Let’s start with a tough one. With 165 losses, which coach has lost the most games in NFL history?
Obviously, there’s something to be said for losing a lot of games. That’s kind of like throwing the most interceptions in NFL history, a mark that Brett Favre holds. Let’s move on to a rate-based trivia question.
Which coach has the worst winning percentage in NFL history, minimum 50 games coached? It’s not Campbell or Joe Bugel, who at 30% are tied for the fourth worst record.
What if we move to current coaches? Which of the 32 active head coaches has the most losses? No hints here:
What about the current head coach with the worst winning percentage, regardless of minimum games coached?
Marion Campbell doesn’t have the most losses or the worst winning percentage, but he does have one record: At 34-80-1, Campbell finished his career 46 games below .500, the lowest mark in NFL history. The runner-up spot belongs to former Tampa Bay head coach John McKay.
Let’s move on to the final trivia question of the day: Which active head coach has the worst record when it comes to games below .500?