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1951 NFL Coaches By Team

There were 12 different pro football coaches in 1951. Paul Brown led his team, the Cleveland Browns, to the best record at 11 - 1. Ultimately, though the top coaching job would go to Joe Stydahar of the Los Angeles Rams because he led his team to the Championship. Other top coaching jobs of 1951 were Steve Owen who led the New York Giants to a 9 - 2 - 1 record, Joe Stydahar who led the Los Angeles Rams to a 8 - 4 record and Buddy Parker who led the Detroit Lions to a 7 - 4 - 1 record. View all of the coaches from 1951 and see how their team finished.
1951 NFL Coaches
Coach Team Team Data
Herman Ball Washington Redskins ProfileRosterScheduleStandingsStat LeadersFantasy Leaders
Paul Brown Cleveland Browns ProfileRosterScheduleStandingsStat LeadersFantasy Leaders
George Halas Chicago Bears ProfileRosterScheduleStandingsStat LeadersFantasy Leaders
Curly Lambeau Chicago Cardinals ProfileRosterScheduleStandingsStat LeadersFantasy Leaders
Bo McMillin Philadelphia Eagles ProfileRosterScheduleStandingsStat LeadersFantasy Leaders
John Michelosen Pittsburgh Steelers ProfileRosterScheduleStandingsStat LeadersFantasy Leaders
Steve Owen New York Giants ProfileRosterScheduleStandingsStat LeadersFantasy Leaders
Buddy Parker Detroit Lions ProfileRosterScheduleStandingsStat LeadersFantasy Leaders
Gene Ronzani Green Bay Packers ProfileRosterScheduleStandingsStat LeadersFantasy Leaders
Buck Shaw San Francisco 49ers ProfileRosterScheduleStandingsStat LeadersFantasy Leaders
Red Strader New York Yanks ProfileRosterScheduleStandingsStat LeadersFantasy Leaders
Joe Stydahar Los Angeles Rams ProfileRosterScheduleStandingsStat LeadersFantasy Leaders
 
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