Reid has officially become the winningest coach in franchise history, at least at home.
Most wins in our building. EVER.
Congratulations, Coach Reid! 👏 pic.twitter.com/oQNG8n2V9L
— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) November 28, 2022
Reid claimed this title after a 26-10 rout of the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday afternoon.
While the Chiefs didn’t play as aggressively as they usually do, they certainly got the job done.
The Rams were missing their quarterback, Matthew Stafford, making the game even more of a cakewalk for the Chiefs.
Since taking the job over from head coach Romeo Crennel, Reid has sported a regular season record of 111-44.
Reid is also responsible for the most playoff wins for a coach in Chiefs history, and is second in all-time victories by a Chiefs head coach.
He has squarely cemented his name in the Chiefs history, especially considering their Super Bowl victory in 2020.
This Super Bowl was only the second in franchise history.
With quarterback Patrick Mahomes at the helm, and coach Reid calling the shots, the Chiefs have set themselves up for great success for years to come.
In fact, with Mahomes as their quarterback, the Chiefs are 55-15 and have an impressive 26-7 record at home during Mahomes’ tenure.
Did we mention that Mahomes is tied to the Chiefs until 2031?
Mahomes signed a massive 10-year, $450 million contract with the Chiefs, and will be playing for them until 2031.
This should put Coach Reid in a great position to become the winningest coach in franchise history, as he only needs 13 wins to eclipse the prior record holder, Hank Stram.