2022 NFL Coach Of The Year Award Odds, Picks, and Winners

Every year, the NFL Coach of the Year Award is handed out to the head coach that has done the most outstanding job of working with the talent at his disposal.

While NFL Coach of the Year honors are awarded by several news organizations, the most widely recognized distinction comes from the Associated Press.

Handed out since 1957, the AP Coach of the Year has become the league’s official award to honor the best NFL head coach.

Read on to learn more about the NFL Coach of the Year Award odds, candidates, and history below.

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NFL Coach of the Year Odds

The race for NFL Coach of the Year may come down to the wire this season.

Mike McDaniel has led the Miami Dolphins to an undefeated record through the first three weeks of the season to become the odds-on favorite to win the award.

However, there are many other great candidates for NFL Coach of the Year in 2022.

According to the best NFL betting sites, Sirianni leads the league with +325 odds to win Coach of the Year.

Meanwhile, Miami Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel follows closely behind with +500 odds.

The New York Giants are off to an unexpected start this season as well with a strong record at 2-1 under Brian Daboll, bringing him in at +1600 odds to win Coach of the Year.

Check out the chart below for the best NFL Coach of the Year odds from BetOnline, one of the best offshore sports betting sites.

Head Coach Coach of the Year Odds Play
Nick Sirianni +325 BetOnline logo
Mike McDaniel +500 BetOnline logo
Doug Pederson +650 BetOnline logo
Kevin O’Connell +1200 BetOnline logo
Dan Campbell +1400 BetOnline logo
Brian Daboll +1600 BetOnline logo
Sean McDermott +2000 BetOnline logo
Kevin Stefanski +2500 BetOnline logo
Brandon Staley +2800 BetOnline logo
John Harbaugh +2800 BetOnline logo
Matt Lafleur +3300 BetOnline logo
Mike McCarthy +3300 BetOnline logo
Sean McVay +4000 BetOnline logo
Kyle Shanahan +4000 BetOnline logo
Zac Taylor +4000 BetOnline logo
Frank Reich +4000 BetOnline logo
Todd Bowles +4000 BetOnline logo
Andy Reid +4000 BetOnline logo
Ron Rivera +4000 BetOnline logo
Dennis Allen +4000 BetOnline logo
Matt Eberflus +4000 BetOnline logo
Mike Vrabel +5000 BetOnline logo
Robert Saleh +5000 BetOnline logo
Mike Tomlin +5000 BetOnline logo
Lovie Smith +5000 BetOnline logo
Arthur Smith +5000 BetOnline logo
Nathaniel Hackett +6600 BetOnline logo
Josh McDaniels +6600 BetOnline logo
Kliff Kingsbury +660 BetOnline logo
Bill Belichick +6600 BetOnline logo
Matt Rhule +6600 BetOnline logo
Pete Carroll +6600 BetOnline logo

2022 NFL Coach of the Year Candidates

The start of the NFL season has been filled with upsets and great storylines.

One of the highlights so far has been the performance of the Miami Dolphins.

First-year head coach Mike McDaniel has guided the Dolphins to a surprising 3-0 start, including a huge comeback win against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 2.

Following a Monday Night Football blowout win against the Minnesota Vikings, Philadelphia Eagles’ head coach Nick Sirianni is also officially on the Coach of the Year radar.

The Eagles spent the offseason revitalizing the talent around Jalen Hurts and the moves have paid immediate dividends.Under Sirianni, the Eagles are 3-0, making him one of the early candidates for NFL Coach of the Year.

Check out the table below for the best Coach of the Year candidates for the 2022 NFL season.

Rank NFL Coach of the Year Candidates Odds
1 Nick Sirianni +325
2 Mike McDaneil +500
3 Doug Pederson +650
4 Kevin O’Connell +1200
5 Dan Campbell +1400
6 Brian Daboll +1600
7 Sean McDermott +2000
8 Brandon Staley +2800
9 John Harbaugh +2800
10 Matt Lafleur +3300

NFL Coach of the Year Picks and Predictions

There have been a few general patterns that have followed the NFL Coach of the Year Award.

A true Coach of the Year candidate wins a lot of games, makes major improvements from the prior season and generally outperforms expectations. NFL Coach of the Year candidates often win their division as well.

Using this criteria, we’ll be able to narrow down a shortlist of potential candidates.

The 2022 NFL season has only just started but there are many great contenders that football fans should cash in on now before the Coach of the Year odds move.

Check out our expert NFL Coach of the Year picks and predictions below.

10. Kliff Kingsbury (+6600)

The Arizona Cardinals play in one of the toughest divisions in the NFL, which could help Kingsbury’s case when it’s all said and done.

Arizona opens the season against the Chiefs, Raiders, Rams and Eagles in a six week span. If the Cardinals make it out alive with a winning record, Arizona could be contending for a wild card playoff spot.

While the Cardinals are off to a slow start, the NFC West is still up for grabs.

The Rams are still working out some kinks, Trey Lance out for the season for the 49ers and Seattle is still starting Geno Smith at quarterback, so there is still some hope for Cardinals’ fans.

Arizona will also get star WR DeAndre Hopkins back in Week 7, giving the offense a much-needed midseason boost.

Take Kliff Kingsbury to win Coach of the Year at +6600 odds below.

9. Mike McCarthy (+3300)

It is shaping out to be an interesting season for Mike McCarthy and the Dallas Cowboys. With Dak Prescott hurt, the Cowboys have a tall task for four to six weeks.

While McCarthy will need to work some magic with Cooper Rush, the Cowboys are in an easier division in the NFC East.

Dallas defeated the Bengals at home in Week 2 and are already on the right track to surpass expectations with Rush under center.

If they keep above .500 until Prescott comes back, McCarthy can make a late-season run at the division and have a chance at Coach of the Year.

Take Mike McCarthy to win Coach of the Year below.

8. Dennis Allen (+4000)

The New Orleans move on with Dennis Allen as he steps in for legendary head coach Sean Payton. If Allen is able to keep the offense running, along with another strong defensive year from the Saints, he’ll get a lot of credit.

While New Orleans will need to top the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for the NFC South division crown for Allen to have a shot at the award, the Saints have had the Bucs’ number in recent seasons.

If Allen can find a way to swing 12 wins and get into the NFL Playoffs, he’ll have a shot to be considered for Coach of the Year.

Click on the button below to place your bets on Dennis Allen for Coach of the Year.

7.Bill Belichick (+6600)

Bill Belichick has won Coach of the Year three times now but this is one of his least talented teams in decades.

Belichick didn’t name an offensive or defensive coordinator this year. The last time Belichick did that, the Patriots went 14-2. While that probably won’t happen this season, Belichick could work some magic with veteran backup Brian Hoyer under center.

Mac Jones is out for the foreseeable future with a high ankle sprain, which means if the Patriots find a way into the NFL Playoffs, Belichick could find himself in the Coach of the Year conversation once again.

At +6600 odds, Belichick is always worth the price.

Click on the button below to place your bet on Belichick for Coach of the Year.

6. Brian Daboll (+1600)

The New York Giants absolutely gutted their front office with a brand new coaching staff and general manager.

Coming from the Buffalo Bills, former offensive coordinator Brian Daboll will be the Giants’ new head coach.

While there aren’t high expectations for Daboll, he’ll be tasked with turning around a lackluster New York Giants team. The Giants were ranked 31st in yards and points for the last two seasons.

Daboll is already off to a hot start with a 2-1 record in the first three weeks.

While winning 12 or more games is hard to do for any team, let alone the Giants, Daboll has already been working his magic with QB Daniel Jones.

The Giants have the easiest schedule in the league and Daboll’s offense may roll over some teams as the season progresses, especially with a healthy Saquon Barkley.

Take Brian Daboll +1600 odds to win Coach of the Year below.

5. Kevin O’Connell (+1200)

While the Minnesota Vikings didn’t make many offseason moves, they did say goodbye to Mike Zimmer to bring in the league’s second-youngest head coach in Kevin O’Connell.

O’Connell is an offensive wizard who was a part of Sean McVay’s coaching tree.

With his pedigree, O’Connell can modernize this Vikings offense giving Minnesota a shot to dethrone the Green Bay Packers for the NFC North title.

The NFC North division is going to come down to the Packers and Vikings.

With a week 1 defeat over the Packers, the Vikings definitely have the upperhand heading into the rest of the season.

If Kevin O’Connell can accumulate 12 or more wins and win the NFC North division, he’ll definitely be in the conversation for NFL Coach of the Year.

Take Kevin O’Connell to win NFL Coach of the Year below.

4. Mike Tomlin (+5000)

Despite never having a season under .500, Mike Tomlin has never won Coach of the Year. In 16 seasons, Tomlin currently holds a .642 win percentage, good for 21st among all active and non-active coaches all time.

With Ben Roethlisberger’s retirement, Tomlin will need to rely on Mitchell Trubisky or rookie Kenny Pickett for 12 wins and the division title for a shot at Coach of the Year.

While that may seem like a tall task, especially in a loaded AFC North, 2022 might just be the year for Tomlin.

The Cincinnati Bengals currently are recovering from the Super Bowl hangover and are off to a terrible start, including a loss to the Steelers in Week 1.

The Cleveland Browns are still waiting for DeShaun Watson to return from suspension, which may take them out of the division race.

The only challenge may be the division-rival Baltimore Ravens.

With the AFC North up for grabs,, the Pittsburgh Steelers and Mike Tomlin have a chance to steal the division.

Take Mike Tomlin to win Coach of the Year.

3. Mike McDaniel (+500)

Despite all the offseason drama, Mike McDaniel and the Miami Dolphins have been off to a hot start.

Miami has always had a good defense but the addition of McDaniel from the Kyle Shanahan coaching tree might set up for an interesting finish to the AFC East.

The Dolphins have a ton of speed on offense with Tyreek Hill, Jaylen Waddle, and Raheem Mostert. With so many weapons at his disposal, McDaniel can transform this offense to compete with the league’s elite units.

While Miami has a tough schedule, their 3-0 start is setting up for a photo finish to the AFC East race.

The Dolphins will need to beat the Bills in December for the division but if McDaniel can pull it off, he’ll be the best candidate for NFL Coach of the Year.

Miami is one of the hardest places to play in September due to the temperature. After stealing the first game from the Bills in Week 3, the AFC East is really only coming down to the Bills and the Dolphins late in the season.

Click on the button below to place your bets on Mike McDaniel for Coach of the Year.

2. Nick Sirianni (+325)

Despite making big offseason moves, the Philadelphia Eagles flew under the radar. Now that Dak Prescott went down for the Dallas Cowboys, the Eagles are favored to win the division.

The Eagles made a huge leap under Sirianni this season and adding AJ Brown to an already budding offense seems to have put the offense over the top.

Philadelphia already has the best and deepest offensive line in the league. Paired with a strong run game built around Hurts, the Eagles could do major damage this season.

In addition, Sirianni has one of the deepest front sevens in the league on defense. By adding James Bradberry and Haason Reddick and a pair of rookie studs in Jordan David and Nakobe Dean, the Eagles defense is setting up to be one of the NFL’s top units.

The Eagles have one of the softest schedules in the league, which will only help Sirianni’s case.

If Sirianni can pull out 12 to 13 wins and win the NFC East, he will be a prime candidate for NFL Coach of the Year.

Take Nick Sirianni for Coach of the Year at +325 odds below.

1. Sean McDermott (+2000)

Not only are the Buffalo Bills favored to win the Super Bowl but quarterback Josh Allen is the odds-on favorite to win NFL MVP. The stars seemed to align for the Bills after acquiring two-time Super Bowl winner linebacker Von Miller, who was a huge difference-maker on the Rams’ title team from a season ago.

At the helm, Sean McDermott has turned this franchise around, leading them to the playoffs four times in his five year tenure as head coach.

While Buffalo suffered a crushing divisional round playoff exit last season against the Kansas City Chiefs, there are no signs of slowing down for the Bills.

The expectations are extremely high for Buffalo but if the Bills can maintain their momentum from last season, McDermott may be on the cusp of his best season yet.

While the Bills fell to Miami in Week 3, the division will come down to December in Buffalo, which is one of the hardest coldest times of the year.

The Bills have a 2-1 record but are still the favorites for the AFC East.

Take Sean McDermott to win Coach of the Year at +1600 odds from BetOnline below.

When Is NFL Coach of the Year Announced?

All NFL awards including Coach of the Year are announced at the NFL Honors ceremony, the day before the Super Bowl.

The award is voted upon by the Associated Press panel.

While the NFL Honors have not been announced for the 2022 NFL season, football fans can expect the ceremony to happen on February 11, 2023.

NFL Coach of the Year Voting

While other news organizations have handed out NFL Coach of the Year awards in the past, the official award is presented by the Associated Press.

The AP NFL Coach of the Year award has been presented annually since 1957.

Who Won NFL Coach of the Year in 2021?

Last season, Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Vrabel won the AP NFL Head Coach of the Year Award.

Vrabel led the Titans to a 12-5 overall record and won the AFC South for the second consecutive season despite an injury to star running back Derrick Henry.

List of AP NFL Coach of the Year Winners

Since 2011, the AP Coach of the Year winner has been announced at the annual NFL Honors ceremony, making it the official NFL Coach of the Year Award.

With four AP NFL Coach of the Year Award victories, legendary NFL head coach Don Shula has won the most AP NFL Coach of the Year Award wins ever.

While he is known for guiding the Miami Dolphins to the only perfect season in NFL history, Shula won three of his AP NFL Coach of the Year awards with the Baltimore Colts and one with the Dolphins.

Chuck Knox and Bill Belichick have each won the award three times, tied for the second-most ever.

Check out the list of AP NFL Coach of the Year Award winners below.

Year AP NFL Coach of the Year NFL Team NFL Record
2021 Mike Vrabel Tennessee Titans 12–5
2020 Kevin Stefanski Cleveland Browns 11–5
2019 John Harbaugh Baltimore Ravens 14–2
2018 Matt Nagy Chicago Bears 12–4
2017 Sean McVay Los Angeles Rams 11–5
2016 Jason Garrett Dallas Cowboys 13–3
2015 Ron Rivera (2) Carolina Panthers 15–1
2014 Bruce Arians (2) Arizona Cardinals 11–5
2013 Ron Rivera Carolina Panthers 12–4
2012 Bruce Arians* Indianapolis Colts 11–5
2011 Jim Harbaugh San Francisco 49ers 13–3
2010 Bill Belichick (3) New England Patriots 14–2
2009 Marvin Lewis Cincinnati Bengals 10–6
2008 Mike Smith Atlanta Falcons 11–5
2007 Bill Belichick (2) New England Patriots 16–0
2006 Sean Payton New Orleans Saints 10–6
2005 Lovie Smith Chicago Bears 11–5
2004 Marty Schottenheimer San Diego Chargers 12–4
2003 Bill Belichick New England Patriots 14–2
2002 Andy Reid Philadelphia Eagles 12–4
2001 Dick Jauron Chicago Bears 13–3
2000 Jim Haslett New Orleans Saints 10–6
1999 Dick Vermeil St. Louis Rams 13–3
1998 Dan Reeves (2) Atlanta Falcons 14–2
1997 Jim Fassel New York Giants 10–5–1
1996 Dom Capers Carolina Panthers 12–4
1995 Ray Rhodes Philadelphia Eagles 10–6
1994 Bill Parcells (2) New England Patriots 10–6
1993 Dan Reeves New York Giants 11–5
1992 Bill Cowher Pittsburgh Steelers 11–5
1991 Wayne Fontes Detroit Lions 12–4
1990 Jimmy Johnson Dallas Cowboys 7–9
1989 Lindy Infante Green Bay Packers 10–6
1988 Mike Ditka (2) Chicago Bears 12–4
1987 Jim Mora New Orleans Saints 12–3
1986 Bill Parcells New York Giants 14–2
1985 Mike Ditka Chicago Bears 15–1
1984 Chuck Knox (3) Seattle Seahawks 12–4
1983 Joe Gibbs (2) Washington Redskins 14–2
1982 Joe Gibbs Washington Redskins 8–1
1981 Bill Walsh San Francisco 49ers 13–3
1980 Chuck Knox (2) Buffalo Bills 11–5
1979 Jack Pardee Washington Redskins 10–6
1978 Jack Patera Seattle Seahawks 9–7
1977 Red Miller Denver Broncos 12–2
1976 Forrest Gregg Cleveland Browns 9–5
1975 Ted Marchibroda Baltimore Colts 10–4
1974 Don Coryell St. Louis Cardinals 10–4
1973 Chuck Knox Los Angeles Rams 12–2
1972 Don Shula (4) Miami Dolphins 14–0
1971 George Allen (2) Washington Redskins 9–4–1
1970 Paul Brown Cincinnati Bengals 8–6
1969 Bud Grant Minnesota Vikings 12–2
1968 Don Shula (3) Baltimore Colts 13–1
1967 George Allen; Don Shula (2) (tie) Los Angeles Rams

Baltimore Colts

11–1–2

11–1–2

1966 Tom Landry Dallas Cowboys 10–3–1
1965 George Halas (2) Chicago Bears 9–5
1964 Don Shula Baltimore Colts 12–2
1963 George Halas Chicago Bears 11–1–2
1962 Allie Sherman (2) New York Giants 12–2
1961 Allie Sherman New York Giants 10–3–1
1960 Buck Shaw Philadelphia Eagles 10–2
1959 Vince Lombardi Green Bay Packers 7–5
1958 Weeb Ewbank Baltimore Colts 9–3
1957 George Wilson Detroit Lions 8–4

NFL Coach of the Year Winners By News Organization

Over the years, a number of different news organizations have handed out honors for NFL Coach of the Year.

Since 2011, the Associated Press NFL Coach of the Year has been awarded at the annual NFL Honors ceremony.

Even though the AP NFL Coach of the Year is considered the official award, other news outlets still post annual NFL awards including Sporting News.

For a complete breakdown of the different news organizations that have handed out annual NFL Coach of the Year Awards, check out the list below.

  • Associated Press
  • Sporting News
  • Pro Football Weekly
  • Maxwell Football Club

Check out the chart below to compare NFL Coach of the Year Award winners from the different news outlets.

Year Associated Press Team Sporting News Team Pro Football Weekly Team Maxwell Football Club Team
2021 Mike Vrabel Tennessee Titans Mike Vrabel Tennessee Titans No Award N/A No Award N/A
2020 Kevin Stefanski Cleveland Browns Kevin Stefanski Cleveland Browns No Award N/A No Award N/A
2019 John Harbaugh Baltimore Ravens Kyle Shanahan San Francisco 49ers No Award N/A No Award N/A
2018 Matt Nagy Chicago Bears Andy Reid (3) Kansas City Chiefs No Award N/A Andy Reid Kansas City Chiefs
2017 Sean McVay Los Angeles Rams Sean McVay Los Angeles Rams No Award N/A Doug Pederson Philadelphia Eagles
2016 Jason Garrett Dallas Cowboys Jason Garrett Dallas Cowboys No Award N/A Jack Del Rio Oakland Raiders
2014 Bruce Arians (2) Arizona Cardinals Bruce Arians Arizona Cardinals No Award N/A Bruce Arians Arizona Cardinals
2013 Ron Rivera Carolina Panthers Ron Rivera Carolina Panthers No Award N/A Chip Kelly Philadelphia Eagles
2012 Bruce Arians* Indianapolis Colts Mike Smith (3) Atlanta Falcons No Award N/A Chuck Pagano/Bruce Arians[5] Indianapolis Colts
2011 Jim Harbaugh San Francisco 49ers Jim Harbaugh San Francisco 49ers No Award N/A Mike McCarthy[6] Green Bay Packers
2010 Bill Belichick (3) New England Patriots Mike Smith (2) Atlanta Falcons No Award N/A Andy Reid Philadelphia Eagles
2009 Marvin Lewis Cincinnati Bengals Sean Payton (2) New Orleans Saints No Award N/A Sean Payton New Orleans Saints
2008 Mike Smith Atlanta Falcons Mike Smith Atlanta Falcons Tony Sparano Miami Dolphins Jeff Fisher Tennessee Titans
2007 Bill Belichick (2) New England Patriots Bill Belichick (2) New England Patriots Bill Belichick (2) New England Patriots Bill Belichick New England Patriots
2006 Sean Payton New Orleans Saints Sean Payton New Orleans Saints Sean Payton New Orleans Saints Sean Payton New Orleans Saints
2005 Lovie Smith Chicago Bears Tony Dungy Indianapolis Colts Lovie Smith Chicago Bears Tony Dungy Indianapolis Colts
2004 Marty Schottenheimer San Diego Chargers Bill Cowher (2) Pittsburgh Steelers Marty Schottenheimer San Diego Chargers Marty Schottenheimer San Diego Chargers
2003 Bill Belichick New England Patriots Bill Belichick New England Patriots Bill Belichick New England Patriots Dick Vermeil Kansas City Chiefs
2002 Andy Reid Philadelphia Eagles Andy Reid (2) Philadelphia Eagles Andy Reid Philadelphia Eagles Andy Reid Philadelphia Eagles
2001 Dick Jauron Chicago Bears Dick Jauron Chicago Bears Dick Jauron Chicago Bears Dick Jauron Chicago Bears
2000 Jim Haslett New Orleans Saints Andy Reid Philadelphia Eagles Jim Haslett New Orleans Saints Andy Reid Philadelphia Eagles
1999 Dick Vermeil St. Louis Rams Dick Vermeil (2) St. Louis Rams Dick Vermeil St. Louis Rams Dick Vermeil St. Louis Rams
1998 Dan Reeves (2) Atlanta Falcons Dan Reeves (2) Atlanta Falcons Dan Reeves (2) Atlanta Falcons Dennis Green Minnesota Vikings
1997 Jim Fassel New York Giants Jim Fassel New York Giants Jim Fassel New York Giants Tony Dungy Tampa Bay Buccaneers
1996 Dom Capers Carolina Panthers Dom Capers Carolina Panthers Dom Capers Carolina Panthers Dom Capers Carolina Panthers
1995 Ray Rhodes Philadelphia Eagles Ray Rhodes Philadelphia Eagles Ray Rhodes Philadelphia Eagles Ray Rhodes Philadelphia Eagles
1994 Bill Parcells (2) New England Patriots George Seifert (2) San Francisco 49ers Bill Parcells (2) New England Patriots Bill Parcells New England Patriots
1993 Dan Reeves New York Giants Dan Reeves New York Giants Dan Reeves New York Giants Dan Reeves New York Giants
1992 Bill Cowher Pittsburgh Steelers Bill Cowher Pittsburgh Steelers Bill Cowher Pittsburgh Steelers Bobby Ross San Diego Chargers
1991 Wayne Fontes Detroit Lions Joe Gibbs(3) Washington Redskins Wayne Fontes Detroit Lions Wayne Fontes Detroit Lions
1990 Jimmy Johnson Dallas Cowboys George Seifert San Francisco 49ers Art Shell Los Angeles Raiders Art Shell[7] Los Angeles Raiders
1989 Lindy Infante Green Bay Packers Lindy Infante Green Bay Packers George Seifert San Francisco 49ers Chuck Noll Pittsburgh Steelers
1988 Mike Ditka (2) Chicago Bears Marv Levy Buffalo Bills Mike Ditka Chicago Bears No Award N/A
1987 Jim Mora New Orleans Saints Jim Mora New Orleans Saints Jim Mora New Orleans Saints No Award N/A
1986 Bill Parcells New York Giants Bill Parcells New York Giants Bill Parcells New York Giants No Award N/A
1985 Mike Ditka Chicago Bears Mike Ditka Chicago Bears Mike Ditka Chicago Bears No Award N/A
1984 Chuck Knox (3) Seattle Seahawks Chuck Knox (3) Seattle Seahawks Dan Reeves Denver Broncos No Award N/A
1983 Joe Gibbs (2) Washington Redskins Joe Gibbs(2) Washington Redskins Joe Gibbs (2) Washington Redskins No Award N/A
1982 Joe Gibbs Washington Redskins Joe Gibbs Washington Redskins Joe Gibbs Washington Redskins No Award N/A
1981 Bill Walsh San Francisco 49ers Bill Walsh San Francisco 49ers Bill Walsh San Francisco 49ers No Award N/A
1980 Chuck Knox (2) Buffalo Bills Chuck Knox(2) Buffalo Bills Chuck Knox (2) Buffalo Bills No Award N/A
1979 Jack Pardee Washington Redskins Dick Vermeil Philadelphia Eagles Dick Vermeil Philadelphia Eagles No Award N/A
1978 Jack Patera Seattle Seahawks Jack Patera Seattle Seahawks Walt Michaels New York Jets No Award N/A
1977 Red Miller Denver Broncos Red Miller Denver Broncos Red Miller Denver Broncos No Award N/A
1976 Forrest Gregg Cleveland Browns Chuck Fairbanks New England Patriots Chuck Fairbanks New England Patriots No Award N/A
1975 Ted Marchibroda Baltimore Colts Ted Marchibroda Baltimore Colts Ted Marchibroda Baltimore Colts No Award N/A
1974 Don Coryell St. Louis Cardinals Don Coryell St. Louis Cardinals Don Coryell St. Louis Cardinals No Award N/A
1973 Chuck Knox Los Angeles Rams Chuck Knox Los Angeles Rams Chuck Knox Los Angeles Rams No Award N/A
1972 Don Shula (4) Miami Dolphins Don Shula (4) Miami Dolphins Don Shula (3) Miami Dolphins No Award N/A
1971 George Allen (2) Washington Redskins George Allen (2) Washington Redskins George Allen(2) Washington Redskins No Award N/A
1970 Paul Brown Cincinnati Bengals Don Shula (3) Miami Dolphins Don Shula (2) Miami Dolphins No Award N/A
1969 Bud Grant Minnesota Vikings Bud Grant Minnesota Vikings AFL – John Madden; NFL – Bud Grant Oakland Raiders; Minnesota Vikings No Award N/A
1968 Don Shula (3) Baltimore Colts Don Shula (2) Baltimore Colts AFL – Hank Stram; NFL – Don Shula Kansas City Chiefs; Baltimore Colts No Award N/A
1967 George Allen; Don Shula (2) (tie) Los Angeles Rams; Baltimore Colts George Allen Los Angeles Rams No Award N/A No Award N/A
1966 Tom Landry Dallas Cowboys Tom Landry Dallas Cowboys No Award N/A No Award N/A
1965 George Halas (2) Chicago Bears George Halas (2) Chicago Bears No Award N/A No Award N/A
1964 Don Shula Baltimore Colts Don Shula Baltimore Colts No Award N/A No Award N/A
1963 George Halas Chicago Bears George Halas Chicago Bears No Award N/A No Award N/A
1962 Allie Sherman (2) New York Giants No Award N/A No Award N/A No Award N/A
1961 Allie Sherman New York Giants Vince Lombardi Green Bay Packers No Award N/A No Award N/A
1960 Buck Shaw Philadelphia Eagles No Award N/A No Award N/A No Award N/A
1959 Vince Lombardi Green Bay Packers No Award N/A No Award N/A No Award N/A
1958 Weeb Ewbank Baltimore Colts No Award N/A No Award N/A No Award N/A
1957 George Wilson Detroit Lions No Award N/A No Award N/A No Award N/A
1956 No Award N/A Jim Lee Howell New York Giants No Award N/A No Award N/A
1955 No Award N/A Joe Kuharich Washington Redskins No Award N/A No Award N/A
1954 No Award N/A No Award N/A No Award N/A No Award N/A
1953 No Award N/A Paul Brown (3) Cleveland Browns No Award N/A No Award N/A
1952 No Award N/A J. Hampton Pool Los Angeles Rams No Award N/A No Award N/A
1951 No Award N/A Paul Brown (2) Cleveland Browns No Award N/A No Award N/A
1950 No Award N/A Steve Owen New York Giants No Award N/A No Award N/A
1949 No Award N/A Paul Brown Cleveland Browns No Award N/A No Award N/A
1948 No Award N/A Greasy Neale Philadelphia Eagles No Award N/A No Award N/A
1947 No Award N/A Jimmy Conzelman Chicago Cardinals No Award N/A No Award N/A
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