Pete Carroll Urban Meyer Chip Kelly Marty Schottenheimer
What a weird time for Washington around the turn of the century. With three games remaining in the 2000 season, the team replaced head coach Norv Turner with interim HC Terry Robiskie.
Robiskie joined the Browns’ staff the following year, and Washington brought in Marty Schottenheimer, who previously coached the aforementioned Browns (1984-88) and Kansas City Chiefs (1989-98).
The team started 0-5, won its next five games, and finished 8-8. Despite the strong showing to close out the year, owner Dan Snyder fired Schottenheimer for Steve Spurrier, who resigned during the 2003 season.
(Also, a few of the previous names on this list are part of Schottenheimer’s coaching tree — Art Shell, Cam Cameron, Hue Jackson, and Rob Chudzinski.)