In September (and an August regular-season game), Reid’s teams are 23-20, barely over .500.
In October, they’re 29-20. A little bit better.
In November, they’re 32-18-1. Pretty darn good.
And in December (and January regular-season games) -- counting only games in which Reid played his regulars -- they’re 37-15.
The trend is undeniable.
The defense is starting to gel. Reid is running the ball a lot. Vick is hitting his check-downs. And DJ and Maclin are still stretching the field. What's this mean? The Eagles will be play-off contenders and right now are the class of the NFC East.
Vick is firing on all cylinders and the wide-9 has been adjusted and tweaked to cater to the strengths of individual players. With the wide part of the wide 9 not so wide anymore, it's harder to run up the middle than it was earlier in the season. Things are looking much better.