Andy Reid, in his 14th season in Philadelphia, is one of 11 first-time coaches to last at least 12 seasons with the same club. The top five:
1T Curly Lambeau, Green Bay, 29 years: Ranks fourth all-time with 229 wins and has a stadium named after him. Enough said.
1T Tom Landry, Dallas, 29 years: Third behind Don Shula and George Halas in victories, Landry led America’s Team to 20 consecutive winning seasons and won two Super Bowl rings.
3T Chuck Noll, Pittsburgh, 23 years: Hall-of-Famer won four Super Bowl titles between 1974-79.
3T Steve Owen, N.Y. Giants, 23 years: Under Owen’s direction, the Giants played in eight of the NFL’s first 14 championship games.
5T Bud Grant, Minnesota, 17 years: Played in the NBA, NFL and CFL, and compiled a .620 winning percentage with the Vikings.
5T Jeff Fisher, Houston/Tenn., 17 years: Took the Titans to the playoffs six times, including one Super Bowl appearance.