He has more wins than any other head coach in franchise history.
Only three others in NFL annals have ever reached 100 career victories as quickly.
He is currently the league's longest-tenured head coach with one team at 14 seasons, only two of which have ended with a losing record.
And along the way, the Philadelphia Eagles reached five NFC Championship games, one Super Bowl and captured six division titles.
None of this will matter if Andy Reid can't get his slumping squad back into the playoffs. And even then, that may not be good enough for Reid to keep his job.
Just ask Don Shula.
He won more games than anyone in NFL history. He led Miami to two Super Bowl titles -- including the league's only perfect season -- and three more championship appearances. He enjoyed iconic status in South Florida during 26 years with the Dolphins.
What did all this mean when the 1995 Miami Dolphins fell short of Super Bowl expectations?
Nothing. Shula retired under fire even though Miami wa...