We can hardly believe a decade has passed since Riggins, Saracen and Coach became the most loved men in (fictional) football and “clear eyes, full hearts, can’t lose” found its rightful place in the pop culture lexicon. In honour of the cult hit’s 10th anniversary, we did a little digging to see what all the stars have been up to since leaving Dillon, Texas, from starring in big budget movies and buzzy TV shows—seriously almost everyone has been on an episode of Parenthood—to paying the bills with video game voice work and guest star stints. Read on to see how your fave FNL star has fared.
Ugh, Coach Taylor, we wish we could quit you. (Actually, we'll happily love you forever). After the end of FNL, Chandler graced the big screen in movies like Super 8 (2011), and v. v. major Oscar winners Argo (2012), Zero Dark Thirty, The Wolf of Wall Street (2013) and Carol (2015) and we’re happy to say, he’s usually some version of the same stern, loving dad he perfected on FNL. He also returned to the small screen in the Netflix original Bloodline (2015) whose third and final season will be released in 2017. Coach has also been busy looking super hunky promoting his new film Manchester by the Sea ahead of its November 18th release including an appearance at TIFF that had us like whoa.