Cumulative stats (All positions)
|Years Coached||Wins / Losses / Ties||Win %||Playoff wins / Playoff losses||Playoff win %||Championship wins|
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Upon completion of his playing career for University of Texas, Shanahan would start his coaching career for UCLA. New head coach Karl Dorrell hired Shanahan as a graduate assistant, however the team struggled to only a 6-7 record and a loss in the Silicon Valley Bowl. This would be Shanahan’s only season coaching college; with the completion of the season he would move to the NFL.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Shanahan would move to the NFL after only one season of college coaching when he took the offensive quality control coaching position with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. For two seasons Shanahan helped with the game-planning and breaking down opposing defenses for the Buccaneers under head coach Jon Gruden. The team would experience some success during Shanahan’s tenure, going 11-5 before losing their first playoff game in his final season with the team. He would leave the team after two seasons for his first opportunity as a position coach.
Shanahan would take a position with the Houston Texans under new head coach Gary Kubiak. Kubiak had worked most of career, both playing and coaching, with Shanahan’s father Mike during his time with the Denver Broncos and the San Francisco 49ers. Shanahan would spend a total of four seasons in Houston, one as the wide receivers coach, one as quarterbacks coach, and adding offensive coordinator for final two seasons.
During his four seasons, the team made gradual improvements, from 6-10 in 2006 to 9-7 in 2009, however always missing the playoffs. The offense would make improvements during Shanahan’s tenure, with wide receiver Andre Johnson earning three All-Pro designations (2006, 2008, 2009). During his final season with the team, the Texans would have the most prolific passing offense, directed by quarterback Matt Schaub, in the league. In 2009, the team would also have their first 1,000 yard rusher since 2004 (Steve Slaton).
At the end of the 2009 season, Shanahan would leave the Texans to take the offensive coordinator position with the Washington Redskins under new head coach, and his father, Mike Shanahan. Kyle had been hesitant to coach under his father when he first started his career, and turned down an offer to coach with him out of college. He wanted to establish himself as a successful coach and earn his success away from his father. Now that he had established himself as a successful NFL assistant coach, he was happy to coach with his father.
However, team success did not follow the Shanahans to Washington right away. The team struggled through back to back losing seasons. However, the team would post franchise record numbers in several offensive categories during this stretch. The team would breakthrough in 2012, going 10-6 and winning the NFC East. Behind Shanahan's evolution of the “East Coast Offense”, incorporating a variety of different formations to fully utilize quarterback Robert Griffin III, the team was the first in NFL history to pass for 3,400 yards and rush for 2,700 in the same season.
Shanahan was fired after the 2013 season and was hired on with new Cleveland Browns head coach Mike Pettine. The Browns started the season strong, once leading the AFC North with a 7-4 record. A dismal finish however left the team at 7-9.
At the conclusion of the 2014 season, Shanahan resigned from his position with the Browns and accepted an offer from the Atlanta Falcons to be their next Offensive Coordinator.
|Year||Franchise||Position||Wins / Losses / Ties||Playoff wins / Playoff losses||Championship win|
|2017||San Francisco 49ers||Head Coach||0-0-0||0-0|
|2016||Atlanta Falcons||Offensive Coordinator||11-5-0||2-1|
|2015||Atlanta Falcons||Offensive Coordinator||8-8-0||0-0|
|2014||Cleveland Browns||Offensive Coordinator||7-9-0||0-0|
|2013||Washington Redskins||Offensive Coordinator||3-13-0||0-0|
|2012||Washington Redskins||Offensive Coordinator||10-6-0||0-1|
|2011||Washington Redskins||Offensive Coordinator||5-11-0||0-0|
|2010||Washington Redskins||Offensive Coordinator||6-10-0||0-0|
|2009||Houston Texans||Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks Coach||9-7-0||0-0|
|2008||Houston Texans||Offensive Coordinator / Quarterbacks Coach||8-8-0||0-0|
|2007||Houston Texans||Quarterbacks Coach||8-8-0||0-0|
|2006||Houston Texans||Wide Receivers Coach||6-10-0||0-0|
|2005||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||Assistant Quality Control / Offensive Quality Control Coach||11-5-0||0-1|
|2004||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||Offensive Quality Control / Offensive Quality Control Coach||5-11-0||0-0|