Philadelphia Eagles: 25 Biggest Disappointments in the Andy Reid Era

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Philadelphia Eagles: 25 Biggest Disappointments in the Andy Reid Era
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Andy Reid has a current career win record of 120-75 (.615) and a 10-9 (.526) record in the postseason. He is the winningest head coach in Philadelphia Eagles history and has led the Eagles to five NFC Championship appearances and one Super Bowl appearance.

Reid's teams were always consistently one of the better, if not the best, teams in the NFL almost every season and he has achieved a great deal in his 13-year tenure with the Eagles.

However, Reid has failed to deliver a Super Bowl title to Philadelphia, despite making the postseason virtually every single season. And to say that he has certainly not been immune to criticism despite his success would be a gross understatement.

Like any other head coaching era, the Andy Reid era has seen a great deal of disappointment. Here are 25 of the biggest disappointments the Eagles suffered with Reid as their head coach.

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