No coach in NFL history has won more playoff games than Harbaugh in the first five seasons of a career. It's true that the Ravens have had at least five players make the Pro Bowl each season under Harbaugh, including six in 2012. Jim Harbaugh has had a lot of success in his first two years in San Francisco, but John Harbaugh still might not be getting enough credit for stabilizing the Ravens organization and taking the Ravens to five straight playoffs, three AFC championship games and a Super Bowl. Harbaugh, 50, didn't make the cut in ESPN.com's countdown of the 20 greatest coaches of all time. "By the way, did you know I said that?" Bisciotti said with a smile, patting Harbaugh on the back. While it's too early to start talking about making a bust of Harbaugh for Canton, his ability to consistently win and win at a high level in a league that prides itself on parity underscores an unprecedented path of success. “Jim has a slight edge over John, if only because of his ability to get the best out of players who didn't perform under the old regime,” Elliot Harrison, who put together the list for NFL.com, rationalized.