With his Seahawks win in Super Bowl #48, coach Pete Carroll became the 30th coach in NFL history to win a Super Bowl. With former Pittsburgh coach Chuck Noll leading the way with four Super Bowl titles, 13 coaches have won two or more titles, while 17 coaches have now won once in the Super Bowl.
Carroll had two previous NFL coaching jobs before his current stint in Seattle: He spent one year with the New York Jets and three with the New England Patriots, compiling 71 regular season coaching wins. That ties him for fifth on the list of Super Bowl coaches with the fewest regular season wins. Of the 30 Super Bowl winning coaches, 17 have won 100 or more games while 13 have won less than 100. Here’s a look at the 13 Super Bowl winning coaches with the fewest regular season wins.