Is a great coach.
and the correct answer is Billick
I'm a Ravens fan. I don't think Billick was that good of a coach but he played a huge part in changing the culture of that team. A lot of people forget that the Ravens were absolutely awful before he got there and he turned them around immediately. Also, he did a brilliant job motivating the team and keeping them close together over the course of an up and down situation. I mean the team went five straight games without scoring a TD. The locker room could have easily fallen apart and imploded. Instead they became even more closely-knit and won 11 straight games to close out the season. Billick did a lot more for the team than just go along the road. The only possible correct answers to this question is Don McCafferty and Barry Switzer. Both coaches won Super Bowls with teams that were already built by the previous coach. All they had to do was not screw it up.