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 The NFL Coach of the Year named by The Associated Press which is selected by a nationwide panel of the media:
2007 - Bill Belichick, New England
2006 - Sean Payton, New Orleans
2005 - Lovie Smith, Chicago
2004 - Marty Schottenheimer, San Diego
2003 - Bill Belichick, New England
2002 - Andy Reid, Philadelphia
2001 - Dick Jauron, Chicago
2000 - Jim Haslett, New Orleans
1999 - Dick Vermeil, St. Louis
1998 - Dan Reeves, Atlanta
1997 - Jim Fassel, New York Giants
1996 - Dom Capers, Carolina
1995 - Ray Rhodes, Philadelphia
1994 - Bill Parcells, New England
1993 - Dan Reeves, New York Giants
1992 - Bill Cowher, Pittsburgh
1991 - Wayne Fontes, Detroit
1990 - Jimmy Johnson, Dallas
1989 - Lindy Infante, Green Bay
1988 - Mike Ditka, Chicago
1987 - Jim Mora, New Orleans
1986 - Bill Parcells, New York Giants
1985 - Mike Ditka, Chicago
1984 - Chuck Knox, Seattle
1983 - Joe Gibbs, Washington
1982 - Joe Gibbs, Washington
1981 - Bill Walsh, San Francisco
1980 - Chuck Knox, Buffalo
1979 - Jack Pardee, Washington
1978 - Jack Patera, Seattle
1977 - Red Miller, Denver
1976 - Forrest Gregg, Cleveland
1975 - Ted Marchibroda, Baltimore
1974 - Don Coryell, St. Louis
1973 - Chuck Knox, Los Angeles
1972 - Don Shula, Miami
1971 - George Allen, Washington
1970 - Dick Nolan, San Francisco
1969 - Bud Grant, Minnesota
1968 - Don Shula, Baltimore
1967 - George Allen, Los Angeles and Don Shula, Baltimore
1966 - Tom Landry, Dallas
1965 - George Halas, Chicago
1964 - Don Shula, Baltimore
1963 - George Halas, Chicago
1962 - Allie Sherman, New York Giants
1961 - Allie Sherman, New York Giants
1960 - Buck Shaw, Philadelphia
1959 - Vince Lombardi, Green Bay
1958 - Weeb Ewbank, Baltimore
1957 - George Wilson, Detroit
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