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Good Time for Eagles to Fire Reid

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Andy Reid roamed the Eagles sideline just after the national anthem and it was hard not to look at the coach and think: "This might be the last time Cap'n Andy steers this ship."

If the Eagles had delivered another dud and fallen to 3-8 and already reached Jeffrey Lurie's preseason declaration that another 8-8 record was not enough, there was the smidgen of a chance that Reid would not open Monday's day-after news conference with "Injuries . . ."

Lurie would have taken Reid out back and did the coach a favor and fired him with five games and many more moments of misery remaining.

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