Joe's NFL coaching record is 154-94-0.
Coach Joe Gibbs led his Washington Redskins to win the NFC Conference Championship in 1983.
Coach Joe Gibbs led his Washington Redskins to win the NFC Conference Championship in 1991.
Coach Joe Gibbs led his Washington Redskins to win Super Bowl XVII in 1982, Super Bowl XXII in 1987, and Super Bowl XXVI in 1991.
Joe Gibbs has been recognized as one of the top seventy Washington Redskins in team history.
Joe Gibbs was named AP Coach of the Year in 1982.
Joe Gibbs lives in the state of Virginia with his wife Pat, where they have raised two children, J.D. and Coy Gibbs.
Joe Gibbs was named AP Coach of the Year in 1983.
Joe Gibbs was a 1964 graduate of SDSU, earning his master's degree in 1966.
Joe Gibbs schooled at Cerritos Junior College as well as San Diego State University.
Joe Gibbs is a 1959 graduate of Santa Fe High School in Santa Fe Springs, California.
Joe Gibbs is the only active NFL coach already in the NFL Hall of Fame at this time.
In January of 2004, Joe announced his coming out of retirement to rejoin the Washington Redskins as head coach and team president; Joe signed a five year $28.5 million contract.
Coaching the Washington Redskins for 12 seasons, Joe Gibbs has led the team to eight playoff appearances, four NFC Championship titles, and three Super Bowl wins.
He has 3 Winston Cup Championships(2000-Bobby Labonte,2002, 2005-Tony Stewart) as an owner
Joe Gibbs: The will to win is meaningless without the will to prepare.
Joe Gibbs: (Speaking on the losses of his team, the Washington Redskins.) I take responsibility for all of it. It all rests with me. We don't have to look real far to find somebody. I'm to blame.
Joe Gibbs: (Speaking on the Hurricane Katrina disaster and it's affects on the Saints.) Our heart goes out to everybody down there...they've got to do whatever they've got to do. We're all praying for everybody down there. There's been a number of our players affected by it, and you just hope that somehow such a tragedy somehow we'll get that all squared away as quick as we can. So I would say whatever they've got to do, the Saints...I just feel bad for them.
Joe Gibbs: (Speaking of his team, the Washington Redskins, getting back on track, and winning games again.) It was a big disappointment for us...we talked long and hard about it. It's been a real concern. It's a problem, and we've got to get it corrected.
Joe Gibbs: Failures are expected by losers, ignored by winners.
Joe Gibbs: A winning effort begins with preparation.
Joe Gibbs: People who enjoy what they are doing invariably do it well.