In the modern era of football since the merger, many coaches have garnered respect for their head coaching abilities but were never able (or not yet) to win the big one. Following is a list of the top head coaches who weren't (or haven't yet) able to win a Super Bowl. John Robinson – You younger guys may not even know who this is but he built some great Rams teams during the 80's and if the NFC wasn't so competitive with the Redskins, Giants, Bears, and 49ers during that era, he would have had a shot. Marty Schottenheimer - 21 seasons. Sparkling regular season winning % of .613 over his career with 13 playoff appearances but paltry 5-13 playoff record and no conference championships tarnished his legacy. Chuck Knox – 11 playoff appearances in 22 years but could never manage to make it to the big game. Bud Grant – 12 playoff appearances in 18 seasons and 4 conference championships but zero SB's make him one of the best who never won the big one. Marv Levy – Took his team to 4 straight SB appearances, which has never been done before or since....... Unfortunately, he went 0-4. Jeff Fisher – Came within 3 feet of getting one but close doesn't count ………. He still has time Don Coryell – Innovative mind who developed a consistent contender but could never get to the big game Andy Reid – Playoff appearances in an astounding 8 of first 11 seasons in the league but couldn't get it done with McNabb under center. Will a change at QB be the difference? Jim Mora – Was the first coach to create a winner in New Orleans but never won the big one there or in Indy. Dan Reeves – 23 seasons. One of the few coaches to take multiple teams to the Super Bowl but could not get the job done in 4 tries to the big game. Up and comers on this list ………….. Wade Phillips, Norv Turner, John Fox, Marvin Lewis, Jack Del Rio, and Lovie Smith.