Bill Cowher: If Giants Drop Last Two Games, Will Pressure Mount To Hire Cowher?

December 21, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Bill Cowher is going to be the hottest coaching commodity in the 2010-2011 offseason.
The former Steelers head man resigned after 15 seasons with Pittsburgh after he captured that ever-elusive Super Bowl title against the Seattle Seahawks in February of 2006.
We all knew the resignation wasn't a final retirement.
He steered clear of several coaching positions that could have been his since then, but next year, it sounds like he's going to be manning some team's sideline.
Cowher reportedly has a "wish list" of clubs he'd like to coach: Dolphins, Texans and Giants.
With the unrelenting New York City media and the Giants epic collapse last week against the rival Eagles, rumors are starting to swirl that current head coach Tom Coughlin could be inching toward the unenviable hot seat.
It may seem a little ridiculous that a coach who won a Super Bowl three years ago that's leading a ...

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