|Has the Big Tuna really coached his final NFL game?|
There aren't many things that can happen in the NFL to take the focus away from all of the Super Bowl hype, especially the day after the matchup has been determined.
Bill Parcells' resignation from the Cowboys and retirement from pro football, certainly has done that, though. The timing is interesting since many had reported that Parcells was set to travel to Mobile, Ala. for a week of Senior Bowl activities and evaluation.
Despite the Cowboys' success this season, it wasn't an easy one to endure for Parcells, a two-time Super Bowl champion with the Giants. Free-agent signee, Terrell Owens, once again proved difficult to deal with. While Parcells' decision to bench Drew Bledsoe in favor of Tony Romo gave the team its best chance to win, the season ended when Romo mishandled a snap on a chip-shot field goal in the NFC Wild Card round in Seattle.
Was Terrell Owens a major factor in Parcells' decision to call it quits? Do you believe that the Big Tuna has coached his final NFL game? Was Parcells' ability to turn franchises around quickly more impressive than his two Super Bowl rings?
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