vince young i think
im not positive but the best pitcher ever was Lew Gerig
Tom Brady and Bill Belichick
In any division it is Cullen Finnerty of Grand Valley State.
Tom Brady and Ben Roethlisberger are the two quarterbacks that have the best winning percentage in their first 4 years in the NFL. Ben Roethlisberger has the fourth highest career winning percentage as a quarterback.
There have been a lot of great quarterbacks-- Joe Montana, John Elway, Tom Brady, Peyton Manning. However, the legendary Otto Graham, who played for the Cleveland Browns in the 1950s and 60s holds the record for the highest winning percentage by a starting quarterback. He won 81. 4% of his games.
New york yankees
Highest Winning Percentage, Regular Season Miami Dolphins .580 Highest Winning Percentage, Overall Dallas Cowboys .577
Ben Roethlisberger (Pittsburgh Steelers) has the best winning percentage by far.
Michigan has the highest winning percentage and the most wins
For QBs that started at least 10 playoff games it is Bart Starr of the Green Bay Packers at .900 (9-1 record).
No, Ohio State's winning percentage is 71.6%. It is the fifth highest of All-time. The University of Michigan holds the highest winning percentage of 74%
Carolina Panthers, 6-3 for a .667 winning percentage.
'pct' stands for percentage. A quarterback has a stat called 'completion pct' or completion percentage. A team stat is 'winning pct' or winning percentage which is the percentage of games the team wins. Wherever you see 'pct' in stats, it stands for percentage.
Peyton Manning has the most NFL regular and postseason wins as of 2016, with 200. He surpassed Brett Farve who had 199 total wins by winning Super Bowl 50 against the Panthers.
the colts have the highest winning precentage
Through Super Bowl XLII, that would be the Carolina Panthers at 6-3 for a winning percentage of .667 and the Baltimore Ravens at 5-3 for a winning percentage of .625. For teams that have been around a little longer than the Panthers and Ravens, it would be the New England Patriots at 21-13 for a winning percentage of .618 and the Green Bay Packers at 24-15 for a winning percentage of .615.
This list probably requires a qualifier of minimum number of NFL starts to be meaningful, so lets call it a minimum of 80 starts (or 5 years as a starter). Under this limitation, Tom Brady currently has a record of 103-28 (as of Oct. 8, 2009) which equates to a winning percentage of 78.6%. Joe Montana, who had a career record of 133-54, is next with a 71.1% winning record.
Aaron Rogers has the highest winning percentage at 67.226% followed by Ben Roethlisberger at 66.863%.... just .363 percent lower. Note, Roethlisberger has played 50 more games than Rogers and still has a really high winning percentage.