We know this year’s Hall of Fame Class is deep and loaded, and the best of the best have come together to make it a memorable one.
Here’s our rundown of the top 10.1.
Jason Garrett and the JetsJason Garrett is one of the most successful coaches in NFL history, and one of only four coaches to have won at least four Super Bowl titles.
Garrett has coached the Jets to four Superbowl appearances, and they’re also currently one of just two teams in the NFL with two playoff berths.
His teams have won two straight NFC Championship Games and reached the Super Bowl in each of his last three seasons.
He’s won four SuperBowls, and he’s one of three coaches to reach the six-game mark with the franchise.2.
Mike Tomlin and the Patriots Mike Tomlinson is the NFL’s longest-tenured coach, having led the New England Patriots to five SuperBows and two SuperCamps.
Tomlis was the first head coach to win three Super Bowls with the team, and his Patriots have won three straight.
Tomlin has won three of his four SuperBrands, including three of the past four in a row.
Tomlins two SuperBears, in 2014 and 2015, have ended with a combined record of 31-34.
Tomlis is one win away from tying Hall of Famer Dan Reeves for the most Super Bowl victories in the league.3.
Gregg Williams and the Rams Gregg Williams is one-half of the legendary Gregg Williams Football Operations Group, and is the most decorated coach in NFL franchise history.
He is one half of the famous Williams family, and also one half to one of NFL’s all-time great quarterbacks.
Williams has led the Rams to five consecutive trips to the Superbowl, and was also the first coach in franchise history to win two Super Bowl championships.
He led the team to four straight winning seasons, including back-to-back Super Bowl appearances in 2010 and 2011.4.
Pete Carroll and the Seahawks Pete Carroll has been an NFL Hall of Famer for almost 30 years, and a three-time Super Bowl champion.
He has won four of his five SuperBranches, and has won at the highest level in the history of the game four times.
He coached the Seattle Seahawks to two SuperBrashes, and won the title in 2014.5.
John Madden and the Colts John Madden is one the greatest quarterbacks to ever play the game.
Madden has won two SuperBronades, one of them coming in 2001, and two of his three championships came in the 2000s.
He won three SuperBucks, including the SuperBelt in 2008.6.
John Harbaugh and the 49ers John Harbaugh is one that most fans don’t even know exists, but he’s a great coach and one that is truly deserving of induction into the Hall of Patriots.
Harbaugh has won five Super Bowl Championships with the 49er team, including a Super Bowl appearance in his final season.7.
John Fox and the Bears John Fox is one hell of a coach, and deserves to be enshrined into the Pro Football Hall of Memorial.
Fox led the Bears to two straight winning campaigns in his first two seasons, and now is one year away from repeating that feat.
He also has two more years remaining on his contract, so there’s no telling what his contract might look like after this year.8.
Tony Dungy and the Ravens Tony Dungamy is one who has been the face of the Ravens franchise since the team moved to Baltimore.
Dungy has been a Hall ofFamer, and will likely be inducted into the NFL Hall after his career is over.9.
Joe Gibbs and the Packers Joe Gibbs is one one of, if not the, greatest coaches in league history.
The Packers have won four straight NFC Championships, and have won the SuperCoach title six times.
Gibbs is also the only coach to have two SuperCoach titles in a span of six seasons.10.
Jim Harbaugh and Harbaugh’s Ravens Jim Harbaugh is arguably the most famous coach in football, and Harbaugh is certainly one of that most famous coaches in the world.
The Ravens have won six straight SuperBraces, and are currently one win above the .500 mark.11.
Mike McCarthy and the Cardinals Mike McCarthy is one man that has been with the Cardinals for a long time, and arguably the best coach in the game, at this point in time.
McCarthy was the defensive coordinator for the St. Louis Rams for five seasons, from 2005 to 2009.
He was fired following the 2013 season, and since then, he has guided the Cardinals to three SuperCams, including two in his current tenure.12.
Mike Nolan and the Falcons Mike Nolan is one whose NFL career has been marked by success.
Nolan coached the Atlanta Falcons to three straight Super Bowl campaigns, and then four in the last six seasons, making him the only head coach in league annals to win a Superbowl with