NFL  > Philadelphia Eagles  > Andy Reid
December 12, 2011, 12:11 PM
What record will it take for him to keep his job? Is his job even in jeopardy? Inquiring minds want to know.
December 12, 2011  12:32 PM ET

I dont' think so...not at this point. He's had a lot of really good years in Philly. One bad one does not necessarily mean you're gone. Well...unless you worked for Al Davis or work for Jerry Jones...

December 12, 2011  06:04 PM ET

Reid's job is prob safe for now...only 2 losing seasons out of 13....and if they win out this year they finish 8-8...if not then chalk up a 3rd out of 13...still pretty good.

Even if Bill Cowher called Jeff Lurie himself and said "I want to coach again...and only for the Eagles"....Reid would prob still not be fired.

December 12, 2011  06:31 PM ET

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December 15, 2011  03:08 PM ET
QUOTE(#2):

Reid's job is prob safe for now...only 2 losing seasons out of 13....and if they win out this year they finish 8-8...if not then chalk up a 3rd out of 13...still pretty good.Even if Bill Cowher called Jeff Lurie himself and said "I want to coach again...and only for the Eagles"....Reid would prob still not be fired.

I think that 13 years without a championship is enough. Especially since it is clear that their best years were long ago, from 2000-2004. He had one lucky run since then to an NFCG (they really didn't deserve to make the playoffs that year) and still lost to the Cardinals as a favorite.

He can't win a big game, and now his team is a joke. If they let him stay and keep Juan Castillo as the DC, I've just about had it. That should have been a firing offense right there.

December 15, 2011  03:40 PM ET

I would welcome Andy Reid as new coach of the Cowboys but we would also need a new personnel director and have Jerry Jones just sign the checks.

 
December 15, 2011  04:29 PM ET
QUOTE(#6):

I would welcome Andy Reid as new coach of the Cowboys but we would also need a new personnel director and have Jerry Jones just sign the checks.

I believe Reid will remain at Philly as his career record there has been very good.

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