It appears that NFL FOX commentator — and former Super Bowl-winning coach — Brian Billick has entered the "Who Wants to Interiew to Be Head Coach of the Eagles" contest that is sweeping the nation. So, we dutifully trot out some numbers on him ...
♦ Of the 28 coaches who have won the Supe, only five of them have a worse career regular season winning percentage that Billick's .556 (80-64 in 9 seasons with the Ravens). That is the exact same record as another Supe winner, Jimmy Johnson.
♦ For comparisons sake, the cumulative winning percentage of the 28 SB-winning coaches is .601 (3577-2366-48).
♦ Billick's record over his last three seasons in Baltimore was 24-24. (Andy Reid's record in his last three seasons in Philadelphia was 22-26.)
♦ Billick did win the first five NFL playoff games he ever coached ...
♦ ... But he lost his last three playoff games (by a total of 29 points), including two at home. (Reid also lost his last three playoff games — by 32 points — only one of them at home.)
♦ Billick took the Ravens to the postseason four times in nine seasons. (Reid took the Birds nine times in 14 seasons.)
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