No matter where he coaches, Marty Schottenheimer continues to win. The former head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs (among other places) won a UFL Championship to place alongside his list of accomplishments.
Sports Illustrated’s Peter King even wrote about him in his Coaches of the Week section of MMQB:
At long last, in his 22nd season as a pro head coach, Schottenheimer won a professional football championship. His Virginia Destroyers beat Jim Fassel’s Las Vegas Locos 17-3 in Vegas Saturday night. "I’m a simple man,‘’ Schottenheimer said. "I told our guys that we didn’t need to do anything fancy to win the game. Just go back to the basics and execute, and that’s what we did.‘’ Is that a Marty quote or what? I think I’ve heard him say that 67 times as an NFL coach.
In his tenure with the Chiefs, Schottenheimer’s record was 101-58-1.