Before the first Super Bowl in the 1966 season, Gillman appeared in one NFL Championship with the Los Angeles Rams, and five AFL Championships with the San Diego Chargers, winning one in 1963. Gillman was unable to make it to another championship after the Super Bowl was created, ending his successful career with a 122-99 record.
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Since becoming the head coach of the Houston Oilers in 1994, Fisher has been one of the best in the business. The current St. Louis Rams head coach led the renamed Tennessee Titans to Super Bowl XXXIV -- thanks to the 'Music City Miracle' play in an AFC Wild Card game -- but fell just one yard shy of taking home the championship in what has been his only Super Bowl appearance to date as a head coach.
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Despite being well known for his creations in football's passing game, with his offensives commonly referred to as 'Air Coryell,' Coryell was never able to have much success in the playoffs. He had a 3-6 playoff record with no Super Bowl appearances, due to the fact that his defenses were never known for being that great. He was still able to manage a respectable 111-83-1 regular-season record.
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Schottenheimer's teams were almost always in the playoff mix during the regular season, but when the postseason began, his conservative style of play didn't quite spell success. He finished his NFL head coaching career with a 5-13 playoff record despite a 200-126 regular-season record with the Browns, Chiefs, Redskins and Chargers.
Reid and the Philadelphia Eagles were a staple in the playoffs for many years, but he was only able to reach one Super Bowl (XXXIX), where his team lost to the New England Patriots. Reid has gone 20-12 since becoming the Chiefs head coach in 2013, finishing second in the AFC West in each of his first two seasons.
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Reeves has participated in more Super Bowls as a player/assistant coach/head coach than anyone else in NFL history, but he never won the big game as a head coach. He lost three Super Bowls as Denver's head coach with John Elway as the quarterback, and lost another as head coach of the Atlanta Falcons, ironically to Elway and the Broncos.
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Levy took the Buffalo Bills to the Super Bowl four straight times from 1990-93, but was unable to come out as champions each time, losing two of the four to the Dallas Cowboys. He finished his head-coaching career with a 143-112 regular-season record and an 11-8 mark in the playoffs.
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Allen took the Washington Redskins to Super Bowl VII, but was unable to defeat the Miami Dolphins, who remain as the NFL's only team to have a perfect season. Allen's 2-7 playoff record didn't do him any favors despite his 116-47 career mark in the regular season during his 12-year head coaching career.
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The Cleveland Browns were named after him and the Cincinnati Bengals' current stadium is named after him as well, but with his last NFL championship coming in 1955 -- 12 years before the first Super Bowl -- one thing Brown was never able to do was win, or even appear in, a Super Bowl despite coaching the Bengals until 1975.
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Before ever coaching the Vikings, Grant had four Grey Cups to his name from coaching the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the CFL. However the Hall of Fame coach was never able to get a Super Bowl title despite taking Minnesota there four times.