Andy Reid earns 21st postseason win, moves ahead of Tom Landry for No. 2 in NFL history

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Chiefs coach Andy Reid won the 21st postseason game of his NFL coaching career on Sunday night, taking sole possession of second place in NFL history.

Reid has moved ahead of Tom Landry, who won 20 postseason games with the Cowboys. Reid is now No. 2 in NFL history behind Bill Belichick, who has 31 postseason wins.

The AFC Championship Game win over the Bengals was Reid’s 11th postseason win with the Chiefs. He also won 10 postseason games as head coach of the Eagles.

Now Reid will coach in his fourth Super Bowl, against his former team, and attempt to get his second ring.

9 responses to “Andy Reid earns 21st postseason win, moves ahead of Tom Landry for No. 2 in NFL history

  1. 1999 – Mike Holmgren leaves the Packers for Seattle. Assistant head coach Andy Reid is the overwhelming favorite, and easily the best choice, to take over the Packers. Instead, Green Bay chooses Ray Rhodes who lasts one season. What could have been.

  2. …..isn’t it amazing?
    ….the THINGS Bill Belichick
    (aka) The Greatest Coach In Sporting History has managed to accomplish?

  3. Reid has a great shot at passing BB’s postseason records assuming Mahomes stays Mahomes for a long time.

  4. aaronhernandezfromdeathrow says:
    January 30, 2023 at 11:07 am
    …..isn’t it amazing?
    ….the THINGS Bill Belichick
    (aka) The Greatest Coach In Sporting History has managed to accomplish?


    It’s a fact that BB is one of the all time greatest coaches in this league. But there are too many arguments against it for me to say he is the undisputable greatest coach of all time.

  5. thaswussup says:
    January 30, 2023 at 11:24 am
    Any Reid hasn’t won anything without Patrick Mahomes.

    An NFC Championship…

  6. 90% of his career was spent without Mahomes, and he molded QBs like Favre, McNabb. He also made a lot of middle of the road passers look like MVPs. Not to mention turning Vick’s career (as well as his life) around, I’d say he’s done plenty of good before PMII came along.

  7. andyreidsmustache says:
    January 30, 2023 at 11:42 am
    90% of his career was spent without Mahomes, and he molded QBs like Favre, McNabb. He also made a lot of middle of the road passers look like MVPs. Not to mention turning Vick’s career (as well as his life) around, I’d say he’s done plenty of good before PMII came along.


    Also a really good coaching tree. Sean McDermott, John Harbaugh are on it. I think Doug Pederson is on it too.

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