Bil Parcells is a former professional football coach who was an NFL head coach for 19 seasons.When Parcells became the head coach of the Giants in 1983, he took over a franchise that had qualified for the postseason only once (1981) in the past decade and had only one winning record in their last 10 seasons.
Parcells brought new success to the team and within four years, guided them to their first Super Bowl win. His tenure with the Giants spanned eight seasons and concluded with a second championship victory in Super Bowl XXV. After the Super Bowl win, Parcells retired as a coach in 1991. He later served as the head coach of the New England Patriots, New York Jets, and Dallas Cowboys. Throughout his career, he coached teams that were in a period of decline and turned them into postseason contenders. He is the only coach in NFL history to lead four teams to the playoffs and three teams to a conference championship game, as of 2021.
Since his final retirement from coaching, Parcells has served as an NFL analyst for ESPN since 2014.. He was also the Vice President of Football Operations with the Miami Dolphins. In 2013, Parcells was voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.