Tom Coughlin is not worried about his job security with the New York Giants knocked out of the playoffs and suffering a blowout loss to the Minnesota Vikings.

The Giants have now missed the playoffs in four straight seasons, their longest drought since the late 1970s.

"I am not worried about that," Coughlin said, via the New York Post, when asked about his job security. "It will all take care of itself. I do not coach worrying about that."

Coughlin has been head coach of the Giants for 12 seasons and he's won two Super Bowls.

"We have one week to go, there's some soul-searching that has to be done on everybody's part -- players, coaches, me," said Coughlin, who has one year left on his deal.