With Jon Gruden Firing there are now two coaches currently employed in the NFL that have won Super Bowls, Tom Coughlin and Bill Billichick. That is surprising to say the least. All I know is that if you want a Super Bowl winning coach to coach your team, the supply will be high this and next offseason. I can't remember a time in the NFL other than the late 60's and early 70's when you had such a shortage of Super Bowl winning coaches. At what point does experience pay over being what is classified as a top flight coordinator, now my question is if Jon Gruden was available two weeks ago, would you have taken him over McDaniels?