Raiders Head Coach Jack Del Rio and Ravens Head Coach John Harbaugh
Oakland Raiders Head Coach Jack Del Rio
Head Coaching Record:68-72
|1997||New Orleans Saints||Assistant Strength Coach|
|1998||New Orleans Saints||Linebackers|
|2002||Carolina Panthers||Defensive Coordinator|
|2003-11||Jacksonville Jaguars||Head Coach|
|2012-14||Denver Broncos||Defensive Coordinator|
|2013 (Wks. 10-13)||Denver Broncos||Interim Head Coach|
|2015||Oakland Raiders||Head Coach|
Fun Fact:During his time in Baltimore, he tutored a talented group of linebackers that included Ray Lewis. Baltimore's 2000 team set the NFL 16-game record by allowing only 165 points while recording four shutouts and forcing a league-best 49 turnovers. Lewis was named the NFL's Defensive Player of the Year and the MVP of Super Bowl XXXV that season.
Head Coach Del Rio also coached Ravens outside linebacker Elvis Dumervil in 2012 with the Denver Broncos. That season Dumervil started all 16 games, recording 11 sacks and 32 total tackles.
Baltimore Ravens Head Coach John Harbaugh
Head Coaching Record:72-41
|1984-86||Western Michigan||Graduate Assistant|
|1988||Morehead State||DBs/Special Teams/Strength and Conditioning|
|1989-94||Cincinnati||Assistant Head Coach|
|1995-96||Indiana||DBs/Special Teams Coordinator|
|1998-2006||Philadelphia Eagles||Special Teams Coordinator|
|2008-15||Baltimore Ravens||Head Coach|
Fun Fact:Harbaugh is the only head coach in NFL history to win at least one playoff game in six of the first seven seasons of a coaching career. With the Ravens' 2014 playoff berth, Harbaugh became one of eight coaches in NFL history to make the postseason in six of their first seven seasons coaching.