Andy Reid has been an NFL head coach since 1999 – 14 years with the Philadelphia Eagles and in the middle of his ninth year with the Kansas City Chiefs. He’s accomplished a lot in his time with both teams, but made history today.
On Sunday, Reid notched a win over his former team, beating the Eagles 42-30. With that win, Reid recorded his 100th win with the Chiefs. In the process, he became the first coach in NFL history to win 100+ games with two franchises.
Reid previously went 130-93-1 in the regular season with the Eagles. He went 10-9 with them in the postseason.
As head coach of the Chiefs, he is now 93-39, but with a 7-6 postseason record. He now has 100+ wins with both franchises, factoring in the postseason.
Congrats to Andy Reid.. with the win today Reid becomes the 1st coach in NFL history to get 100 wins with 2 different franchises. One of the absolute best to ever do it #ChiefsKingdom pic.twitter.com/kljTJ1lQjf
— trey wingo (@wingoz) October 3, 2021
As head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles, Reid won six NFC East titles, made nine playoff appearances and led them to an NFC Championship win in 2004.
With the Chiefs though, Reid has cemented his legacy as one of the best coaches ever. He hasn’t had a losing season and is coming off back-to-back Super Bowl appearances, winning it all in Super Bowl LIV for his first ring, and the Chiefs’ first ring in 50 years.
Andy Reid may have to wait a while to get his bust in Canton. But with what he’s achieved, he’s destined for Pro Football Hall of Fame honors.
Congratulations, Coach Reid.