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May 26, 2015; Alameda, CA, USA; Oakland Raiders coach Jack Del Rio at press conference at organized team activities at the Raiders practice facility. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Name: Jack Del Rio

Team: Oakland Raiders

Years coached: 9 (Jacksonville)

Overall record: 68-71 (.489)

Playoff appearances (record): 2 (1-2)

Super Bowl appearances/wins: 0/0

Best Season: 2007 (11-5), lost in Divisional Round

When Jack Del Rio became the second coach in Jaguars history in 2003, the team was in a tailspin. They had won just 19 games the previous three years after wining 36 from 1997-99.

After a poor 5-11 season his first year, Del Rio had four non-losing seasons in a row, including 12-4 in 2005 and 11-5 in 2007. That year he won his first playoff game with a 31-29 Wild Card victory over Pittsburgh. It was the franchise’s first win in the postseason since 1999.

He won just 23 games the next four seasons, getting the axe 11 games in to the 2011 campaign.

Del Rio never had more than two winning seasons in a row, but he also ran the team during a time where the Jags averaged just one Pro Bowler per season.

His predecessor, current Giants coach Tom Coughlin, found success with an offense that featured perennial Pro Bolwers in quarterback Mark Brunell, lineman Tony Boselli and wide receiver Jimmy Smith.

While his decision-making skills certainly were questioned a time or two while in Jacksonville, there was no doubt they took a hit this offseason when he actually decided to accept the job with the Raiders, a team that hasn’t had a winning season since 2002.

Next: No. 2 -- Gary Kubiak, Denver Broncos