Bill Belichick has made a lot of history in his time with the New England Patriots and he has a chance to do it yet again today.

With a win, Belichick will move into a tie with Don Shula for the second most post-season wins in league history.

Belichick currently has an overall record of 18-8 in the post-season (17-7 with Pats), which is good for third best in league history. Don Shula sits at 19-17.

With just three more wins in the post-season, Belichick could break Tom Landry's 20-16 all-time NFL best. Which, of course, means that Belichick will be the record holder if the Pats are able to win the Super Bowl this year.

Interestingly enough, if you look at simply winning percentage of coaches with 20 or more appearances in the post-season, Belichick is second all-time behind Joe Gibbs with a .692 winning percentage. Bill has had 26 total appearances in the playoffs.

Michael Saver 1/11/2014 12:15:00 PM Edit

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