With just two games remaining in the 2012 season, it's become apparent that the Philadelphia Eagles will have a new head coach in 2013.
In 14 seasons, Andy Reid established himself as the most successful coach in team history, leading the Eagles to the postseason nine times, the NFC championship five times and the Super Bowl once. But the team has steadily regressed since the 2005 season, winning just three playoff games in the last eight years.
The 2011 season was almost the final straw, as the Eagles signed a slew of big-name free agents who did not pan out the way they had hoped. Reid was brought back for the 2012 season with the condition that another 8-8 season would not be good enough. Judging by the team's 4-10 record right now, it's safe to say that Reid is gone after the season ends.
Following him should be a number of players who have played poorly throughout the 2012 season, and sometimes the previous few seasons. Here they are, in order by position.