KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Chiefs 33-31 win over the Carolina Panthers marked 230 career wins for head coach Andy Reid.
Big Red's resume for Canton 📈 pic.twitter.com/1IemHH406d— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) November 8, 2020
The Chiefs win over the Jets on Nov. 1 allowed Reid to tie Curley Lambeau with 229 career wins. He now solely stands at fifth for NFL coaches with most career wins, which includes postseason games.
Reid was asked about his latest accomplishment on Monday during a press briefing.
“I saw it come up when I was watching the game last night (Sunday),” Reid said, “Pretty amazing deal but lucky, lucky, lucky to have been around as many great players and coaches that I have been.”
The four coaches ahead of Reid are:
- Don Shula – 347
- George Halas – 324
- Bill Belichick – 306
- Tom Landry – 270
Reid, 62, needs 40 more wins to tie Tom Landry for fourth all-time in NFL history.
“There's not one guy that does all that. It's everybody pulling together to get it done and I've had a chance to work for a couple great organizations, too.” Reid said.
Now Reid is ready for the next task ahead — preparing for the Las Vegas Raiders game on Nov. 22. The team responsible for the Chiefs only loss.
“I'm sure there'll be a time down the road when you can look back at it and see, you know, think about a little bit more but right now, Raiders.”