Coach of the Year

1966 — Tom Landry, Dallas Cowboys
1967 AFL — John Rauch, Oakland Raiders
1967 NFL — Vince Lombardi, Green Bay Packers
1968 AFL — Weeb Ewbank, New York Jets
1968 NFL — Don Shula, Baltimore Colts
1969 AFL — John Madden, Oakland Raiders
1969 NFL — Bud Grant, Minnesota Vikings
1970 AFC — Paul Brown, Cincinnati Bengals
1970 NFC — Dick Nolan, San Francisco 49ers
1971 AFC — Don Shula, Miami Dolphins
1971 NFC — George Allen, Washington Redskins
1972 AFC — Don Shula, Miami Dolphins
1972 NFC — Dan Devine, Green Bay Packers
1973 AFC — John Ralston, Denver Broncos
1973 NFC — Chuck Knox, Los Angeles Rams
1974 AFC — Sid Gilman, Houston Oilers
1974 NFC — Don Coryell, St. Louis Cardinals
1975 AFC — Ted Marchibroda, Baltimore Colts
1975 NFC — Tom Landry, Dallas Cowboys
1976 AFC — Chuck Fairbanks, New England Patriots
1976 NFC — Jack Pardee, Chicago Bears
1977 — Red Miller, Denver Broncos
1978 AFC — Walt Michaels, New York Jets
1978 NFC — Dick Vermeil, Philadelphia Eagles
1979 AFC — Don Coryell, San Diego Chargers
1979 NFC — Dick Vermeil, Philadelphia Eagles
1980 AFC — Chuck Knox, Buffalo Bills
1980 NFC — Leeman Bennett, Atlanta Falcons
1981 AFC — Forrest Gregg, Cincinnati Bengals
1981 NFC — Bill Walsh, San Francisco 49ers
1982 AFC — Tom Flores, Los Angeles Raiders
1982 NFC — Joe Gibbs, Washington Redskins
1983 AFC — Chuck Noll, Pittsburgh Steelers
1983 NFC — Joe Gibbs, Washington Redskins
1984 AFC — Chuck Knox, Seattle Seahawks
1984 NFC — Bill Walsh, San Francisco 49ers
1985 AFC — Raymond Berry, New England Patriots
1985 NFC — Mike Ditka, Chicago Bears
1986 AFC — Marty Schottenheimer, Cleveland Browns
1986 NFC — Bill Parcells, New York Giants
1987 AFC — Ron Meyer, New England Patriots
1987 NFC — Jim Mora, New Orleans Saints
1988 AFC — Sam Wyche, Cincinnati Bengals
1988 NFC — Mike Ditka, Chicago Bears
1989 AFC — Chuck Noll, Pittsburgh Steelers
1989 NFC — Lindy Infante, Green Bay Packers
1990 — Art Shell, Los Angeles Raiders
1991 — Wayne Fontes, Detroit Lions
1992 — Bobby Ross, San Diego Chargers
1993 — Dan Reeves, New York Giants
1994 — Bill Parcells, New England Patriots
1995 — Dom Capers, Carolina Panthers
1996 — Dom Capers, Carolina Panthers
1997 — Jim Fassel, New York Giants
1998 — Dan Reeves, Atlanta Falcons
1999 — Dick Vermeil, St. Louis Rams
2000 — Jim Haslett, New Orleans Saints
2001 — Dick Jauron, Chicago Bears
2002 — Andy Reid, Philadelphia Eagles
2003 — Bill Belichick, New England Patriots
2004 — Marty Schottenheimer, San Diego Chargers
2005 — Lovie Smith, Chicago Bears
2006 — Sean Payton, New Orleans Saints
2007 — Bill Belichick, New England Patriots
2008 — Tony Sparano, Miami Dolphins
2009 — Marvin Lewis, Cincinnati Bengals
2010 — Bill Belichick, New England Patriots
2011 — Jim Harbaugh, San Francisco 49ers
2012 — Bruce Arians, Indianapolis Colts
2013 — Ron Rivera, Carolina Panthers
2014 — Bruce Arians, Arizona Cardinals
2015 — Ron Rivera, Carolina Panthers
2016 — Jason Garrett, Dallas Cowboys

The PFWA presented an AFL and NFL Coach of the Year award from 1967-69 and a AFC and NFC Coach of the Year award from 1970-89, except for 1977.

The PFWA’s Coach of the Year award was presented in conjunction with Pro Football Weekly from 1992-2012.

Many thanks to John Turney of the Professional Football Researchers Association for his assistance in completing the PFWA’s award history.

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