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  1. jmt57

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    Congratulations to both Bill Belichick and Tom Brady on last night's win over the Chiefs. In doing so they both moved up one spot on the career win list, passing NFL legends.

    Belichick passed Bill Parcells, and is now 9th all-time with 184 wins.

    Brady passed Joe Montana, and is now 7th all-time with 118 wins

    Most Wins by a Head Coach
    347 - Don Shula
    324 - George Halas
    270 - Tom Landry
    229 - Curly Lambeau
    209 - Chuck Noll
    205 - Marty Shottenheimer
    201 - Dan Reeves
    193 - Chuck Knox
    184 - Bill Belichick
    183 - Bill Parcells

    Most Wins by a Quarterback
    186 - Brett Favre
    148 - John Elway
    147 - Dan Marino
    141 - Peyton Manning
    124 - Fran Tarkenton
    119 - John Unitas
    118 - Tom Brady
    117 - Joe Montana
    107 - Terry Bradshaw
    102 - Warren Moon
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    #12 Jersey

    Assuming they both stick for another 5 years, and in Brady's case remains healthy, and win 11 games per year BB would end up 4th and Brady 2nd. That's also assuming Manning doesn't come back and add on another 40 wins.
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    Every week it's something with these two lately...:D
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    It's not about individual achievements, it's about winning footb... oh wait.
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    I think this is the best HC/QB duo of all time.

    MOntana/Walsh is the only rival really, and I think Brady and BB have already surpassed their greatness.
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    Interesting that Brady passed his boyhood hero with the same game Belichick passed his mentor.
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    I just wish that they went to an 18 game season and BB stuck around until he is 75 to pass that arsewipe Shula....and I hope if he did, Shula is around to see it.....
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    we are going to be seeing news like this a LOT until the end of next season me predicts


    congrats to both
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    If the Pats beat the Eagles Brady will pass Unitas vs the Colt ironically.
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    Yes, but it is just wins. Who cares about wins, or points?

    Surely there must be a ranking based upon what coach and quarterback gained the most yards, and that single statistic would be the be-all-and-end-all of statistical analysis of great QB/coach combinations.

    We all know that yards are the only important thing, right? /end sarcasm
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