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Andy Reid has spent 13 seasons as the Philadelphia Eagles' head coach, compiling a regular season record of 126-81-1 (.609 win %). In those 13 years, as the Eagles' head man, the Eagles have appeared in the playoffs 9 times, including 5 NFC conference championship appearances, and one trip to the Super Bowl. In his time with the team, Reid has also led them to 6 divisional titles. There's no question that Andy Reid has put together an impressive resume in his 13 years with Philadelphia. Last year, the Eagles were a preseason favorite to make a Super Bowl run. Backup quarterback Vince Young went so far as to declare that the Eagles were a "dream team," and it looked as if the Eagles were poised to do what they had failed to do with Reid as their head coach; win a Super Bowl. The season started off with an easy victory over the St. Louis Rams. Expectations were high, and the team had easily delivered on the road. The following week, the Eagles traveled to Atlan...
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