I done some reserch on Andy Reid and his career stats, some with Jim Johnson and w/o Jim Johnson also with Mcnabb and without him because I keep hearing Andy couldnt coach as well after Jim's death. Andy lost J.J in July of 2009 and Mcnabb's last year was 2010, so within 2 years he lost his longtime DC and his QB. And I think his players this year in Philly just quit on him and the team.
11 of 14 winning seasons.
9 of 14 in the playoffs.
6 Divison Champions
5 NFC Championship games
1 Superbowl appearance.
Lets start with his W/L record, 130-93-1 for a 585% career win %.
W/O J.J 33-31
W/O Mcnabb 22-26
Average Offence ranking during his 14 years. Yards 12th and PT's 13th
W/J.J Yards 14th and PT's 12th
W/O J.J Yards 8th and PT's 11th
W/Mcnabb Yards 13th and PT's 11th
W/O Mcbabb Yards 7th and PT's 13th
Average Defense Rankingduring his 14 years. Yards 12th and PT's 12th
W/J.J Yards 9th and PT's 12th
W/O J.J Yards 12th and PT's 19th
W/Mcnabb Yards 12th and PT's 14th
W/O Mcnabb Yards 11th and PT's 20th
Take from these stats what you want, I was just boring and wanted to look closer at what our new coach has done in his career and get a feel for him as a coach, And was it losing JJ or was it losing JJ plus his QB? Because we know what bad QB play can to to a team!!!
So I think Andy's been top 1/3 of the league on average for the last 14 years. Thats a long body of work to get a great idea about what kind of coach Andy is. He's a very good coach. And after what we have been threw for years I'm loving the thought of having a solid coach who still has something to prove since he never won the Superbowl in Philly.
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