Andy Reid wins second Super Bowl: Chiefs coach ranked among coaches with multiple titles

Reid became the 14th coach in history to win multiple Super Bowls. Of the 13 coaches who have already won multiple Super Bowls, nine of them are currently in the Hall of Fame. Bill Belichick will join them in Canton, Ohio, whenever he decides to hang up his whistle.

Here’s where Reid ranks among two-time Super Bowl-winning coaches. As you’ll see below, the list includes some of the greatest names in football history.

The only coach to win six Super Bowls, Belichick won two more rings as the Giants’ defensive coordinator under Bill Parcells. A defensive guru, Belichick’s defense held the high-scoring Rams offense to just 17 points in Super Bowl XXXVI. In his last Super Bowl win, Belichick’s defense gave up just three points.

Belichick was also the coach for the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history, which also happened to be the Super Bowl’s first and only overtime.

The last coach to win three consecutive NFL titles, Lombardi’s second and third titles during the Packers’ legendary run included wins in the first two Super Bowls. Lombardi’s star-studded team defeated the Cowboys in consecutive NFL title games before besting AFL champion Kansas City and Oakland in Super Bowls I and II.

The last coach to win five NFL titles, the driving forces behind Green Bay’s success was an all-time great defense, the devastating “Packer Sweep” and the cool efficiency of quarterback Bart Starr. It was all orchestrated by Lombardi, whose team building, coaching structure and philosophy we