If Kevin Kolb Fails, What Will It Mean for Andy Reid?

April 10, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

It's been almost a week now since the blockbuster trade of former Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb being shipped over to the Washington Redskins in a seemingly overnight deal. 
However, although that storyline seems dead and buried for the moment, a much larger picture is being painted when looking at the Eagles' future.
Right now, the NFL is a place full of concern.  More importantly, it is a place full of firings and with many head coaches already being questioned and placed on the ever-so-imaginable "hot seat," there is little room for error heading into the 2010 regular season.
As for Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid, it isn't time to rush into the panic room just yet and bunker down for a season full of scrutiny and criticism, but it may be wise to consider just what Kevin Kolb failing may do to his head coaching position.
In recent years, Reid has been about as controversial a character as McNabb has.  On the occasion, he...

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