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Now cruising through the streets of Philadelphia – The Fire Andy Reid Bus. The debate rages on about whether or not Andy Reid should be fired. There is apparently a larger ‘Fire Reid’ coalition in Philly than was first believed. It’s actually a pretty strange situation. There are people that absolutely love Reid and what him their no matter what. Then there are people who want nothing to do with the guy. Which side do you think these dudes are on?
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Whether you agree with it or not, Andy Reid will return as the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles in 2012. Jeffery Lurie made this announcement at his press conference this week, and it didn’t really come as much of a surprise.
Lurie still believes in Reid, but he made it very clear how disappointed he was about this season, calling it the most disappointing season since he...
At the beginning of the season it’s safe to say not many people predicted the Philadelphia Eagles to finish 8-8 and miss the playoffs. Both happened and head coach Andy Reid has had more than a few fingers pointed in his direction as the reason behind the team’s mediocre record. Wanting Andy Reid to [...]
According to various tweets from eyewitnesses, the above mobile billboard is trucking around the streets of Philadelphia and the message that the person or persons who created and funded this grassroots campaign is abundantly clear: riffing on the infamous words of boxer Roberto Durán during his fight with Sugar Ray Leonard, as far as Andy [...]
The Philadelphia Eagles signaled their intention to rectify their defensive problems with a new look staff following the firing of secondary/cornerbacks coach Johnnie Lynn after only one season.
Lynn's dismissal, confirmed by the team Saturday, was predicted to pave the way for a reshuffling that could see defensive coordinator Juan Castillo reassigned duties following the disappointing...
Andy Reid will remain as the head coach for the Philadelphia Eagles in 2012.
Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie said he’s not afraid of firing the team’s coach and pursuing the next coach to lead this team, but he doesn’t feel that it needs to happen this year, because he’s confident 2012 will be a much better [...]
Jason Kelce is not afraid to voice his opinion. Many people do not like it, especially since he was a rookie this year.
Think back to the saga involving fans and the "Fire Andy Reid" signs outside of the NovaCare complex. Kelce asked the fans to take down the signs, and the fans did not like it.
One day he is going to say something that gets him in trouble. It's inevitable.
The tie was only the second time the East Midlands rivals had met in the cup, with the only previous meeting in the competition also in Nottingham 110 years ago, in February 1901, when Forest were 5-1 winners.
It looked like goals would be on the cards this time round too as the Reds started brightly and dominated the first half.
However, they were unable to make a breakthrough...
When Jeff Lurie came out this past week and told the media Andy Reid will be back for a 14th season, like many fans I was upset. According to his twitter account Eagles Guard, Evan Mathis believes fans like me, were idiots for wanting Andy Reid gone. Sure, it is bad PR [...]
Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffery Lurie spoke on Tuesday afternoon for the first time since training camp and showed all of us just how out of touch he really is with his customer base. Lurie advised the public he will be bringing back Andy Reid for a 14th season and while this did not come [...]
Both the Eagles and Chargers made interesting decisions by deciding not to fire their head coaches, Andy Reid and Norv Turner respectively. The relationship between John Elway and his quarterback Tim Tebow gets more interesting as the Broncos head to the playoffs. Elway said that Tebow shouldn’t be afraid to pull the trigger against the…
When evaluating what Jeffrey Lurie said on Tuesday, it’s important to examine what he didn’t say. While he didn’t announce any changes to the front office structure, it’s worth noting that he didn’t take the easy outs either.
Lurie could have made a simple argument about bad luck, acknowledged some vague mistakes, and how it’s important to stay the course through...