Thursday, September 3, 2015

One final Reid

One final won-lost look at Andy Reid

One final Reid

Former Eagles head coach Andy Reid. (David Maialetti/Staff Photographer)
Former Eagles head coach Andy Reid. (David Maialetti/Staff Photographer)

Before he heads off to the great beyond — Arizona! — we present Andy Reid's final regular season record as Eagles head coach, broken down by home and away.

We particularly were enthralled with his home winning percentage against playoff teams (.366) and against teams that finished with a winning record (.409).

 Overall  Record  Pct.  Record    Pct.  Record  Pct.
 Total  130-93-1    .583    65-47  .580    65-46-1    .584  
 vs. NFC East  52-38  .578  24-21  .533  28-17  .622
    vs. Cowboys  17-11  .607  9-5  .643  8-6  .571
    vs. Giants  15-13  .536  7-7  .500  8-6  .571
    vs. Redskins  17-11  .607  7-7  .500  10-4  .714
 vs. Rest of NFC  47-31  .603  23-16  .590  24-15  .615
 vs. AFC  31-24-1  .563  18-10  .643  13-14-1  .482
 vs. Playoff Teams  26-51  .338  15-26  .366  11-25  .306
 vs. Teams Over .500    34-54  .386  18-26  .409  16-28  .364

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