Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid can join some extremely rare company in 2022.

According to Jack Andrade, a senior researcher for NFL.com, Reid can join a list that has only three other names on it if the Chiefs go at least 9-7-1 this upcoming season.

If Kansas City finishes at least 9-7-1, it will mean that Reid is only the fourth coach to be 100 games over .500 as an NFL head coach. He would join Bill Belichick, Don Shula, and George Halas on that very short list.

From NFL.com:

Across the AFC, Chiefs head coach Andy Reid sports a 233-135-1 career record in the regular season. If the Chiefs finish 9-7-1 or better in 2022, Reid will join Shula, Halas and Belichick in the elusive group of coaches who are at least 100 games over .500 in their NFL head-coaching careers.

Nov 14, 2021; Paradise, Nevada, USA; Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid celebrates the victory against the Las Vegas Raiders at Allegiant Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

Reid has only had three losing seasons in his career as a head coach (which dates back to 1999). All three of Reid’s losing seasons came while he was the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles. His worst season so far with the Chiefs has been a 9-7 season in 2014 (his second season in Kansas City).

It’s hard to see Reid going through another losing season as an NFL head coach. He’s already 64 years old, so he probably doesn’t have a lot of years left.

It’s likely that Patrick Mahomes (barring injury) will be the last starting quarterback that Reid coaches. And there’s certainly no way we expect Mahomes, arguably the best quarterback in the NFL, to have a losing season at any point in his career.

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