NFL fans know and love head coach Andy Reid.
The Kansas City Chiefs coach has a long history of being one of the best head coaches in the league.
However, on Saturday night, he made some NFL coaching history.
The Chiefs’ 27-20 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars gave him his 10th playoff win with the team.
This win made him the first NFL coach in history to take two separate teams to 10 playoff wins each.
Andy Reid is the first coach in NFL history to lead two separate franchises to 10 playoff victories.
— Field Yates (@FieldYates) January 22, 2023
His first run at playoff greatness came when he was coaching the Philadelphia Eagles.
He spent over a decade with the Eagles, leading them to six NFC East titles, nine playoff appearances, and ten playoff wins.
While his record with the Eagles during the playoffs was 10-9, he still got them to a Super Bowl.
Saturday’s victory now gives him a 10-7 record as the head coach of the Chiefs.
With seven consecutive AFC West titles, he’s been one of the best coaches over the past decade in the NFL.
While his coaching helps, the rise of Patrick Mahomes as the face of the franchise in Kansas City helps him as well.
Because of this, Reid now has his name in the NFL record books.
While the battle for him and the Chiefs isn’t over, he can soak in this moment of greatness he’s achieved.
With the Chiefs going into the AFC Championship game for the fourth consecutive season, Reid has his eyes on taking the Chiefs to the Super Bowl.