He is the longest tenured coachwith one team in both the NFC East and in the NFL right now. With 14 years as headcoach of the Eagles, Andy Reid is the bedrock of the Eagles. Players have come and gone Donavan Mcnabb, Brian WestBrook among others and yet Andy Reid is still here. Michael Vick is one of the elite quartebacks in the NFL, he is a gamebreaker with both his arm and legs. Both are tied to each others’s further employment in Philadelphia. This season is a make or break one for the Eagles and for each of these men. Reid is in the mist of trying to work around a personal tragedy of losing his son. Michael Vick is still looking to live down the past. The Owner has already gone on record as saying that nothing short of winning is acceptable and could cost someone their job…(Reid?) The fumbles and the interceptions rest at the feet of the talented QB Michael Vick alone. At the team’s current pace they could finish 7-9 out of the playoffs and changes would loom large. The bedrock of the team Andy Reid could be the first to go, maybe even …dare we say Michael Vick? For you the Eagles fan, If the team doesn’t finish well who should go Andy Reid or Michael Vick or both?
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