Super Bowl XLVIII presents us with two of the most impressive coach-quarterback combos in the NFL today.
In their two years together, John Fox and Peyton Manning have lost just six games (seven if you count their 2012 playoff loss to Baltimore), while the latter has gone on to rewrite the single-season record books.
On the other sideline, Pete Carroll and Russell Wilson have been just as impressive. Two years, a 24-8 record, including a 15-1 mark at home, two playoff appearances and Seattle's second Super Bowl appearance.
Only one of these coach-QB combos has much of a future beyond this season, and while Manning will go down in history as arguably the top passer in NFL history, his status is cemented by the time he spent paired with Tony Dungy in Indianapolis.
Carroll and Wilson, on the other hand, have many years ahead of them and plenty of time to cement their status as the top coach-QB tandem in franchise history.
If they can manage that, they'll join this list of the top coach-quarterback duos in each NFL team's history.