Andy Reid, Eagles Wrong About Linebackers, Part II: The 1980's

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Andy Reid, Eagles Wrong About Linebackers, Part II: The 1980's
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Andy Reid thought Dhani Jones was good enough to win with.

This is the second part of a four part serious that started yesterday about the importance of linebacker play for championship teams. It is basically a rebuttal to the philosophy of the Philadelphia Eagles current philosophy that the position is unimportant.

Yesterday dealt with the linebackers for Super Bowl winning teams from the 1960's and 70's. The first 14 Super Bowl champions were analyzed yesterday, showing a definitive argument for the importance of linebackers. Let’s see if the next decade proves to be any different.

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