12 Years, No Super Bowl Ring: Time To Finally Get Rid of Eagles Andy Reid?

January 10, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Twelve seasons. Nine postseason appearances. Six division titles. Five conference championship game appearances. And one Super Bowl appearance.
And I'm suggesting that the Eagles get rid of the guy?
It's simple, really. Just call it the Donovan McNabb Rule.
Andy Reid traded quarterback Donovan McNabb to the Washington Redskins because he knew that McNabb was never going to become an elite quarterback and win a Super Bowl.
Reid would never admit it because he's a classy guy. But McNabb got the boot because of moments like the Ronde Barber interception and the Rodney Harrison interception.
I just find Reid's decision to get rid of McNabb so ironic because, well, Andy Reid is the exact same way.
He's a very good coach. He'll get you that postseason appearance almost every year, usually by division title.
He'll win you one or two playoff games (sometimes). But he isn't going to win a Super Bowl.
I thought that things might be differe...

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