What is the Career Record of Kansas City Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid?

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BetMGM Staff @BETMGM Jan 25, 2023, 1:34 PM

Andy Reid has reached the Super Bowl with two different teams, making him one of the best coaches of this generation.

Andy Reid’s NFL Career Record

Andy Reid has a record of 247-138-1 in 24 seasons as an NFL head coach.

Year Team Record
1999 Philadelphia Eagles 5-11
2000 Philadelphia Eagles 11-5 (Lost to New York Giants in NFC Divisional Game)
2001 Philadelphia Eagles 11-5 (Lost to St. Louis Rams in NFC Championship Game)
2002 Philadelphia Eagles 12-4 (Lost to Tampa Bay Bucs in NFC Championship Game)
2003 Philadelphia Eagles 12-4 (Lost to Carolina Panthers in NFC Championship Game)
2004 Philadelphia Eagles 13-3 (Lost to New England Patriots in Super Bowl)
2005 Philadelphia Eagles 6-10
2006 Philadelphia Eagles 10-6 (lost to New Orleans Saints in NFC Divisional Game)
2007 Philadelphia Eagles 8-8
2008 Philadelphia Eagles 9-6-1 (Lost to Arizona Cardinals in NFC Championship Game)
2009 Philadelphia Eagles 11-5 (Lost to Dallas Cowboys in NFC Wild Card Game)
2010 Philadelphia Eagles 10-6 (Lost to Green Bay Packers in NFC Wild Card Game)
2011 Philadelphia Eagles 8-8
2012 Philadelphia Eagles 4-12
2013 Kansas City Chiefs 11-5 (Lost to Indianapolis Colts in AFC Wild Card Game)
2014 Kansas City Chiefs 9-7
2015 Kansas City Chiefs 11-5 (Lost to New England Patriots in AFC Divisional Game)
2016 Kansas City Chiefs 12-4 (Lost to Pittsburgh Steelers in AFC Divisional Game)
2017 Kansas City Chiefs 10-6 (Lost to Tennessee Titans in AFC Wild Card Game)
2018 Kansas City Chiefs 12-4 (Lost to New England Patriots in AFC Championship Game)
2019 Kansas City Chiefs 12-4 (Super Bowl Champions
2020 Kansas City Chiefs 14-2 (Lost to Tampa Bay Bucs in Super Bowl)
2021 Kansas City Chiefs 12-5 (Lost to Cincinnati Bengals in AFC Championship Game)
2022 Kansas City Chiefs 14-3 (TBD)

Andy Reid became a head coach in 1999, taking over the struggling Philadelphia Eagles. They went just 5-11 in his first season but quickly turned things around and made the playoffs in five straight seasons, losing in the Super Bowl XXXIX to the Patriots in 2004.

They would make the playoffs four more times under Reid but never reached the Super Bowl again. They would miss the playoffs in 2011 and 2012, the latter ending with a miserable 4-12 record that resulted in Reid being let go by the Eagles.

The Kansas City Chiefs quickly snapped Reid up, and he made the playoffs in his first year, going 11-5. They narrowly missed the playoffs in the 2014 season but have been a fixture since going to the postseason in eight straight campaigns.

Playoff losses dogged Reid for much of his time, but Patrick Mahomes has primarily fixed that issue. The Chiefs won Super Bowl LIV and made it back the following year, losing a classic to the Buccaneers. They lost to Joe Burrow in the AFC Championship Game in 2021 and are right back in the same game in 2022.

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