There's been some talk on whether or not Philadelphia Eagles head coach, Andy Reid, will stay head coach for the 2009 season.
Andy, you've done a great job at head coach, but are you losing your touch? Let's look back a couple seasons.
1999 - Andy Reid named head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles. He led them to a 5-11 season and was last in the NFC East.
2000 - Andy Reid reversed the record of the Eagles, 11-5 and led them to the NFC Divisional game but lost to the New York Giants.
2001 - Andy Reid led the Eagles to another 11-5 season but lost to the St. Louis Rams in the NFC Championship game.
2002 - Andy Reid led the Eagles to a 12-4 season, but ended up losing to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the NFC Championship game.
2003 - Andy Reid kept the same record, 12-4, but lost to the Carolina Panthers in the NFC Championship game.
2004 - Andy Reid led the Eagles to a 13-3 season and went to the Super Bowl. The Eagles lost the Super Bowl to the New England Patriots.
2005 - Andy Reid led the Eagles to their second losing season under him, 6-10.
2006 - Andy Reid reversed last seasons record, 10-6, but lost to the New Orleans Saints in the NFC Divisional game.
2007 - Andy Reid led the Eagles to a .500 season, 8-8.
As you can see from this, Andy Reid is falling. He did lead the Eagles to a Super bowl, but I believe his time in Philadelphia is coming to an end. Overall, his record with the Eagles is .620%. In the playoffs, he is .571%.
Those numbers look good, but in the past three years, Andy Reid's Eagles are just above .500%, which may seem good, but in the NFC East, the toughest division in my opinion, is not very good.