Tom Coughlin, the original Jaguars head coach, has the best win percentage with the team. In his 7 year tenure the team went 68-60, including a handful of playoff appearances that unfortunately didn't amount to a Super Bowl appearance.
Coach Jack Del Rio took the position after Coughlin left, and stayed with the team from 2003 all the way to 2011. Again there were a few playoff appearances, but the big game never happened.
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