The Kansas City Chiefs have become the most dominant franchise in the NFL under Andy Reid’s watchful eye since the veteran head coach joined the team in 2013.
The Chiefs’ victory over the Miami Dolphins in Week 9 marked Reid’s 124th win as Kansas City’s skipper, which tied him for first place in team history for wins as a head coach with Hank Stram.
Coach Reid tied Hank Stram for the most regular-season wins (124) in franchise history on Sunday.
With one more victory, he'll become the first in league history to be the winningest head coach for two different franchises.
— Matt McMullen (@KCChiefs_Matt) November 6, 2023
The long-tenured coach is already the winningest leader in Philadelphia Eagles history. Reid can become the first skipper in league history to hold franchise records in the category for multiple teams with a win against Philadelphia when the Chiefs return to action in Week 11.
Accomplishments like this are rare in the NFL, where long-held records are seldom broken. Reid’s outstanding track record as a head coach is second to none, and while there remains plenty of room for Kansas City to improve before the playoffs, his steady hand should put fans’ minds at ease as the Chiefs embark on the second half of their 2023 campaign.