Tom Brady threw three touchdown passes Sunday as the Patriots smacked the Jets 37-16. It was the 117th win for Brady and Bill Belichick, the most for a quarterback-coach combo in NFL history.

Here are the other four duos in the top five. Except for the active players, everyone on this list is in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

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Bill Belichick, Tom Brady

117 wins, Patriots. On Sept. 23, 2001, Mo Lewis knocked Drew Bledsoe out of the lineup, giving Brady his chance. Brady, who jumped over Damon Huard in training camp to become the No. 2 quarterback, was drafted in the sixth round out of Michigan. Belichick is the only coach to win three Super Bowls in a four-year span and was the first to go 16-0 in the regular season.

Don Shula, Dan Marino

116 wins, Dolphins. Marino was the first quarterback to throw for more than 5,000 yards in a season and finished his career with 61,361 yards and 420 touchdowns. Shula coached two Super Bowl champions with the Dolphins, including a perfect season in 1972 (17-0), and finished his coaching career as the career leader in wins with 347.

Chuck Noll, Terry Bradshaw

107 wins, Steelers. Noll selected Bradshaw with the No. 1 overall pick in the 1970 draft. Bradshaw, out of Louisiana Tech, teamed with Noll to win four Super Bowls. Noll is the only coach to have four Super Bowl wins and Bradshaw was the first quarterback to have won three and four Super

Marv Levy, Jim Kelly

99 wins, Bills. Under the direction of Marv Levy and the arm of Jim Kelly, the Bills went to an unprecedented four straight Super Bowls, but came up short all four times. Levy is one of two men -- along with Chicago's George Halas -- to coach in the NFL after the age of 70. Kelly, a first-round draft pick out of the University of Miami, started his pro career with the Houston Gamblers in the USFL.

Andy Reid,
Donovan McNabb

97 wins, Eagles. Reid is still coach of the Eagles and has compiled the most wins (131) in team history. McNabb is no longer with the team, but holds a number of team records. Coach and quarterback led the Eagles to the 2005 Super Bowl, coming up short against the Patriots.

-- Seth Levenstein is president of Dynasty Sports Marketing, the producer of The Ultimate Sports Challenge, a multiplayer online sports trivia game and tournament series.

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