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    The Coaches Resumes:



    Tom Coughlin:




    Eagles WR Coach: 1984-85
    Packers WR Coach: 1986-87
    Giants WR Coach: 1988-90
    Jaguars HC: 1995-2002
    Giants HC: 2004- Present




    Sean Payton:




    Eagles QB Coach: 1997-98
    NY Giants QB Coach: 1999
    NY Giants OC: 2000-2002

    Cowboys QB Coach: 2003-05
    Saints HC: 2006- Present




    Bill Belichick:




    Colts Special Assistant: 1975
    Lions STs / WRs Coach: 1976-77
    Broncos STs Coach: 1978
    Giants STs/ Def Assistant: 1979
    Giants LBs / STs Coach 1980-84
    Giants DC: 1985-90

    Browns HC: 1991-95
    Pats Assistand HC/ Secondary: 1996
    Jets DB Coach: 1997-99
    Pats HC: 2000-Present




    John Fox:




    Steelers DB Coach: 1989-91
    Chargers DB Coach: 1992-93
    Raiders DC: 1994-95
    Rams Personal Consultant: 1996
    Giants DC: 1997-2001
    Panthers HC: 2002-10
    Broncos HC: 11-Present




    Mike McCarthy:




    Chiefs OCA / QB Coach: 1993-98
    Packers QB Coach: 1999
    Saints OC: 2000-04
    49ers OC: 2005
    Packers HC: 2006-Present




    Gary Kubiak:




    49ers QB Coach: 1994
    Broncos OC: 1995-2005
    Texans HC: 2006- Present




    John Harbaugh:




    Eagles STs / DBs Coach: 1998-2007
    Ravens HC: 2008- Present




    Jim Harbaugh:




    Raiders QB Coach: 2002-03
    49ers HC: 2011- Present




    Team Coaches
    Giants 4
    Eagles 3
    49ers 3
    Broncos 3
    Packers 2
    Saints 2
    Raiders 2




    Giants are affiliated with 4 of the 8 remaining coaches, all of whom have been to the SB with the Giants.


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    Re: The NFL History of the Coaches left:

    Coughlin can match [Bill] Parcells' two Super Bowl titles here, and put himself in the company of the all-time NFL greats. When reminded that another ring would greatly enhance his place in history, Coughlin said, "That's not the goal that I have. I was taught that it's not about me.

    "It's about us. It's always about us, and about what it would mean to these young men who have earned the right to be in this competition."

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    [quote user="TuckYou"]
    Coughlin can match [Bill] Parcells' two Super Bowl titles here, and put himself in the company of the all-time NFL greats. When reminded that another ring would greatly enhance his place in history, Coughlin said, "That's not the goal that I have. I was taught that it's not about me.

    "It's about us. It's always about us, and about what it would mean to these young men who have earned the right to be in this competition."
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    Easily one of my favorite TC quotes

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    Re: The NFL History of the Coaches left:



    [quote user="BigBlue wins"][quote user="TuckYou"]
    Coughlin can match [Bill] Parcells' two Super Bowl titles here, and put himself in the company of the all-time NFL greats. When reminded that another ring would greatly enhance his place in history, Coughlin said, "That's not the goal that I have. I was taught that it's not about me.

    "It's about us. It's always about us, and about what it would mean to these young men who have earned the right to be in this competition."
    [/quote]

    Easily one of my favorite TC quotes
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    that quote just brought a tear to my eyes...




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    Damn near all of the best coaches in NFL history came through the Giants at one point or another.

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    [quote user="Firenugget"]Damn near all of the best coaches in NFL history came through the Giants at one point or another.
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    The greatest of all, Lombardi. Didn't Landry coach here too? What other greats were once a part of the Giants coaching staff?


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    [quote user="NJ10"][quote user="Firenugget"]Damn near all of the best coaches in NFL history came through the Giants at one point or another.
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    The greatest of all, Lombardi. Didn't Landry coach here too? What other greats were once a part of the Giants coaching staff?

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    Yes Landry and Lombardi were on the same staff ....
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