1990 Falcons ... jumped from Oilers
The abrasive, yet colorful Glanville got his first turn in the spotlight after being promoted from Oilers defensive coordinator to full-time head coach in 1986. He led Houston to three straight wild-card berths from 1987 to '89, but his inability to push the team past the first round prompted his eventual dismissal. With the Falcons (1990-93), Glanville endured three losing seasons, but he did claim one NFC West title in 1991. In that season, the Elvis Presley-loving Glanville had the opportunity to coach -- but not necessarily play -- another icon, rookie Brett Favre. In 1992, Glanville supported Favre being traded to Green Bay for a first-round pick -- a move that was widely trumpeted as a steal for the Falcons ... that is, until Favre took the world by storm that September (and for the next 19 seasons).