Buffalo Bills assistant coach history

Clem Crowe

Crowe was the assistant coach for the Buffalo Bills and Buffalo Bisons in the 1946-1948 seasons, a total of three years. Crowe's record as the team's assistant coach was 18-21-3, making him the most successful assistant coach in Buffalo Bills history. The team made it to the playoffs one time (1948) and had a 1-1 record under Coach Crowe in playoff games.

Bill Daddio

Daddio was the assistant coach for the Buffalo Bisons in the 1946 season. Daddio's record as the team's assistant coach was 3-10-1, making him the second-most successful assistant coach in Buffalo Bills history.

John Andrew Scafide

Scafide was the assistant coach for the Buffalo Bisons in the 1946 season. Scafide's record as the team's assistant coach was 3-10-1, making him the second-most successful assistant coach in Buffalo Bills history.


Buffalo Bills assistant coach record

Coach Years Record Win percentage Playoff record
Clem Crowe 1946-1948 18-21-3 46.4% 1-1
Bill Daddio 1946 3-10-1 25.0% 0-0
John Andrew Scafide 1946 3-10-1 25.0% 0-0

Buffalo Bills assistant coach facts

  • Clem Crowe, Bill Daddio, and John Andrew Scafide was the first assistant coach in Bills history in 1946.
  • Clem Crowe coached the most seasons as the Bills's assistant coach at three seasons.
  • Clem Crowe was the last coach to hold the position of assistant coach, leaving the role after the 1948 season.