Tom Coughlin

Coughlin was the Giants’ head coach from 2004-15. His signature achievements were the Giants’ victories against the New England Patriots in Super Bowls XLII and XLVI. Coughlin was just the second man to coach the Giants for at least 12 seasons. Only Hall of Famer Steve Owen, who reigned for 23 full seasons from 1931-53, led the team for a longer time period. With the Giants, Coughlin was 102-90 in the regular season, and 8-3 in the postseason. The 102 victories are second in franchise history to Owen’s 151. Coughlin led the Giants to three NFC East titles and five playoff berths. His eight postseason triumphs tie him with Bill Parcells for the most ever by a Giants coach. Coughlin was the team’s wide receivers coach from 1988-90, a tenure that ended with the team’s victory in Super Bowl XXV.