Originally written on Football Nation  |  Last updated 10/30/14
There is no doubt head coach Andy Reid has had a legendary career while in Philadelphia. He is the winning-est coach in team history and is widely respected throughout the NFL.There is also no doubt, that Andy Reid may very well be on his way out of town at season's end.Don't worry about Reid though, he will have plenty of teams begging for his services come 2013, if he's out of Philadelphia.On the other hand, the Eagles are stacked with talent on both sides of the ball (despite what their record indicates) and any coach looking for a job would be drooling over what the birds have to offer.Who will be in the Philadelphia Eagles' head coaching sweepstakes this offseason?
PLAYERS: Andy Reid
TEAMS: Philadelphia Eagles
5 Comments:
  • The Reid people who think he is the best coach! A couple division champs and 3 out of 4 championship games that were lost and one SB loss! The coach who turn down Priest Holmes and said he has Duce Staley!!!!

    Oh yes he said we don't need good receivers! Whos play calling is the worst in the world!

    What in the world are you thinking? The name of the game is winning and winning the big game! Last one was 1960.

    Please think before writing these articles!
  • I agree. For some reason morons in Philly think Reid is the cats meow. But outside Philly they think his game day coaching stinks and are perplexed he is still the coach. Nobody is beating down this dopes door.
  • Good follow up!
  • How about Big Bird ? Elmo could be D Coordinator and Bert and Ernie could handle the offense and special teams.
  • I thought Elmo was going to prison? He was involved in a little Sandusky action there.
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