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Andy Reid didn’t want to get emotional returning to Philadelphia for the first time in years, even though the Kansas City Chiefs head coach made NFL history by beating his former team. With the Chiefs’ 42-30 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles, Reid won his 100th game with Kansas City (including postseason) — becoming the first head coach in NFL history to win 100 games with two different franchises.

Reid is the winningest head coach in Eagles history, finishing his 14-year tenure with Philadelphia with a 140-102-1 record (including postseason). He won six NFC East championships, made nine postseason appearances, reached five conference title games, and earned one Super Bowl appearance with Philadelphia. Reid went 130-93-1 in the regular season with the Eagles and 10-9 in the postseason. 

The former Eagles head coach has been even better with the Chiefs. In his ninth season with the Chiefs, Reid has compiled a 100-45 record (including postseason), winning five AFC West titles, reaching the postseason seven times and the conference championship game three times, winning Super Bowl LIV and making the Super Bowl twice in his tenure with Kansas City. Reid is 93-39 as the Chiefs head coach in the regular season and 7-6 in the postseason. 

Reid has 17 postseason victories in his career, tied with Joe Gibbs for fourth-most in NFL history. He trails only Bill Belichick (31), Tom Landry (20) and Don Shula (19) in career playoff victories. Reid has 240 career combined victories in the regular season and postseason, which is the fifth-most in NFL history. Only Shula (347), George Halas (324), Belichick (311) and Landry (270) are ahead of Reid.

Reid’s 223 career regular season wins are three behind Curly Lambeau (226) for fifth on the all-time list. he’s seven wins away from winning 100 regular season games with two different franchises, which would also be a first in NFL history. 



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