Patriots coach Bill Belichick can add another significant achievement to his Hall of Fame resume on Saturday.
If the Patriots beat the Ravens, it will be the 20th postseason victory of Belichick’s career. That would move Belichick into a tie with former Cowboys coach Tom Landry for the most postseason wins for any coach in NFL history. Belichick could then have the record all to himself if the Patriots win the AFC Championship Game.
Belichick won one playoff game as the coach of the Browns following the 1994 season, and he’s won 18 with the Patriots. If he wins three more this year, he’ll also join Chuck Noll as the only head coaches with four Super Bowl rings.
Landry coached the Cowboys from 1960 to 1988 and got to five Super Bowls, winning two of them.