As you know, Andy Reid’s long tenure with the Philadelphia Eagles has come to an end after 14 seasons. During those 14 years, Reid’s Eagles found themselves in the playoffs nine times – that’s about half of the Eagles total playoff appearances since the league merger in 1970. To call him anything other than the most successful coach in Philadelphia history would be doing him a disservice.
However, after two poor seasons with a supposed dream team, Andy Reid was released by the Eagles on Black Monday. Days later he was scooped up by the struggling Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs hope that Reid’s winning pedigree will be the perfect answer for their recently horrible team. There are three notable things that need to change in Kansas City in order for them to start experiencing success.
General Manager Scott Pioli needs to move on.
Figure out the QB situation.
Increase team-wide talent, don’t just rely on a handful of pro-bowlers.
As it stands right now, Scott Pioli is gone, so that i...