|Years Coached ||Record ||Win % ||Playoff record ||Playoff win % |
|6 ||32-36-1 ||47.10% ||1-0 ||100.00% |
Bob Snyder was a football coach in the National Football League (NFL) from 1945 to 1956, finishing his career as the assistant coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers. Over his six years of coaching his teams compiled a cumulative win/loss record of 32-36-1. He was also the head coach of the Los Angeles Rams for the 1947 season. The Rams went 6-6-0 in this lone season as a head coach. During his career he was a head coach for one season.
Bob Snyder Coaching Tree
Before he was a head coach, Snyder served as an assistant coach for Adam Walsh, Curly Lambeau, and Walt Kiesling. During this time, he coached for two years for Adam Walsh and Walt Kiesling. One assistant coach from his coaching staffs, Joe Stydahar, was eventually hired as a head coach. After coaching on Bob Snyder's coaching staff, he was the head coach of the Los Angeles Rams and Chicago Cardinals for five seasons where he combined for a regular season record of 29-30-1 and 2-2 in the playoffs. His also coached the 1951 Rams to the NFL championship.
|Year ||Position ||Record ||Playoff record |
| 1956 Pittsburgh Steelers || Assistant Coach || 5-7-0 || 0-0 |
| 1955 Pittsburgh Steelers || Assistant Coach || 4-8-0 || 0-0 |
| 1949 Green Bay Packers || Backs Coach / Backfield Coach || 2-10-0 || 0-0 |
| 1947 Los Angeles Rams || Head Coach || 6-6-0 || 0-0 |
| 1946 Los Angeles Rams || Offensive Backfield Coach || 6-4-1 || 0-0 |
| 1945 Cleveland Rams || Offensive Backfield Coach || 9-1-0 || 1-0 |
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