As long as he’s willing and able, Tom Coughlin will be the head coach of the New York Giants in 2015.
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After many weeks of speculation whether New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin would retain his job or be fired at the end of the 2014 season, all indications show that the Giants will let Coughlin coach in 2015.
NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Sunday on NFL GameDay First that Giants co-owner John Mara has become more and more likely to keep his coaching staff intact, rather than make sweeping changes. Though no firm decision has been made, and Coughlin will have to meet with the team’s higher-ups at the end of the season to discuss the direction of the franchise, he could very well get his wish and coach another season in New York.
Coughlin has always maintained his desire to keep going. After missing the playoffs in five of the team’s last six seasons, his desire to turn the organization around and finish his coaching career on a high note is extremely high.
In 11 seasons with the New York Giants, Coughlin has a 96-79 regular season record, but a 8-3 postseason record. He led the Giants to a pair of Superbowl wins over the New England Patriots in 2007 and 2011