Jim Mora, who guided the Saints to the playoffs during the 1987 season.
Through the 2007 season, the Saints have had 14 head coaches. Click on the 'New Orleans Saints Head Coaches' link on this page to see who has coached the Saints and what their all time record was.
As of May 2014, the Pittsburgh Steelers has had a total of 17 head coaches. The current coach has been with the team for 16 years.
1999-2000 season under head coach Terry Murray.
At the begginning of the 2009 NBA Playoffs, there were six black head coaches in the playoffs--4 in the East and 2 in the West: Cleveland's Mike Brown, Boston's Doc Rivers, Atlanta's Mike Woodson, Detroit's Michael Curry, Portland's Nate McMillan and New Orleans' Byron Scott. As of May 5th, only Brown, Rivers and Woodson remain alive in the playoffs.
Stram & Lombarti
Bob Stoops, Oklahoma won a national championship in his second season
Coaches with winning records have been fired. One example would be in 2006 head Coach Marty Schottenheimer lead the Chargers to a 14-2 record, before losing in the playoffs to the Patriots. With ownership questioning his ability to win in the playoffs, he was let go after the 2006 Super Bowl.
There are currently 30 head coaches