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10 Most Defining Failures of the Andy Reid Era for the Philadelphia Eagles

10 Most Defining Failures of the Andy Reid Era for the Philadelphia Eagles

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There was a time when the Philadelphia Eagles were one of the most dominant and well-respected teams in the National Football League. They were feared for their stifling defense, led by Pro Bowlers Hugh Douglas, Jeremiah Trotter, and Brian Dawkins, and their explosive offense, anchored by Donovan McNabb, Brian Westbrook, and Jon Runyan. And they had one of the most incredible coaching staffs in the history of the game. The 2002 team, for example, featured six future head coaches: Brad Childress, Pat Shurmur, Leslie Frazier, Steve Spagnuolo, John Harbaugh, and Ron Rivera, plus a future defensive coordinator in Sean McDermott and one of the game’s all-time great coordinators in the late Jim Johnson.

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