The debate of the "greatest of all time" ranges from the quarterback position to even the men who patrol the sidelines.
This week, there has been a ton of conversation about what a second ring means for Eli Manning or where a fourth ring puts Tom Brady.
However, the best debates I have heard this week were about Bill Belichick and Tom Coughlin. Like Brady, Belichick is in search of ring number four. Coughlin is going after his second. The debates about where Belichick belongs among the great coaches if he gets number four or even if he stays at three.
Is Coughlin's career validated like Manning's if he is able to grab his second ring? That debate will rage no matter what. There are enough haters of Coughlin's style of coaching or Eli's demeanor.
But the questions of where Belichick or Coughlin rank among the great coaches of all time is a fun debate. It got me thinking, if I was making a Mount Rushmore of NFL coaches, who would be on that mountain?
So with out further ado...