In his 15 seasons as an NFL quarterback, Jim Harbaugh showed a knack for the comeback. He was named Comeback Player of the Year with Indianapolis in 1995, and in 1996, his Colts team was one dropped Hail Mary away from a Super Bowl berth. Harbaugh showed the same penchant for revitalization in his first year as San Francisco's head coach, transforming 2010's lackluster 6-10 squad into the 2011 NFC No. 2 seed at 13-3. The following season, Harbaugh took his team to the Super Bowl, losing to his brother John's Baltimore Ravens 34-31.