Behind every coach is a great quarterback, or it is the other way around? No matter how you look at it, the teams that have been consistently in the playoffs over a given time frame have had the same person on the sidelines and signal calling most of the time.
Sunday's game was the 118th together for Eagles coach Andy Reid and quarterback Donovan McNabb, and while Philadelphia did make the Super Bowl once, and lost, in their time together, that tandem has certainly been successful.
Today's question is: What coach-quarterback combination has been together longer than any other?
A) Tom Landry-Roger Staubach B) Don Shula-Dan Marino C) Marv Levy-Jim Kelly D) Bill Walsh-Joe Montana.
Talk about it in the comment section below and look for the answer in the On The Web section of the print edition of The News on Monday, Oct. 13.