Andy Reid, Kansas City Chiefs
Andy Reid (60) began his NFL coaching career in 1992 as an offensive assistant for the Green Bay Packers. After three seasons he took over as offensive line coach from 1995-96. In 1997, he became the quarterbacks coach and assistant head coach.
Reid was hired as head coach for the Philadelphia Eagles in 1999. After a rough first season, he coached the Eagles to five straight playoff appearances, including four consecutive NFC East titles. He won AP Coach of the Year in 2002. From 2001-03 the Eagles lost in the NFC Championship game, but finally won it in 2004 only to lose in the Super Bowl to the New England Patriots. The Eagles missed out on the playoffs in 2005, but made the cut in four of the next five years. However, a Super Bowl win still eluded Reid. He was fired after a 4-12 2012 season, but holds the Eagles franchise record in wins (130).
Reid was hired as the head coach for the Kansas City Chiefs in 2013 and brought more of the same success he had in Philadelphia. Between 2013-17, the Chiefs reached the playoffs in all but one year. Still, Reid was unable to guide his team deeper into the playoffs, never making it past the Divisional Round. In 2017, Reid led the Chiefs to a second consecutive AFC West title for the first time in franchise history. He has a 194-133-1 record prior to the 2018 season. HCR: 2017-2018