As Frank Reich met the media after Sunday’s 26-3 loss to the New England Patriots. Check out his coaching record and net worth here.

Frank Reich : Coaching record | Stats | Net worth

The biggest highlight of Reich’s college career was the comeback he led against the Miami Hurricanes on November 10, 1984 at the Miami Orange Bowl.

Frank Reich : Coaching record | Stats | Net worth

Reich came off the bench to play for Stan Gelbaugh, who had previously replaced him as the starter after Reich separated his shoulder in the fourth week of the season against Wake Forest. Quarterback Bernie Kosar had led Miami to a 31–0 halftime lead.

At the start of the third quarter, Reich led the Terrapins on multiple scoring drives.

Three touchdowns in the third quarter and a fourth at the start of the final quarter turned what was a blowout into a close game.

Frank Reich Coaching record 

Reich was a coaching intern for the Indianapolis Colts from 2006 to 2007. In 2008, he served as an offensive coaching staff assistant for the Colts.

Frank Reich : Coaching record | Stats | Net worth

After Tony Dungy retired following the 2008 season, former Colts quarterback coach Jim Caldwell took over as head coach and Reich became the new quarterbacks coach.

Head coaching record
        Regular season:          40–33–1 (.547)          
Postseason: 1–2 (.333)
Career: 41–35–1 (.539)

Reich switched to wide receivers coach in 2011 but was dismissed when the entire coaching staff was released after a 2–14 season.

He was hired by the San Diego Chargers along with Whisenhunt in 2013. When Whisenhunt left to become head coach of the Tennessee Titans, Reich was promoted to offensive coordinator.

On January 4, 2016, he was fired from his position as offensive coordinator after the Chargers finished 31st in rushing and struggled on offense.

On January 20, 2016, Reich was hired as the offensive coordinator for the Philadelphia Eagles and went on to win Super Bowl LII with the team in 2017.

Frank Reich stats

Reich was drafted by the Buffalo Bills in the third round (57th overall) in the 1985 NFL Draft. The Bills had already drafted future Hall of Famer Jim Kelly in 1983 and when Kelly signed with the Bills in 1986, Reich was relegated a role as backup.

Frank Reich : Coaching record | Stats | Net worth

                   Career highlights and awards              
As offensive coordinator
  • Super Bowl champion (LII)
Career NFL statistics
TD–INT: 40–36                   
            Passing yards:              6,075
Passer rating: 72.9

Reich got his first start when Kelly went down with a shoulder injury in 1989. Reich led the Bills to two straight victories.

He rallied the Bills in the fourth quarter by throwing two drives down the field for a 23–20 victory over the previously unbeaten Los Angeles Rams.

This first game for Reich occurred in front of a Rich Stadium crowd of 76,231 and a Monday Night Football audience.

In Super Bowl XXV, kicker Scott Norwood famously missed the potential game winning field goal wide-right, which was partially due to Reich accidentally facing the laces to the right.

Reich returned the following year, however when Kelly was injured again late in the 1990 season. Reich provided the Bills with two key wins, clinching them the AFC East title and home field advantage throughout the playoffs.

Net worth 

Before his latest NFL contract, the Indianapolis Colts head coach was reportedly worth around $10 million.

Frank Reich : Coaching record | Stats | Net worth

Reich earned his considerable wealth as a former NFL player and current head coach in the league.

The precise numbers in Reich’s new deal with the Colts have not yet been revealed.

By Rishabh

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