Andy Reid, the beloved former Eagles coach continues to build his illustrious resume, proving himself to be one of the best coaches the NFL has ever seen. After winning his third Super Bowl in five years as the head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs, the 65-year-old Reid is showing no intention to stop any time soon.
Andy Reid Coming Back For A Three-Peat Next Year
And why would he? He has Patrick Mahomes, who is only 28 and the best quarterback in the league, a stacked roster, and an organization that allows him complete autonomy.
Yes, Reid never won the Super Bowl in Philadelphia. Eagles fans have the right to be bitter about that, but Big Red's evolution as a head coach has been nothing short of extraordinary.
Reid's journey going from a coach who came up short in big moments to a play-caller who consistently puts his players in the right positions to succeed and thrive under pressure has been remarkable.
He seems to be enjoying his time in Kansas City as well. Being asked after the Super Bowl win yesterday, Reid said in the most Andy Reid fashion:
" I haven't had time to think about it, but yeah, sure"- Andy Reid about coaching next season
The NFL had massive names calling it quits this offseason. Pete Carroll and Bill Belichick both left their respective jobs in Seattle and New England, leaving Reid as the oldest and the third-longest tenured head coach in the league.
Kansas City will likely have to go through some changes this offseason, with key players like Chris Jones and L'Jarius Sneed potentially leaving in free agency. This means that a new challenge is waiting for Reid in the new season.
How many more seasons Reid has in him remains to be seen, but he will almost certainly find a way to keep the Chiefs as the team to beat in the NFL as long as he is there.