Being a head coach in the NFL is one the hardest jobs a person can have. There are only 32 in any given season, and only two get to face off in the Super Bowl. Some coaches, like Bill Belichick, Bill Walsh, and Vince Lombardi make it look easy. Lombardi was so great at winning they even named the Super Bowl trophy after him! But where do you think he ranks in NFL history? It was a real battle on the goal line to pick the best Super Bowl-winning head coaches, and here they are.
Mike McCarthy – Green Bay Packers
Mike McCarthy was hired by the Green Bay Packers in 2006 and lasted 13 seasons before being fired. Aaron Rodger under center, McCarty made Green Bay a perennial Super Bowl contender. In 18 postseasons games, he won ten times, beating the Steelers in Super Bowl XLV.
If there’s anything keeping McCarthy from being higher on this list, it’s the common criticism that in 13 years with Aaron Rodgers he only won one Super Bowl. What can’t be denied is his winning pedigree.