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A Super Bowl winning coach wants to take one of the worst jobs in football

The Jacksonville Jaguars have not been good for a long time and a part of that has been some terrible coaching. With new owner Shahid Khan at the helm, the team is determined to do much better and could be getting on the right track by bringing in a Super Bowl-winning coach who wants to be there. 185 more words

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Could this be another special season for the New York Giants?

New York Giants are 6-3 and on their way to another Super Bowl championship season! No, they are not. At least not yet. Having watched and listened to most of their games this season, Big Blue are a C+ team overall (working their way to a B- or better grade). 1,041 more words

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Big Blue's Defense Picks Up the Slack Once Again

– Jim Bearor

The Giants squeaked out a 21-20 win over the Bengals on Monday Night Football to make it four straight, bringing them to 6-3 on the year. 935 more words

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Keidel: Giants Did Coughlin And Themselves Proud Monday Night

By Jason Keidel
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One team already tapped out for 2016.

Thankfully, our other local, NFL club has an interest in the rest of the season. 604 more words

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Coughlin, Accorsi, Tuck Humbled To Join Giants' Ring Of Honor

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — While former coach Tom Coughlin admits missing the sidelines, he also left no doubt about how much he’ll enjoy standing at midfield during halftime of next week’s… 671 more words

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According to ESPN, Tom Coughlin could already be heading back to the NFL

Tom Coughlin’s sabbatical from coaching is quite possibly over just one season after it began.

According to CBS Sports, the two-time Super Bowl champion could resurface in Jacksonville—the place where he cut his head coaching teeth back in 1995. 229 more words

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1999 Jacksonville Jaguars

The 1999 season was the best in Jacksonville Jaguars‘ history as the club posted 15 wins and only three defeats en route to the AFC Championship Game. 77 more words

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