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Old 10-23-2005, 12:39 PM  
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Our New head coach...

you see the coverage they have against the chargers? 8 sometimes 9 men at the line of scrimmage and they are still getting better coverage than we do with 8 men back in coverage.


Jim Johnson



Position: Defensive Coordinator
Years With Eagles: 7

On January 22, 1999, Eagles head coach Andy Reid targeted and hired Jim Johnson as the Eagles new defensive coordinator. A veteran of 19 seasons as an NFL assistant, Johnson has proven to be the right man in leading the team's defense to become one of the premier units in the NFL.

"As I've said many times, Jim Johnson is the best in the business at what he does," said Reid upon signing his prized defensive coordinator to a lucrative four-year contract extension in 2005. "His defensive units continue to produce at a very high level as he puts a lot of pressure on opposing offenses."

The Eagles defense knows only one way to play and that is to attack. Over the last five years, Johnson's units ranked first in the league in fewest points allowed (1,241, 15.5 per game), sacks (236), 3rd down defense (33.0 %), and red zone defense (86 TDs in 213 attempts), 8th in opponent's QB rating (73.8), and tied for 9th in take-aways (156).

Despite employing a new tandem of starting cornerbacks in Lito Sheppard and Sheldon Brown in 2004, the Eagles defense ranked 2nd in the league in both points allowed (16.3) and sacks (47).

In 2001, Johnson's unit became the fourth team in NFL history to go all 16 games without allowing more than 21 points. Their streak of allowing 21 or fewer in 34 straight games was second longest in NFL history (Minnesota, 1968-71). In 1999, Johnson's unit forced an NFL-best 46 turnovers, including a team-record 5 interceptions returned for TDs.

Over the last six years, Johnson's defense has produced 19 Pro Bowl selections: Troy Vincent (5), Brian Dawkins (4), Hugh Douglas (3), Jeremiah Trotter (3), Michael Lewis (1), Lito Sheppard (1), Corey Simon (1), and Bobby Taylor (1).

In 1998, he helped the Seahawks register 10 TDs on defense, including 8 INTs returned for scores, 2nd most in NFL history. Johnson arrived in Seattle after a four-year tenure in Indianapolis, the last two as defensive coordinator.

He spent eight seasons with the Arizona Cardinals (1986-93). After overseeing the Cards defensive line for four seasons, Johnson excelled as their secondary coach, helping Aeneas Williams become the first rookie cornerback to lead the league in interceptions (6) since 1981.

Johnson began his coaching career as head coach at Missouri Southern (1967-68), before serving four-year tenures at Drake and Indiana. From 1977-83, Johnson served as defensive coordinator and assistant head coach at Notre Dame, a stint that included a national championship in 1977.

An all-conference quarterback himself at Missouri (where he played in the same backfield with long-time NFL executive Bill Tobin), Johnson went on to spend two seasons with Buffalo as a tight end (1963-64).

A native of Maywood, Ill., the 64-year-old Johnson (born 5/26/41) has a bachelor's degree in education and a master's degree in physical education from Missouri. He and his wife, Vicky, reside in suburban Philadelphia. They have two children, Scott and Michelle, and three grandchildren, Katie, Justin, and Brandon.

SECRETARY OF DEFENSE

Since the start of the 2000 season, Johnson's unit is highly ranked in several pertinent defensive categories:

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Fewest points allowed           1,241 (15.5 per game)  1st  
Sacks                           236                    1st 
3rd down efficiency             33.0% (369/1,116)      1st  
Red zone TD pct.                40.4% (86/213)         1st 
Opponent QB rating              73.8                   8th 
Take-Aways                      156 (78 INT, 78 fum.)  t-9th
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Old 10-23-2005, 12:40 PM   #2
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Old 10-23-2005, 12:41 PM   #3
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once again ... thanks so much for your quality input
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Well, sure, but we could do fine with 16 or 17 defenders on the field, too.
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You're welcome. Need a tissue?
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Old 10-23-2005, 12:45 PM   #6
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Jim Johnson is 104 years old... I dont want another old ass senile head coach who is going into the Alzheimers years.

Williams grew up in KC, and would love it here. Give it to him.
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Old 10-23-2005, 12:46 PM   #7
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nope, i'm fine



you need a tampon? maybe jenny will loan you one.
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you need a tampon? maybe jenny will loan you one.
No thanks. From your crying, I'd say you need some vaginal salve, though.
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Jim Johnson is 104 years old... I dont want another old ass senile head coach who is going into the Alzheimers years.

Williams grew up in KC, and would love it here. Give it to him.
wasn't Williams a disaster as a head coach a few years ago?


buffalo??
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Jim Johnson is 104 years old... I dont want another old ass senile head coach who is going into the Alzheimers years.

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The Buffalo experiment wasn't his fault?
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Old 10-23-2005, 12:49 PM   #11
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at least the first few million times you've said it
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Sorry guys, but Carl being Carl, I think we can expect this guy to be our next HC.

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YOu live and learn... I think he will be a much better head coach this time around. but then again, its all subjective.

Al Saunders was a disaster in San Diego, right? I dont want Al Saunders, period.

A defensive minded coach is crucial.
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YOu live and learn... I think he will be a much better head coach this time around. but then again, its all subjective.

Al Saunders was a disaster in San Diego, right? I dont want Al Saunders, period.

A defensive minded coach is crucial.
I'd say Bill Belichick definitely improved with a second chance.
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Sorry guys, but Carl being Carl, I think we can expect this guy to be our next HC.

would he leave NY?
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