Andy Reid is the winningest head coach in the history of the Philadelphia Eagles. He is only the second head coach in franchise history to guide the team to a Super Bowl appearance. Here is a quick bulletpoint-style look at his numerous accomplishments during his 14-year reign in Philadelphia ...
• Has the highest win total (140) and winning percentage (.578) of any coach in club history.
• Dominated the NFC East with a 54-40 record (.600) and earned six division titles. Reid owns 17 wins over Dallas.
• Became the 37th coach in NFL history to reach the 100-win plateau (vs. Atlanta on October 26, 2008). In addtion, is the 22nd coach to win 100 games with one franchise and the 17th coach to reach 100 victories in their first stint as a head coach. He is also just the fourth coach to win 100 games in a decade.
• On November 7, 2011, became the 31st coach in NFL history to patrol the sidelines for 200 regular season games and just 13th to do so with one franchise.
• Since joining the head coaching ranks in 1999, Reid’s win total trails only Bill Belichick.
• His 10 playoff wins in nine appearances are most in team history and tied for 11th in league history. The Eagles earned trips to five NFC Championship Games and an appearance in Super Bowl XXXIX.
• Reached the 50-win milestone faster than any coach in team history (81 games). Dick Vermeil did so in 88 games.
• Earned NFL Coach of the Year honors in 2000, 2002 and 2010.
• Six assistant coaches who served under Reid went on to become head coaches: Brad Childress (Minnesota), John Harbaugh (Baltimore), Leslie Frazier (Minnesota), Ron Rivera (Carolina), Pat Shurmur (Cleveland) and Steve Spagnuolo (St. Louis).
• During his tenure, Reid coached 29 different players to a total of 66 Pro Bowl berths including 15 players with multiple selections.
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