Andy Reid and the Super Bowl of nostalgia
Chiefs coach Andy Reid is ready to face his former the Philadelphia Eagles, a team he coached for over a decade and brought to the Super Bowl in 2005.
Andy Reid and Patrick Mahomes have formed a histortc coaching and quarterback duo that is somewhat reminiscent of Tom Brady and Bill Belichick. They have gone to the AFC Championship in each of the last five seasons and this will be their third Super Bowl appearance.
This particular Super Bowl will be extra special for the 64-year-old coach. Reid is going up against the Philadelphia Eagles, a team he coached for 14 years before embarking on his journey to Kansas City to turn the Chiefs into one of the best teams in the NFL.
Andy Reid's record
Andy Reid has coached a total of 423 games in his career (243 with the Eagles and 180 with the Chiefs). In those 423 games he has 268 wins (including regular season and playoffs), and the only thing that is missing from his time in Philly was a Lombardi Trophy.
Reid had 130 of those 268 wins with the Eagles in the regular season, this is in addition his 10 playoffs vicotries. He currently has 117 wins with the Chiefs, on top of 11 in the postseason to give him a career win percentage of 63%.
Reid now has a chance to add to his trophy cabinet with a second Super Bowl win after beating San Francisco 49ers 31-20 back in 2019. The former Philly coach has been to Super Bowl Sunday three times as a head coach but lost two on two of those occasions, once with the Chiefs who fell to the Tampa Bay Bucs, and once with the Eagles who lost to the New England Patriots back in 2005.
His past with Sirianni
Although Reid and Sirianni didn’t coach together, they do have a bit of a history. Sirianni worked as the wide receivers coach at Kansas City before Andy Reid took over and cleaned house, including the current Eagles coach.
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