Hello Arrowhead Guys. Typically when the Chiefs win a game and the team reaches a milestone, I feel like I need to immediately publish the story as sports stories have a quick shelf life. With the Kansas City Chiefs and their head coach Andy Reid reaching his 100th win with the team against the Philadelphia Eagles, there is no shelf life on the achievement. It’s timeless. Andy Reid always tells folks in the media, “Time’s Yours”. But for Andy Reid, it’s his time and the poetic justice around Big Red getting that win against the Eagles of all teams is just perfect. Let’s take a look.
100 wins, 100 “how bout those CHIIIEEEEEFS” 👊 pic.twitter.com/7Ko2rxp8Pk— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) October 4, 2021
Today’s MVP = BIG RED❗️ pic.twitter.com/UP8Ek5clC4— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) October 3, 2021
One of the greatest to ever do it. pic.twitter.com/jnDj5Z6mxu— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) October 3, 2021
Andy Reid’s 1️⃣0️⃣0️⃣th win with the Chiefs. Tyreek scored 3️⃣ TDs.— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) October 6, 2021
Here are the sounds from Week 4️⃣. pic.twitter.com/NZEwhQ7wJf
Only coach to record 100+ wins for TWO franchises:— NFL on CBS 🏈 (@NFLonCBS) October 3, 2021
– Andy Reid
Consistently excellent pic.twitter.com/Zdg3st8VIi
ANDY! ANDY! ANDY!
Congratulations on 100 wins in Kansas City, Coach Reid!!!!!!!— notorious GAT (@kcgat) October 3, 2021
Andy Reid is now the only coach in NFL history to reach 100 wins with two different teams. #ChiefsKingdom is so grateful for this win and you! pic.twitter.com/YzO7Xev5lm
Andy Reid Appreciation!
Andy Reid has went above and beyond greatness. Not only did he bring a Super Bowl victory to the Kansas City Chiefs after a half century drought of not winning Super Bowls… Andy Reid also broke the records books by putting up another 100 wins with a second NFL franchise after becoming a household name with the Philadelphia Eagles. If you really think about it, it’s pretty dang astounding. Not only the accomplishment, but even the idea that Reid has been with the Chiefs long enough to rack up those kind of numbers. We’re getting old and time just keeps on churning up the wins for Andy Reid because the time is his. Congrats Andy!