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Super Bowl pits new, experienced head coaches against each other

02 February 2018

The Birds are already big down here, but when a Super Bowl championship is in sight, the team transcends age groups, races, and classes, and the entire region becomes one, each green-robed resident locked together in a dance of Eagles affection. "I figured that since he was going to be in town, I asked him". He accepted a head-coaching job in 2005 at Calvary Baptist Academy in Shreveport, La., and in four years at the high school went 33-7.

Pat Shurmur, hired last week by the New York Giants for his second opportunity as a head coach, was Lewis' position coach in Philadelphia and most recently was Minnesota's offensive coordinator.

Pederson has gotten great credit for his almost flawless play calling against the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC Championship game.

The legendary Packers quarterback was invited by Eagles head coach and former teammate Doug Pederson to address the team on Saturday and provide some inspiration before the Super Bowl.

"He was the offensive coordinator so he was always calling the plays", Eachus said. "He's got some obligations he's going to do this week, and he and I still stay in touch".

Being a former player also helped Pederson out when it came time to get the promotion.

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"He understands the day-in-day-out grind of practice, putting in the time and the 12-hour work days", Eachus said.

"He's one of the greatest to ever play the game", Eagles quarterback Nick Foles said.

"It's unbelievable, isn't it?" said Eugene Chung, who coaches the Eagles' tight ends after working for Reid in Philadelphia and Kansas City.

Pederson was a backup quarterback in Green Bay in the late 1990s when Reid was coaching Brett Favre and the Packers' other QBs. "He immediately gains the respect of his players". "He was in big games, won big games, played a lot of football". But the increasing number of his former assistants as head coaches will give him more chances to enjoy someone else's success.

Although you'll find Cowboys fans (I've never understood that) and fans of NY and other football teams in the southern part of New Jersey, the region is predominantly made up of Eagles fans. Lewis, who labeled Reid "a builder of coaches", long ago identified those two as potential stars in the profession.