If you’re hoping to compete for a Super Bowl, we can learn a lot from a coach’s first two years.
Everything the Bears didn’t do in their first five offensive possessions against the Saints they will try to accomplish against the Giants.
Tom Coughlin’s 2013 Giants are in uncharted territory.
The Giants have the firepower to put points on the board.
Phil Simms answers questions about the state of the NFL after seven weeks.
Instead of a handshake, Tom Coughlin had choice words for Greg Schiano.
Here’s a look at our Top 10 going into the 2012 season with the key attributes of each man.
With his team’s Super Bowl win Sunday night, Giants head coach Tom Coughlin has now moved into an elite category of head coaches in NFL history.
By Dan Durkin- (CBS) And then there were two. The 2011 NFL season has come down to an epic clash of eastern seaboard supremacy, Boston vs. New York. Baked beans vs. bagels. Brady vs. Manning. […]
Individual matchups will likely capture this game and here are four from each side’s perspective that should determine who wins Super Bowl XLVI.
More often than not, “A-List” college coaches – such as the likes of Tressel, Kelly and Schiano – have ended up finding themselves shipwrecked on the NFL shores. It remains to be seen how Schiano will fare in Tampa, but below you’ll find a list of 13 of his predecessors who have experienced a mixed bag (of mostly bad) after beginning their head coaching careers in college before leaping to “The League.”
Try criticizing Bill Belichick and it will have the same impact of throwing an old Twinkie at battleship. He won’t even notice and if he did he wouldn’t care.
That gurgling sound coming from the shores of Lake Michigan? That’s Lovie Smith starting to drown. When you lose Jay Cutler and Matt Forte two weeks later, it’s an uphill battle for even the best coaches.
The Score’s Joe Ostrowski ranks the top ten NFL teams heading into week 10. The Bears don’t make his top ten, but a win over the Vikings might just push them over the limit.