Kansas City Chiefs WIN. Andy Reid achieves 100th W with KC!

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The Kansas City Chiefs flew into Philadelphia and defeated the birds in their own nest 42-30. The Eagles fittingly handed Andy Reid his 100th win on a Sunday afternoon with the Philly birds chirping. Join AG to discuss.

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.

Time’s HIS!

Big Red!

ANDY! ANDY! ANDY!

Grateful!

Andy Reid Appreciation!

Conclusion

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!

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WaywerdSon
WaywerdSon
10/09/2021 8:28 pm

A&M is giving bama all they want

Nasrani
Nasrani
10/09/2021 8:01 pm

I look out my window, watch as she passes by
And I say to myself I’m such a lucky guy

EAFOX
10/09/2021 7:45 pm

80 – Guns and Roses
79 – (TIE) Megadeth and Slayer
78 – Slipknot
77 – (TIE) Avenged Sevenfold and Disturbed
76 – Pearl Jam
75 – Dave Grohl
74 – Neil Young
73 – Lou Reed
72 – Van Morrison
71 – The Cranberries

EAFOX
Reply to  EAFOX
10/09/2021 7:47 pm

You can read the commentary in the fan post or simply ask and I will respond. Will be leaving in about 15 to pick up dinner but will get back online when I return.

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  EAFOX
10/09/2021 7:52 pm

See you this Afternight, I expect. I’m watching the Wild vs Blackhawks game, so I’m checking in a little less frequently, same as when the Royals were playing during the OT.

EAFOX
Reply to  BleedingRedAndGold
10/09/2021 7:54 pm

Pretty slow tonight – everyone is wiped out I suppose. May or may not pick up. Worse case scenario – I repost this in the Morning Huddle tomorrow – thankfully, we have an evening game.

EAFOX
Reply to  EAFOX
10/09/2021 7:57 pm

I copied and pasted the commentary to save you time from clicking to the fan post

Commentary: GNR imploded and drops on the list. I tried with some of the more modern groups. Megadeth and Slayer tied cause I do not know one from the other but know they are significant. Slipknot made it cause they are my son’s favorite group and it takes balls to perform like they do. I picked Avenged Sevenfold and Disturbed cause I actually know and like a song they do – Hail to the King and Sound of Silence respectively. Feel free to throw in more newer bands cause there is only one left to come. I read that Pearl Jam had been around for awhile so I picked them. I know who Dave Grohl is – he sings and plays with everyone out there – and he is probably the only new person that I know and recognize. I really tried to give respect here so be nice. Young, Reed, and Morrison are what legends are made of. Surprise pick at #71 – Dolores O’Riordan was something special so The Cranberries make their appearance. Have fun with the comments.

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  EAFOX
10/09/2021 8:11 pm

When it comes to modern covers of old hits, Disturbed’s take on Land of Confusion is quite good, and they likewise put an edge into it. They’re defunct now, but Godhead’s take on Eleanor Rigby was respectfully transformative, remaining true to the original while converting it to a metal track. Outstanding video, too.

EAFOX
10/09/2021 7:07 pm

Guess what is coming in about an hour!!!!

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  EAFOX
10/09/2021 7:29 pm

Your next love letter to KISS, perchance? 😛 😉

Nasrani
Nasrani
Reply to  BleedingRedAndGold
10/09/2021 7:30 pm

I have a feeling that everybody’s gonna move their feet, and everybody’s gonna leave their seat here at AG Rock City.

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BleedingRedAndGold
10/09/2021 6:22 pm

“Ibram Kendi and Robin DiAngelo are probably the two best-known advocates of that approach, where every situation is seen as fraught with a massive amount of unacknowledged racism. And the job of facilitators is to come into, say, National Public Radio’s headquarters and help people there realize that they’re racist. But you’re saying that approach is part of the problem.

Yes, because it’s based upon a couple of things that are problematic. If you believe that anything and everything is white supremacy, for example—as it seems to me especially individuals like Robin DiAngelo believe—then, ironically, you are sort of claiming that white supremacy is this all-powerful, all-pervasive thing. You’re actually accepting a premise that white supremacists professed. In doing so, you sort of perpetuate this belief, or stereotype, that people of color are helpless victims and will always be helpless victims. That creates a caricaturing of both black and white people, which actually just leads to more prejudice in the workplace, as opposed to getting rid of it.”

I’d say she’s onto something, since a lot of what she says in this interview ring true to my experience.

https://reason.com/2021/10/09/a-different-approach-to-anti-racism/

BleedingRedAndGold
10/09/2021 5:20 pm
NovaChiefs
NovaChiefs
10/09/2021 5:06 pm

https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2021/10/09/chiefs-willie-gay-says-hes-struggling-with-mental-health-misses-practice-for-personal-reasons/

I wish the kid all the best and hope he gets things straight. I also hope he manages to get back on the field soon, but this isn’t like a hammy that if you give it time it will heal. If the turf toe was a cover, he might be gone a while.

Nasrani
Nasrani
Reply to  NovaChiefs
10/09/2021 5:10 pm

Well that’s not good. I hope it’s something he feels comfortable talking about, even if not immediately. It seems like the Chiefs have the pieces in place to provide a good environment for counseling or other assistance in that regard.

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rip58
rip58
Reply to  NovaChiefs
10/09/2021 5:16 pm

Well crap that sucks, hope he takes all the time he needs.. some things more important than football..
Was really looking forward to his return, Sunday night…crap !!!!!!

NovaChiefs
NovaChiefs
Reply to  rip58
10/09/2021 5:19 pm

All this AND red-on-red? Going to be tough.

EAFOX
Reply to  rip58
10/09/2021 7:06 pm

We need that Gay guy!!!!

Nasrani
Nasrani
Reply to  EAFOX
10/09/2021 7:10 pm

We Willie, Willie do.

EAFOX
Reply to  Nasrani
10/09/2021 7:12 pm

I Willie wish that I could make that Gay guy feel better.

hoosierchief
Reply to  rip58
10/09/2021 8:33 pm

Sometimes injuries themselves create their own mental health issues – you can get your body back to full strength but you also have to get your mind back to trusting it and letting it rip. For a pro athlete I can see where an injury could heighten depression.

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  hoosierchief
10/09/2021 8:59 pm

And that’s before you factor in any past brain trauma he’s experienced. That could be an enhancing factor, and even more unpredictable, since each brain has to re-wire itself after a very specific trauma, just to bounce back to the new normal. That’s complicated by the fact that even if two different people received identical traumas, in terms of brain disruption, they couldn’t heal the same way because their situations are unique. Coping would require the restoration of processes used in personalized ways.

The relationship between the mind and the brain is one of the great mysteries of life, but one thing is clear: significant change to one produces changes of the other that persist.

BleedingRedAndGold
Reply to  rip58
10/09/2021 8:49 pm

I don’t know what his issues are, but severity does not equal timeframe, so I’d say that turf toe as a cover, if it happened, is fairly appropriate, sort of a Berry’s bone spurs light. Because there’s no way to predict how long it’ll take him to dig his way out of the pit he’s been in, he truly is day-to-day. Y’all oughta know that I feel for the man, for some very good reasons.

Trust me, it’s a very lonely struggle.

BleedingRedAndGold
10/09/2021 4:43 pm

The result here ought to look pretty familiar, yet it predates the European settlement of the Americas by hundreds of years. Where’s the appropriation, again?

MasterChief
MasterChief
10/09/2021 4:42 pm

Big Red knows wtf he’s doing. He’s my favorite coach of all time.

BleedingRedAndGold
10/09/2021 3:25 pm
pompano
10/09/2021 2:26 pm

Had to bite my tongue last week, loud guy (all day on everything) started “Reid sucks, is a loser, killed one of his kids, the other’s in jail etc”…
Ignorant and unempathetic.

probablyamistake
probablyamistake
Reply to  pompano
10/09/2021 3:14 pm

Yikes, didn’t see that. Definitely for the best. 😡

rip58
rip58
10/09/2021 1:49 pm

Thank you for coming to Kansas City big Red..Thank you Mr Clark for making it happen..it’s a great time to be a chiefs fan…
Thx CBO..

Nasrani
Nasrani
Reply to  rip58
10/09/2021 1:56 pm

Surprisingly it only took seven years and change to do so (here, anyway). Some coaches coach for 10+ with one team and get to 100 wins by the skin of their teeth.

upamtn
Reply to  Nasrani
10/09/2021 2:05 pm

Marty was 108-58-1 with the Chiefs

Schottenheimer spent a total of 10 seasons as head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs, from 1989 to 1998 recording a 101–58–1 regular season record (. 634) and had three division titles, seven playoff appearances, and a trip to the AFC Championship game in 1993, losing to the Buffalo Bills

add whatever playoff wins he had to that 108

Nasrani
Nasrani
Reply to  upamtn
10/09/2021 2:47 pm

Marty was a heck of a coach. May he rest in peace.

EAFOX
Reply to  Nasrani
10/09/2021 5:30 pm

Reid is the man but Marty did not have Mahomes and was a consistent winner.

larch
10/09/2021 1:11 pm

Nicely done CBO, Coach Reid has earned it.

probablyamistake
probablyamistake
10/09/2021 12:58 pm

Thanks CBO. We love us some Big Red!!!

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upamtn
Reply to  probablyamistake
10/09/2021 1:59 pm

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Nasrani
Nasrani
Reply to  upamtn
10/09/2021 4:03 pm

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upamtn
10/09/2021 12:41 pm

5 Stars! well, should be 100 Stars but AG only goes to 5 in the “post ranking ratings” so there’s that …

well done, Big Red!

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