One of the NFL’s most innovative offensive minds, Mike McCarthy has piloted the Green Bay Packers to one of the most successful stretches in franchise history during his 12 years as head coach. Named to the position on Jan. 12, 2006, he has guided Green Bay to the playoffs nine times in his 12 years at the helm, and joins Vince Lombardi and Mike Holmgren as the only coaches to guide the Packers to a Super Bowl win with Green Bay’s 31-25 victory over Pittsburgh in Super Bowl XLV. McCarthy’s 121 regular-season wins in his first 12 years as a head coach rank fourth in NFL history (according to the Elias Sports Bureau), while his 131 total wins are second in franchise history to only Curly Lambeau (212 from 1921-49). With a Week 6 victory over the San Diego Chargers in 2015, McCarthy earned the 100th regular-season win of his career in just his 150th game, making him the seventh-fastest coach in NFL history and the fastest current NFL coach to reach the 100-win plateau. In 2016, he extended his franchise record with his eighth regular season with 10-plus wins.