Found December 26, 2012 on
The Victory Formation:
There is nothing likable about the Philadelphia Eagles. Well, except maybe Andy Reid. I mean, the guy is a walking talking walrus who seems to be a pretty decent dude. But he is about to make an exit stage left, and that means there really isn’t a darn thing to like about that organization. They [...]
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Andy Reid has been fired by nearly everyone except the man in charge.
It's a foregone conclusion in Philadelphia and around the NFL that Reid will coach his last game with the Eagles on Sunday at the New York Giants. Fans already have a wish list for a new coach and the media has speculated for months about Reid's successor.
But owner Jeffrey Lurie has said nothing. Lurie...
It is only the matter of a few more days before the expected firing of head coach Andy Reid from the Philadelphia Eagles. Reid is currently the longest tenured head coach in the NFL, a streak which will end in about 72 hours or so. Reid will land a job with any team he wants after his release. He’s a good coach but a change is needed in Philadelphia where the organization needs...
From rookies to veterans, the Philadelphia Eagles fully support Andy Reid.
While many fans wanted him fired a long time ago and the media expects he'll be gone next week, Reid's players are firmly behind their embattled coach.
''I feel like Coach Reid will be here,'' LeSean McCoy said Thursday. ''That's my mindset until I'm told otherwise...
The party is almost over for the 2012 incarnation of the Philadelphia Eagles and major changes are on the horizon. Though some folks might be glad to just get this sad season over with and don’t really care what happens this Sunday, there are still angles to root for this week.
Which of these sounds most like you?
#1. Michael Vick gets one last chance to start.
After a spectacular...
Saying he was "just being honest and candid," Eagles quarterback Michael Vick attributed his struggles to changes in offensive line coaches and personnel.
NewsTags: Brandon GrahamDanny WatkinsFletcher CoxJoe BannerAccording to a person close to the Eagles, there’s a big difference between the Eagles brain trust which orchestrated the Birds 2012 draft, as compared to the group which navigated the 2010 and 2011 draft. Yes, Andy Reid was the Eagles head coach during all of those drafts...
According to Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer, Michael Lombardi of the NFL Network was on Inside the NFL and stated that Panthers head coach Ron Rivera, Chargers head coach Norv Turner and Eagles head coach Andy Reid will all be fired at the end of the season.
Michael Lombardi said on ‘Inside the NFL’ he thinks Ron Rivera, along w/ Andy Reid and Norv Turner, ‘certainly’...
The 2012 Philadelphia Eagles season comes to an end this week. It's been a long, torturous season in the aspect of watching this team fail, but the suffering will soon end. Then, a new kind of suffering begins...that of no Eagles football until August!
Though some folks might be glad to just get this sad season over with and don't really care what happens this Sunday...
I don't get it, but I guess Andy Reid has a logical reason to want Mike Vick as his QB#1 in a "meaningless" final game of the 2012 season on the road against the Giants.
New York (8-7) is still alive in the playoff mathematics, but only by the slimmest of algebraic margins.
Meanwhile, this is the ultimate U-Haul game for the Birds.
Last Week: 3-2-1
Well not a total waste, hopefully. We’ve had some fun, and won a few more than we lost. Plus, there’s always Top Chef and the Playoffs. All of the AFC playoff teams are set, all that’s left to figure out is who plays who, and by how much the Chiefs will lose. The NFC is a lot more interesting, but if I think about the NFC East situation for...
QuarterbacksTags: Andy ReidMichael VickNick FolesPhiladelphia EaglesI’m sure you know by now that Eagles rookie quarterback Nick Foles suffered a broken right hand in the Washington game and will miss the final game of the season against the New York Giants. Andy Reid let us know yesterday that Michael Vick will get the start in place...