No, I believe it was Don Shula with the Dolphins.
Through the 2008 season, Noll's 23 seasons and 342 games rank him 7th on the all time list. The longest tenured coach in NFL history is George Halas with 40 seasons (1920-1929, 1933-1942, 1946-1955, and 1958-1967). Shula's 33 seasons rank 2nd, tied with Curly Lambeau.
bum phillips As far as head coaches winning an NFL championship it is Dan Reeves who coached 23 seasons and 357 regular season games without winning a Super Bowl. Reeves coached teams to 4 Super Bowls (Denver 3 and Atlanta 1) but lost each one. Next comes Chuck Knox with 22 seasons and 334 regular season games as head coach. Knox did not coach a team to the Super Bowl. Next comes Marty Schottenheimer with 21 seasons and 327 regular season games as head coach. Marty did not coach a team to the Super Bowl.
thankfully we get three seasons. :D
Chuck Noll had the longest run at head coach for the Steelers, coaching for 23 seasons (1969-1991).
Tom Brady holds the NFL record for the longest winning streak at 21 games. Jim McMahon won 23 consecutive regular season starts plus his 3 post seasons starts between the 1985-1987 seasons. Chuck Ealey, University of Toledo, holds the longest win streak in college football, going a perfect 35-0 over his collegiate career.
On April 17, 1953, Mickey Mantle is said to have hit the longest HR in baseball history. According to estimates he hit a 656 foot home run at Washington's Griffith Stadium off Senator's pitcher Chuck Stobbs.
now there is two seasons and a third on the way that's all i can help you
"On April 17, 1953, Mickey Mantle is credited with what many consider to be the longest HR in baseball history. He is estimated to have hit a 565 foot home run at Washington's Griffith Stadium off Senator's pitcher Chuck Stobbs."
No. Chuck ended its run in 2012 after five seasons. It does not appear to be airing in syndication but check your local listings.
it will be only 1 more + its only 13 eps :(
Chuck Noll was the head coach for one team in the NFL. He coached the Pittsburgh Steelers for 23 seasons, from 1969-1991.
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Chuck norris's parents met, and then had two kids, one of whome was a beast/tiger/freak/monster named chuck.
Chuck Noll, of the Pittsburgh Steelers - he won Superbowls VIII and IX (1974 and 1975 seasons) and XIII and XIV (1978 and 1979 seasons).
so far 4! season 5 is kicking off and season 6 hopefully :D
Chuck Hayes is 6'6
because people write history in books.
Only survivors write history...
Death came for Chuck Norris once, and he roundhouse kicked him in the face, killing death himself, and therefore Chuck Norris is now Death and will kill you with a roundhouse kick to the face. But otherwise, Chuck Norris CAN be killed, but only by an Omnipotent or possibly a Mulatto with the initials W V. chuck Norris will die when he gets tired of being badass, but when he gets bored, he comes back. This is what causes the seasons. The leaves hide when chuck is here.
Chuck Cecil has written: 'Becoming someplace special' -- subject(s): History 'Remember the time--' -- subject(s): Anecdotes, Biography, History, Social life and customs 'A Brookings album, 1879-2004' -- subject(s): History, Pictorial works