If you're New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin, winning a second Super Bowl in five seasons has earned you the right to coach until you retire. However, it does not seem like the 66-year-old head coach has any plans to retire after becoming the oldest coach to win a title.
Having said that, when he does decide to call it quits, who has the tools to replace him? Which assistant coaches could become the next great head coach? Steve Spagnuolo—who spent two years as the Giants' defensive coordinator—has already tried and failed his hand at head coaching.
Here are three names on the Giants staff that I believe could step in once Coughlin retires.