Baltimore Ravens: The Future of the Ring of Honor

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Nov 24, 2014; New Orleans, LA, USA; Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh leaves the field following a win over the New Orleans Saints in a game at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. The Ravens defeated the Saints 34-27. Mandatory Credit: Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports

John Harbaugh

Jack Harbaugh should be proud of his sons, Jim and John. But the edge goes to John in this family rivalry as the Ravens beat Jim’s San Fransisco 49ers the two times they have squared off, including the Super Bowl XLVII win.

He has led the Ravens to 82 wins (including postseason) since accepting the job in 2008, second most in the NFL over that span. His 10 playoff victories are also the most since becoming the head coach in Baltimore. He is also the only head coach in NFL history to win a playoff game in his first five seasons.

Harbaugh could go 0-16 the next two seasons and he will still go down as the greatest head coach in Ravens history. Barring some unforeseen incident that separates the two sides, Harbaugh has etched himself as a member of the Ring of Honor once his coaching career is completed.

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