Found December 21, 2012 on
Robert Griffin III
I guess we're dealing with Andy Reid's final home game as an Eagle...
This doesn't make me happy. Yes, I know Andy's time has come and gone. He's brought me more good than bad, but we all know his tenure as head coach of this franchise has burned out like a candle in the wind.
So what now?
Welp, we play out the schedule. There's no getting around that. Sure, we could "legally" forfeit both of our remaining two games in 2012 to secure a better draft position...but that's not going to happen.
This is Andy Reid's final episode of "A Football Life in Philly"...and for Andy's sake, I hope it ends up with Big Red's getting rewarded with a final shot of team cohesion and confidence.
Of course we're talking about a team that's badly broken going into this game already...
I just hope the signs in the stands say "Thank you, Andy, for 14 years of Pretty Good"... You have to admit, he had us ...
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Free agent talk in December? Yes, that’s what the 2012 version of the Philadelphia Eagles has led us to. Once the dust settles at the Nova Care Complex after this team gets blown up in January, it won’t be long until the annual free agent shopping extravaganza opens up in March.
There’s a saying that most coaches like to be the ones to buy the groceries since they’re...
With the end of the Andy Reid era on the horizon, many names have been floated out there as possible replacements for Reid.
John Gruden, Bill Cowher, Nick Saban, Chip Kelly, Brian Kelly. We’ve heard all those names over and over again.
Not many people are talking about Mike McCoy though.
McCoy, who is currently the offensive coordinator with the Denver Broncos, has said to have...
Andy Reid’s final stand will come at the Linc on Sunday. Image via GCobb.com
Regardless of the outcome of Sunday’s game at Lincoln Financial Field between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Washington Redskins, it will be significant day in the franchise’s history. Why? Because it will very likely mark the last game in Philadelphia for Andy Reid, the last time he will have an...
In two games since Philadelphia coach Andy Reid fired defensive line coach Jim Washburn and hired veteran Tommy Brasher to replace Washburn's wide-nine scheme with a conventional front, the Eagles' secondary has suddenly become respectable.
''It's helped the defense out tremendously,'' said Kurt Coleman, who will start at safety alongside Colt Anderson...
Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid told the media that running back LeSean McCoy will start this week and will end up rotating in and out with Bryce Brown.
AR: LeSean McCoy will start, will rotate with Bryce Brown.
— Eagles Insider (@EaglesInsider) December 19, 2012
Reid also stated that Michael Vick is the Eagles’ third quarterback.
Reid: Vick is the No. 3 QB. May not...
SecondaryTags: Howie RosemanNate AllenPhiladelphia EaglesFor years Eagles head coach Andy Reid has gone out of way to protect his players. He’s still doing that but not nearly as much. It could because he’s on his way out or there could be another reason. It could be a way to shine light on the poor job done by talent evaluator...
Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy is defending his only NFL coach he's ever had, Andy Reid, who has taken most the blame for the Eagles disappointing season.
"If you sat here and tried to name 5 to 8 coaches that's better than coach Reid, I would like to hear it," McCoy said. "Coach Reid's a good coach. He gets blamed for everything. Sometimes...
The Eagles can't avoid the inevitable issue of Andy Reid's presumed last home game Sunday after 14 years of coaching the team, The Philadelphia Daily News reports. They'd like to avoid it -- Reid said Wednesday he hasn't "gone there," and running back LeSean McCoy, when asked Thursday, first declared that he wasn't "thinking like that."
This Sunday's matchup between the Redskins and Eagles is a prime case of two teams on drastically different paths.Washington was supposed to struggle mightily, with Philadelphia finally on the right track after having too many new faces in town for 2011 to be a success.In reality, the Redskins are in a three-way tie for the NFC East crown while the rival Eagles are firmly cemented...
Eagles head coach Andy Reid told reports that Michael Vick will be the team’s No. 3 quarterback for this weekend’s game against the Washington Redskins, per Jeff McLane.
Vick has finally recovered from the concussion symptoms that he had been dealing with for a number of weeks now, but this decision is clearly designed to minimize distractions for the team.Philadelphia will keep...
The Philadelphia Eagles will interview Broncos offensive coordinator Mike McCoy on Sunday in Denver.
The Eagles, who fired Andy Reid on Monday after a 4-12 season in which they finished in last place in the NFC East, have already interviewed Atlanta Falcons defensive coordinator Mike Nolan and special teams coordinator Keith Armstrong, and also have interest in some college coaches...
Most Eagles fans are sick of the 2012 season and can’t wait for the offseason to get underway. You can’t blame them. The 2012 version of the Philadelphia Eagles is sloppy, disappointing and riddled with injuries.The offseason generates optimism with every move from any coaching change, free agency and the draft. 2012 may be lost, but a 2013 Super Bowl run is not out of the question...
Depressed Eagles fans, there is a light at the end of the tunnel and we are almost through it. The Eagles may be 4-10, but the regular season has just two games left. After Sunday, Eagles fans can just focus on one more game. They will have plenty to look forward to with an offseason of a few major changes, but nothing that would signify a complete rebuilding job. A new coach here...
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Andy Reid is coaching all the way to the end with the Philadelphia Eagles.
That means making moves that might not be popular or might have been a longtime coming or both.
One of his most recent decisions is to bench safety Nate Allen, a second-round draft pick in 2010, according to Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer. The Eagles will roll with Kurt Coleman and Colt Anderson...