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Let’s Rank All Of The Jacksonville Jaguars Head Coaches



5. Mike Mularkey


Years Coached: 2012

Total Games Coached: 16

Win/Loss/Tie Record: 2-14


If you blinked your eyes in 2012, there’s a great chance you missed the entire Mike Mularkey stint in Jacksonville. Mularkey was given the Jags head coaching job after he helped turn around the Atlanta Falcons offense. Jacksonville was desperate to get back to the playoffs after a four-year absence and needed a shot in the arm. Mularkey wasn’t the shot they needed though. After only winning two games in his first season, he was fired by new GM Dave Caldwell who wanted to bring in his own guy and the franchise hit the reset button once again.


4. Gus Bradley

Jacksonville Jaguars v Detroit Lions

Years Coached: 2013-2016

Total Games Coached: 62

Win/Loss/Tie Record: 14-48


Gus Bradley had a lot of success turning the Seattle Seahawks defense into championship contenders when he was defensive coordinator from 2009-2012. He did such a good job with the Seahawks, that the Jags jumped all over him thinking they had a surefire future “Hall-of-Fame” head football coach. Yeah, about that. Bradley’s teams were garbage during his entire tenure in Jacksonville. You want to know how his years went season-by-season?




2-12 (FIRED)

You can have a great defensive mind all you want. But the truth is, if you don’t have a good QB… aren’t winning very many NFL games. Gus Bradley found that out the hard way.


3. Doug Marrone


Years Coached: 2016-present

Total Games Coached: 34

Win/Loss/Tie Record: 16-18


Doug Marrone has had an interesting NFL head coaching career. His stint with the Buffalo Bills was decent. However, Marrone shocked the NFL world when he announced that he was leaving the Bills and would sit-out instead of coaching the team and get paid in full (something the language in his contract allowed him to do). Marrone sat out a year, but was then hired by Jacksonville as an assistant head coach in 2015. Marrone was promoted to head coach after the team relieved Gus Bradley of his duties towards the end of the 2016 season. With Marrone as head coach, the Jags have had mixed success. Yes, he got the team back to the playoffs after a 10-year absence and let’s not forget the Jags made it all the way to the AFC Championship last year before running into the juggernaut known as the New England Patriots. Jacksonville regressed this year though as they slipped back to 5-11 and the losing ways that Jags fans are used to. Next year will be a big one for Marrone. Does he have the coaching chops to get this thing turned around again?


2. Jack Del Rio


Years Coached: 2003-2011

Total Games Coached: 139

Win/Loss/Tie Record: 68-71


Jack Del Rio is the longest tenured coach in Jacksonville Jaguars history. Del Rio spent nine seasons as Jacksonville’s head coach, which is amazing all things considered. You would think that a guy who spent nine seasons with the same team must have had a lot of success, right? Well, Del Rio’s time in Jacksonville was a giant mixed bag. He finished his Jaguars career with an overall losing record. He had five total winning seasons and four total losing seasons. He never won a division title as head coach of the Jags. And in nine years as coach of the Jags, Del Rio only made the playoffs twice and won just one playoff game during his tenure. I ask again folks. How the hell does a guy with this kind of resume last this long in the NFL with such little post-season success? This isn’t the Cincinnati Bengals we are talking about here people. It’s kind of scary that a guy with a resume is this close to being #1 on this list and he would be the greatest Jags coach of all-time if it wasn’t for this guy…….


1. Tom Coughlin


Years Coached: 1995-2002

Total Games Coached: 128

Win/Loss/Tie Record: 68-60


The G.O.A.T. of head coaching when it comes to the Jacksonville Jaguars. Coughlin is the ONLY head coach in Jacksonville’s short history that has an overall winning record with the team. He was the first ever head coach in Jaguars history. He got them to two AFC Championship games, including one in just the franchise’s second season in the NFL (an extremely impressive feat). Jacksonville has never had a season that’s even come close to replicating how good they were in 1999 when they went 14-2 and lost to the Tennessee Titans in the AFC title game. Tom Coughlin is the greatest coach in Jacksonville Jaguars history and it’s not even close.