After the Week 12 win against the Los Angeles Rams, no head coach for the Kansas City Chiefs has more win at Arrowhead Stadium than Andy Reid. Since becoming head coach of the Chiefs in 2013, Reid’s teams have won a whole lot of games at their home stadium. It’s known as the Arrowhead advantage for a reason, right?
With their latest win against the Rams in Week 12, Reid has now recorded 65 wins at Arrowhead Stadium. That number surpasses the late Marty Schottenheimer (64) for the most all-time by a coach at Arrowhead Stadium.
Most wins in our building. EVER.
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— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) November 28, 2022
Reid continues to climb the NFL’s all-time coaching wins leaderboards, but he’s already carved out a special place in franchise history. He has the most playoff wins by a head coach in franchise history. He’s already surpassed Schottenheimer to have the second-most wins all-time by a Chiefs head coach. He needs 14 more wins to jump ahead of the great Hank Stram for the most wins by a head coach for the franchise.
At this rate, there’s little doubt that he’ll achieve those unmet goals and go down as the winningest head coach in Kansas City. Fans will one day look back and recognize Big Red as the best to ever coach the team. For now, he’s onto the Cincinnati Bengals and finding a way to in Week 13.