Congrats Tuna!

As a longtime Giants fan, I am glad to see Bill Parcells get selected for the Hall of Fame. Parcells actually coached more games outside of the Giants organization than he did in it, but his only two rings came with New York and I think he will always be remembered as a Giant first and foremost.

One interesting thing about Parcells is that his induction probably opens the door for Tom Coughlin to be inducted after he retires. Parcells finished with a record of 172-130-1 and 2 Super Bowl wins. Coughlin is currently at 151-121 and 2 rings. Assuming he coaches two more years and the Giants go 9-7 in both, Coughlin would finish at 169-135. If that happened, I think he would get in.

I wonder what other current coaches will get in? Belichick and Shanahan are probably the only locks. Reid, Tomlin, McCarthy and Peyton are probably the next tier. It will be fun to watch.

Super Bowl Prediction: 49ers 28 Baltimore 14  Enjoy the game!

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  • blmeanie  On February 3, 2013 at 2:18 pm

    the legend of tuna is bigger than his record. Coughlin doesn’t have that same ego and image so it will be interesting to see down the road if he gets in.

    prediction: 49ers 16 Ravens 14 zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

    • nysportsfanatic  On February 3, 2013 at 3:54 pm

      You have to give him credit for turning around 3 franchises in his career. That’s not too shabby.

      Still not looking forward to this game.

  • blmeanie  On February 3, 2013 at 6:00 pm

    There actually playing? I thought public opinion killed this game…

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