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9. Andy Reid, Philadelphia Eagles

2012 Record: 4-9

Season High Point: A 19-17 win over the Giants in Week 4.

Season Low Point: An embarrassing 31-6 loss to the Redskins in Week 11.

Outlook: Prior to the 2012 season, Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie said he expected an improvement from Philadelphia’s 8-8 record in 2011. “We need substantial improvement,” Lurie told reporters in August. “We have a very good team on paper, and paper doesn’t get you that far if you don’t maximize it.” The improvement, obviously, has not been seen and the product on paper didn’t come through on the field this year. Though one could point to injuries as the real culprit and not the coaching, I’d be surprised to see Andy Reid roaming the sidelines for a 15th season in Philadelphia. If anything, Sunday’s comeback victory in Tampa — with unlikely names like Nick Foles, Riley Cooper, and Jason Avant leading the way for Philadelphia — provided the rare nice moment for Reid and beleaguered Eagles fans this season.

Schrager Forecast: 80% chance of pink slip. - Peter Schrager (AP Photo/ Joseph Kaczmarek)

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