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Super Bowl LIII was Bill Belichick’s 12th Super Bowl appearance.

He is the only head coach to win 6 Super Bowl titles.

His career winning percentage of .685 is the highest in NFL history.

NFL Coaching Seasons: 44 (1975-present)

Browns Head Coach: 5 seasons (1991-1995)

Patriots Head Coach: 19 seasons (2000-present)

Total number of games coached: 752 (Regular + Postseason)

HEAD COACHING RECORD
Career: 292-134
Regular Season: 261-123
Postseason: 31-11

 

MOST WINS AS HEAD COACH
Regular Season
Don Shula (328), George Halas (318), Bill Belichick (262)

Regular Season + Postseason
Don Shula (347), George Halas (324), Bill Belichick (292)

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS

Overall Record: 255-89

Regular Season: 225-79

Postseason: 30-10

Regular Season at Home: 124-28

Regular Season Away: 101-51

Postseason at Home: 20-3

Postseason Away: 10-7

Against AFC East: 88-30

7 seasons undefeated at home in the regular season

CLEVELAND BROWNS

Overall Record: 37-45

Regular Season: 36-44

Postseason: 1-1

Regular Season at Home: 20-20

Regular Season Away: 16-24

Postseason at Home: 1-0

Postseason Away: 0-1

 

NFL RECORDS

1 season with 16 wins

5 seasons with 14 or more wins

7 seasons with 13 or more wins

9 consecutive overtime wins

10 consecutive division titles

11 consecutive playoff wins

12 seasons with 12 or more wins

14 playoff wins in one decade

16 seasons with 11 or more wins

16 consecutive seasons with 10 or more wins

16 division titles

16 consecutive wins in a single season

21 consecutive wins {including playoffs}

NFL PLAYOFF RECORDS

42 playoff games as a head coach

31 playoff wins by a head coach

13 conference championship game appearances by a head coach

9 AFC championship wins by a head coach

8 consecutive seasons with a playoff win

SUPER BOWL RECORDS

12 Super Bowl appearances by a coach (head or assistant)

6 Super Bowl wins by a head coach

3 Super Bowl wins in a 4-year span

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