Bengals Head Coach Marvin Lewis and Raiders Head Coach Jack Del Rio
Oakland Raiders Head Coach Jack Del Rio
Head Coaching Record:68-71
|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:Head Coach Del Rio was a standout catcher at the University of Southern California and was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in 1981.
Cincinnati Bengals Head Coach Marvin Lewis
Head Coaching Record:100-90
|1981-84||Idaho State||Assistant Coach|
|1985-86||Long Beach State||Assistant Coach|
|1987-89||New Mexico||Assistant Coach|
|1992-95||Pittsburgh Steelers||Assistant Coach|
|1996-2001||Baltimore Ravens||Defensive Coordinator|
|2002||Washington Redskins||Assistant Head Coach/Defensive Coordinator|
|2003-15||Cincinnati Bengals||Head Coach|
Fun Fact: Entering his 13th season in Cincinnati, Lewis ranks second in the NFL in longest current tenure with one team, trailing only Bill Belichick who is in his 16th straight season with the New England Patriots.
Notable Connection:Raiders Head Coach Jack Del Rio was the linebackers coach for the Baltimore Ravens from 1999-2001, where he coached on the staff of Bengals Head Coach Marvin Lewis, who was the defensive coordinator. The two helped the Ravens win Super Bowl XXXV in 2000.