichick's career

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After Sunday's win against the Browns, Bill Belichick now has 300 total victories (regular season and playoffs combined), third all-time behind Don Shula (347) and George Halas (324). Check out these amazing stats from Bill Belichick's career.

NINE CONFERENCE TITLES ARE THE MOST IN SUPER BOWL ERA

The 2018 AFC Championship was Bill Belichick's ninth conference championship, the most in NFL history during the Super Bowl era (since 1966).

MOST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS BY A HEAD COACH IN SUPER BOWL ERA

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HEAD COACH TEAM # SEASONS SUPER BOWL APPEARANCES
Bill Belichick New England 9 2001, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2011, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2018 XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, XLII, XLVI, XLIX, LI, LII, LIII
Don Shula Baltimore/Miami 6 1968, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1982, 1984 III, VI, VII, VIII, XVII, XIX
Tom Landry Dallas 5 1970, 1971, 1975, 1977, 1978 V, VI, X, XII, XIII
Joe Gibbs Washington 4 1982, 1983, 1987, 1991 XVII, XVIII, XXII, XXVI
Bud Grant Minnesota 4 1969, 1973, 1974, 1976 IV, VII, IX, XI
Marv Levy Buffalo 4 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 XXV, XXVI, XXVII, XXVIII
Chuck Noll Pittsburgh 4 1974, 1975, 1978, 1979 IX, X, XIII, XIV
Dan Reeves Denver/Atlanta 4 1986, 1987, 1989, 1998 XXI, XXII, XXIV, XXIII

12 SUPER BOWL APPEARANCES

Super Bowl LIII was Bill Belichick's 12th career Super Bowl appearance, the most appearances by a coach in NFL history.

MOST SUPER BOWL APPEARANCES AS A HEAD COACH OR ASSISTANT

Bill Belichick .............................................12 (nine as a head coach)

Dan Reeves........................................................ 7 (four as a head coach)

Don Shula.................................................................6 (six as head coach)

Tom Landry .........................................................5 (five as a head coach)

Chuck Noll..........................................................5 (four as a head coach)

Marv Levy...........................................................5 (four as a head coach)

ELITE COMPANY

Bill Belichick joined George Halas and Curly Lambeau as the only coaches with six titles.

HEAD COACHES WITH FOUR OR MORE NFL TITLES

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COACH NFL TITLES CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS
Bill Belichick 6 New England (SB XXXVI, XXXVIII, XXXIX, XLIX, LI and LIII)
George Halas 6 Chicago (1921, 33, 40, 41, 46 & 63)
Curly Lambeau 6 Green Bay (1929, 30, 31, 36, 39 & 44)
Vince Lombardi 5 Green Bay (1961, 62, 65, SB I & II)

POSTSEASON COACHING MARK

Belichick coached in his NFL-record 37th postseason game in the 2017 AFC Divisional Playoff against Tennessee, moving past Tom Landry and Don Shula. He has now coached in 42 postseason games.

MOST POSTSEASON GAMES AS A HEAD COACH

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HEAD COACH TEAM(S) GAMES
Bill Belichick Cleveland/New England 42
Tom Landry Dallas 36
Don Shula Baltimore/Miami 36
Andy Reid Philadelphia/Kansas City 26
Chuck Noll Pittsburgh 24
Mike Holmgren Green Bay/Seattle 24
Joe Gibbs Washington 24

13 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME APPEARANCES

Belichick reached his 13th conference championship game as a head coach in 2018 to extend his record for the most since the 1970 merger.

MOST CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES AS A HEAD COACH

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HEAD COACH CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIP GAMES
Bill Belichick 13
Tom Landry 10
Don Shula 7
Chuck Noll 7
John Madden 6
Bill Cowher 6

MOST POSTSEASON WINS

Belichick earned his NFL-record 21st postseason victory after the Patriots defeated the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC Championship Game on Jan. 18, 2015. He now has 31 career postseason victories.

MOST PLAYOFF WINS BY AN NFL HEAD COACH

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COACH TEAM(S) WINS
Bill Belichick CLE/NE 31
Tom Landry Dallas 20
Don Shula BLT/MIA 19
Joe Gibbs Washington 17
Chuck Noll Pittsburgh 16

BEST POSTSEASON RECORDS IN NFL HISTORY (MINIMUM 10 GAMES)

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HEAD COACH TEAM W L PCT.
Vince Lombardi GB/WAS 9 1 .900
Bill Belichick CLE/NE 31 11 .738
Tom Flores Oakland 8 3 .727
Bill Walsh San Francisco 10 4 .714
Joe Gibbs Washington 17 7 .708
Jimmy Johnson DAL/MIA 9 4 .692

POSTSEASON BERTHS

Bill Belichick has led his teams to 17 postseason berths, which is third all-time among NFL head coaches.

NFL HEAD COACHES WITH THE MOST POSTSEASON BERTHS

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HEAD COACH POSTSEASON APPEARANCES
Don Shula 19
Tom Landry 18
Bill Belichick 17

DIVISION TITLES RECORD

Belichick again guided the Patriots to the AFC East title in 2018. His 16 division titles are the most by a head coach in NFL history. Don Shula and Tom Landry are second with 13 titles.

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MOST CONSECUTIVE DIVISION TITLES

Belichick is the first NFL coach to lead his team to 10 consecutive division titles after claiming another AFC East crown in 2018. Paul Brown (1950-55), Tom Landry (1966-71), Bud Grant (1973-78) and Chuck Noll (1974-79) led their teams to six straight titles.

NFL COACHES WITH THE MOST CONSECUTIVE DIVISION TITLES

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HEAD COACH TEAM CONSEC. DIV. TITLES
Bill Belichick New England 10 (2009-18)
Paul Brown Cleveland 6 (1950-55)
Tom Landry Dallas 6 (1966-71)
Bud Grant Minnesota 6 (1973-78)
Chuck Noll Pittsburgh 6 (1974-79)

SUPER COMEBACK

Belichick coached the Patriots back from a 25-point deficit to win Super Bowl LI. A comeback of that magnitude is extremely rare. There had been 2,656 games in which a team led by 25 points or more in NFL history, including the postseason. Teams leading by 25 had recorded 2,647 wins, seven losses and two ties, a winning percentage of .997.

PATRIOTS RENAISSANCE

Once head coach Bill Belichick implemented his coaching design on the Patriots, his approach has given him the best record of any NFL head coach who has coached over 40 games since 2001 (including the postseason).

NFL COACHES RECORDS SINCE 2001

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COACH TEAM(S) W L T PCT.
Bill Belichick New England 258 78 0 .768
Tony Dungy TB/IND 101 41 0 .711
Jim Harbaugh San Francisco 49 22 1 .688
Bill Cowher Pittsburgh 70 35 1 .665
Mike Tomlin Pittsburgh 135 77 1 .636

3X COACH OF THE YEAR

The Associated Press named Bill Belichick the NFL's Coach of the Year in 2010, the third time that Belichick earned the honor. He was also named Coach of the Year following the 2003 and 2007 seasons, joining Don Shula (4-time winner) and Chuck Knox as the only three-time winners.

ABOVE THE CENTURY MARK

Bill Belichick has an overall record of 300-134, 166 games above the .500 mark. He joins Don Shula and George Halas as the only coaches with 100 more wins than losses.

COACHES WITH 100 OR MORE WINS THAN LOSSES

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HEAD COACH TEAM(S) W L T WINS ABOVE .500
Don Shula BLT/MIA 347 173 6 174
George Halas Chicago 324 151 31 173
Bill Belichick CLE/NE 300 134 0 166

500+ FOR 3 STRAIGHT YEARS

Belichick became the first head coach in NFL history to lead a team to three straight 500-point seasons (2010-12) and four overall (2007-589, 2010-518, 2011-513 and 2012-557). St. Louis was the only other team to have done it three times (1999-526, 2000-540, 2001-503).

TWO DECADES WITH THE PATRIOTS

Bill Belichick is now in his 20th year as head coach of the New England Patriots and is one of seven to coach one team for at least 20 years.

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20 YEAR HEAD COACHES WITH ONE TEAM

George Halas..................................... 40 years with Chicago

Curly Lambeau...............................29 years with Green Bay

Tom Landry............................................. 29 years with Dallas

Don Shula ................................................26 years with Miami

Chuck Noll .......................................23 years with Pittsburgh

Steve Owen....................................23 years with N.Y. Giants

Bill Belichick......................20 years with New England

CLIMBING THE WINS LADDER

Belichick now has 233 career regular-season wins with the Patriots, the fourth-most regular-season wins with one team among head coaches.

NFL HEAD COACHES WITH THE MOST REGULAR-SEASON WINS WITH ONE TEAM

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COACH TEAM W L T
George Halas Chicago 318 148 31
Don Shula Miami 257 133 2
Tom Landry Dallas 250 162 6
Bill Belichick New England 233 79 0
Curly Lambeau Green Bay 209 104 21

BETTER THAN AVERAGE

Belichick has led the Patriots to 18 straight seasons with a winning record (2001-18), second all-time behind Tom Landry, whose Dallas Cowboys accomplished the feat 20 straight years from 1966-85.

MOST CONSECUTIVE SEASONS WITH A WINNING RECORD

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HEAD COACH TEAM YEARS
Tom Landry Dallas 20 - 1966-85
Bill Belichick New England 18 - 2001-18
Curly Lambeau Green Bay 14 - 1934-47
Curly Lambeau Green Bay 12 - 1921-32
George Halas Chicago 10 - 1933-42
John Madden Oakland 10 - 1969-78

DOUBLE-DIGIT WINS

Belichick has led New England to 16 consecutive seasons with at least 10 wins, tying San Francisco for the NFL record.

MOST CONSECUTIVE 10-WIN SEASONS

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TEAM YEARS CONSEC. SEASONS W/ 10+ WINS
New England 2003-18 16
San Francisco 1983-98 16
Indianapolis 2002-10 9
Dallas 1975-81 7

CAREER MILESTONE

Belichick is just the fourth NFL head coach to reach 250 career regular-season victories. His 269 regular-season wins are the third-most regular season wins all-time.

MOST REGULAR-SEASON WINS, NFL HEAD COACHES

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HEAD COACH TEAM(S) W L T
Don Shula BLT/MIA 328 156 6
George Halas Chicago 318 148 6
Bill Belichick CLE/NE 269 123 0
Tom Landry Dallas 250 162 6
Curly Lambeau GB/CHI/WAS 226 132

DIVISIONAL SUCCESS

HEAD COACHES WITH THE HIGHEST WINNING PERCENTAGE AGAINST DIVISION OPPONENTS (SINCE 1970 - MINIMUM 60 GAMES)

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HEAD COACH TEAM(S) W L T WIN PCT.
Mike Tomlin Pittsburgh 51 21 1 705
George Allen LAR/WAS 42 18 2 .700
Bill Belichick CLE/NE 107 47 0 .695
Bud Grant Minnesota 69 31 1 .688
Tom Landry Dallas 101 46 0 .687
Mike McCarthy Green Bay 51 23 2 .684
Marty Schottenheimer CLE/KC/SD/WAS 95 51 0 .651

HEAD COACHES WITH THE MOST WINS AGAINST DIVISION OPPONENTS SINCE 1970

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HEAD COACH TEAM(S) WINS VS. DIV. OPPONENTS
Don Shula Miami 132
Bill Belichick CLE/NE 107
Tom Landry Dallas 101
Dan Reeves DEN/NYG/ATL 95
Marty Schottenheimer CLE/KC/SD/WAS 95

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