Before winning two Super Bowl titles with the Kansas City Chiefs, Andy Reid was known as the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles. Under his 14-year leadership, which began in 1999, the Eagles made five NFC Conference Championship games, the first four consecutively, but only won one of them in 2004, after which they lost to Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.
Reid was fired after a calamitous 2012 in which the Eagles went 4-12, the worst record of his tenure. In fact, this was the first time he had failed to reach the playoffs in consecutive seasons.
Nevertheless, Reid is still one of the most highly respected figures in Eagles history. Among the players who flourished during his tenure were McCoy and Jackson.