Before his tenure began as the head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs, Andy Reid coached the Philadelphia Eagles from 1999-2012.
Although Reid was able to find much success in Philadelphia, amassing a total record of 130-93-1, the Eagles ultimately decided to move on from Reid.
Now, he is set to face his former employer in the Super Bowl, a game that is set to be an emotional one for Reid.
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Although it is somewhat rare, Reid has been able to be successful with two separate NFL franchises.
Since 2013, and under Reid’s tutelage, the Chiefs have a record of 117-45, and they are now going to appear in their third Super Bowl in the last five seasons.
Reid is a proven winner, and it is clear that his tenure has proven him well.
In countless interviews, Chiefs players shout Reid’s praises, and he seems to be incredibly well-liked by players and fans alike.
Although this Super Bowl will be against Reid’s coaching alma mater, the opposing head coach doesn’t have the same level of tenure that Reid possesses.
Nick Sirianni has only been an NFL head coach for 37 games, in which he has an overall record of 25-12.
Sirianni is also well-liked within the Eagles organization.
Will his lack of postseason coaching experience be the Eagles’ downfall?
Coach Reid and the rest of the Chiefs have been here before, and know what to expect in the Super Bowl, unlike Sirianni and the Eagles.
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