- Andy Reid became the head coach of the Chiefs in 2013.
- Reid went 117-45 in the regular season in his first 10 years in Kansas City.
After the end of Andy Reid’s Eagles tenure in 2012, his future as a head coach seemed unclear. But his move to Kansas City changed the trajectory of his career and the Chiefs’ franchise.
The Chiefs have consistently had good NFL odds to make the playoffs since Reid became their head coach.
When Did Andy Reid Start Coaching the Kansas City Chiefs?
Andy Reid became the head coach of the Chiefs on Jan. 7, 2013.
In Reid’s first 10 seasons as their head coach, the Chiefs have earned an NFL playoff berth nine times. That includes two consecutive Super Bowl appearances in the 2019 and 2020 seasons and a title victory in the first of those years.
What Is Andy Reid’s Record With the Kansas City Chiefs?
Andy Reid went 117-45 in his first 10 regular seasons as head coach of the Chiefs.
What Was Andy Reid’s Record With the Philadelphia Eagles?
Andy Reid went 130-93-1 in 14 seasons as head coach of the Eagles in the regular season between 1999-2012. He was 10-9 in the playoffs, including one Super Bowl appearance in the 2004 season.
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