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    Re: Two-time Super Bowl winner Don Shula dies

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    He died in 2000. I don’t think he’s gonna make a run at Shula’s record any time soon.
    I'm guessing, but I think that Reid and Belichick would have to catch Landry first.
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    Re: Two-time Super Bowl winner Don Shula dies

    Quote Originally Posted by Middleground View Post
    I'm guessing, but I think that Reid and Belichick would have to catch Landry first.
    No need to guess.

    Coaches with most regular season wins in NFL history
    Rank Coach Wins
    1 ^ Don Shula 328
    2 ^ George Halas 318
    3 * Bill Belichick 273
    4 ^ Tom Landry 250
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    List of National Football League head coaches with 50 wins ...









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    Re: Two-time Super Bowl winner Don Shula dies

    Quote Originally Posted by Middleground View Post
    I'm guessing, but I think that Reid and Belichick would have to catch Landry first.
    I think Belichick has a good chance since hes already passed him. (273-250 regular season/ 304-270 adding postseason)

    Reid still needs a few more years but the chiefs are currently built to get him pretty good numbers right now.

    George Halas is the only other coach still ahead of Belichick.

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    Re: Two-time Super Bowl winner Don Shula dies

    Quote Originally Posted by Daqueef View Post
    I think Belichick has a good chance since he’s already passed him. (273-250 regular season/ 304-270 adding postseason)

    Reid still needs a few more years but the chiefs are currently built to get him pretty good numbers right now.

    George Halas is the only other coach still ahead of Belichick.
    I was guessing and didn't bother to google. Not that I am remotely a Cowgirlz fan, he just seems to have coached them forever.
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    Re: Two-time Super Bowl winner Don Shula dies

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    The NFL Network has a series of biographies on its greatest achievers. The Perfect Season (1972 Dolphins) was a good episode and there is one part that really stuck out to me. In today's day of teams spying on each other to get the upper hand, Don Shula had the playbook of the Washington Redskins handed to him a few days before the big game. Seems a Redskin player had left in somewhere and it was picked up by someone who wanted the Dolphins to win. As soon as it fell into Shula's hands, he immediately had it destroyed and was angered by the though that someone thought he would be okay winning this way. Classy and stand-up guy he was, RIP.



    Long-time Miami Dolphins coach and two-time Super Bowl winner Don Shula dies at 90 - CNN
    Shula was the first NFL coach to pop up on my radar...maybe at age-10. RIP indeed.
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