Facts: *29-27 coaching record. Never made the playoffs. *He's had a franchise QB his entire coaching tenure. Someone he has familiarity with since 2007 (one of the longest player/coach relationships in the league right now). *He's had the opportunity to revamp the entire oline to his liking since the 2010-11 purge (3 premium picks after failed experiment with low round picks/UDFAs). *He's had multiple defensive coordinators and now multiple offensive coordinators. *He drafted a tight end with a premium pick to switch to his desired 12 personnel. *He's gotten a draft to focus on the defense (7 of 9 picks on D). How much more does he need before he's held accountable for the lack of results on the field? Isn't this the year? Deservedly or not, we've praised him for improving drafting, bringing discipline to the team, and having a team that generally puts out good effort. As the second longest tenured coach in the NFC East, I think it's time this guy shows us something and wins the division.