A few depending on your type. For longer play sessions you’ll want a big ear cup, preferably around-the-ear, but also one that is breathable or won’t kill you on heat. You will also want to know your answer for a couple of questions. Do you need to hear ambient noise (aka your wife talking to you,) and you do want wired or wireless?
In the past the cream of the crop for big noggins used to fall under Sennheiser, with a lot of other brands competing (Razor, Turtle Beach and even Logitech.) Today things have changed a bit with HyperX and SteelSeries being really good choices, while those others are still in the mix.
I use a wireless SteelSeries Arctis 7. I have a big noggin. The ear cups are extremely soft, sit around my ear and breathe fairly well. The whole thing sits on something of a stretchy sling underneath a metal outside frame on the top of your head. So it floats, per se, and has some give due to the fabric they use for that under-sling. Since I have a large noggin in width, I had to very slightly pull the metal shell a bit straighter when I first purchased it, but it works and fits fantastic since that point. It is amazingly comfortable and though I feel the weight a bit, I can wear them for very long sessions and not notice. They do lock out noise, however, and it annoys my girlfriend who likes to talk to me out of eyesight as though I would love to carry on the conversation with her about which coworker is backstabbing more than the others. The mic is decent. It is retractable. It’s not a standalone boom mic level of awesome, but my buddy tells me my voice sounds close to normal and fairly deep.
I’ll contrast that with a Plantronics, 655 “gaming” headset that I wear for work. It is an on-ear headset, clampy, hot, and I end up taking it off a lot. But man does it have a fantastic mic.
In short, there are a ton of choices. Gaming headsets have literally taken off to become a thing with enough vendors that there are some great ones out there now.