Belichick sets new NFL record with 37th playoff game as head coach
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Bill Belichick etched his name into the history books once again Saturday, coaching his 37th career playoff game as the New England Patriots hosted the Tennessee Titans in the divisional round.

Belichick was previously tied with Tom Landry and Don Shula.

The 65-year-old has won 26 of his previous 36 postseason games, including a record five Super Bowl titles.

Belichick can make more history if he guides New England to the Super Bowl for the second straight year. He has 34 playoff games with the Patriots (two with the Cleveland Browns) and trails Landry (36) for most postseason games with one team.

- With h/t to Boston Herald

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