Would Bill Belichick Retire After a Super Bowl Victory?

Jan 22, 2012; Foxborough, MA, USA; New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick celebrates as he is interviewed by Jim Nance of CBS after defeating the Baltimore Ravens in the 2011 AFC Championship game at Gillette Stadium. The Patriots defeated the Ravens 23-20. Mandatory Credit: Mark L. Baer-US PRESSWIRE

The analysts over at NFL.com had an interesting debate about whether Bill Belichick or Tom Coughlin would retire after winning the Super Bowl this Sunday.

Bill Belichick is 59 years old, with three Super Bowl victories and five AFC championships to his name. Tom Coughlin’s a bit older at 65, with one Super Bowl title and two NFC championships to his name. Combined, they’ve logged a grand total of 331 wins as NFL head coaches. Would either Belichick or Coughlin consider retirement with a win on Sunday?

The general feeling among the analysts is that Tom Coughlin would be more likely to retire than Bill Belichick. The analysts feel that as long as the Patriots remain a top team in the NFL, Bill Belichick will be at the helm. More specifically, as long as Tom Brady plays for the Patriots, Bill Belichick will coach the team. The analysts have had their say. What do you think?

Who is more likely to retire after a Super Bowl victory?

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Topics: Bill Belichick, New England Patriots, New York Giants, NFL, Super Bowl XLVI, Tom Coughlin

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