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After last night’s loss to the Seattle Seahawks, its looks like Reid has lost control of the Eagles. He's had his fair share of chances and it tenure has run its course. He has to do a better job yet never does. He hired former Offensive Line Coach Juan Castillo to run his defense. What is he doing?
But who will replace the most successful coach in the history of the franchise? Will it really be an upgrade? Is it worth firing a coach who has brought a perenially terrible team years of success, happiness and hope? Shouldn't we maybe give him one more year?
Everyone has their own opinion. The point of this blog is not to argue whether to fire/keep him. Its intention is to examine our other options. What comes next and will it really be any better?
1. John Gruden
Everyone's first choice as Reid's successor, Gruden brings a history with the city (Offensive Coordinator from '95-'97) and a Super Bowl pedigree.
He has a career 5-4 playoff record and h...
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According to a team source, Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid will have to fire defensive coordinator Juan Castillo if he wants to keep his job.ProFootballTalk.com is reporting that Reid’s decision to promote Castillo from offensive line coach to defensive coordinator is being seem as a crucial blunder by the organization and that Reid is being pressured to correct his mistake...
Stop the hype time to admit Andy Reid and the Philadelphia Eagles are an over hyped dysfunctional organization. I'm not basing my comments on just the 2011 season either, they have been dysfunctional for years.
Winning seasons have masked many failures for coach Andy Reid and the Eagles. I read and listen to comments about how great an organization Philadelphia has been, how...
Maybe Andy Reid thinks it is in his best interest to defend his players while he is coaching for his job, but who is he trying to fool? Earlier today we told you about DeSean Jackson’s antics after Thursday night’s game against the Seahawks. Anyone who was watching the game knows Jackson gave up and [...]
10) It's not as if the owners care about the fans, since the stadium keeps filling9) The national media keeps fluffing him as a great coach, despite an ever-increasing amount of evidence to the contrary8) They, like Reid, hate linebackers, safetys, running plays, and unwasted timeouts7) Knows that the organization only really cares about being competitive in an overrated division6...
Audio of the always entertaining Andy Reid press conference after the jump.
Despite this season clearly being Andy Reid’s worst as the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles, he’ll almost certainly be back in the city of brotherly love in 2012. According to Dan Pompei of the National Football Post, the only way Reid won’t be back in Philadelphia next season, is if he’s asked to make [...]
The Eagles don't plan to fire Andy Reid despite a lost season, but the longtime coach might be forced to remove defensive coordinator Juan Castillo from his current role.
Amidst the multitude of struggles that have defined the 2011 Philadelphia Eagles, the ineptitude at the safety position has emerged as a serious challenger to the linebacker corps for the honor of the biggest weakness on this team.
During the Andy Reid tenure, the linebacker corps has been an annual revolving door of incompetent player after incompetent player. After 13 years...
On Tuesday, the Jacksonville Jaguars fired longtime coach Jack Del Rio, which really wasn’t a surprise around league circles. It will also not be surprising, when the Eagles (with or without Andy Reid) let go the project that was Juan Castillo as Defensive Coordinator. Castillo just has looked bewildered and confused most of the time, [...]