What would another Super Bowl win mean for Andy Reid?
Andy Reid is already a Hall of Fame head coach. He currently ranks fourth in all-time regular season wins for a head coach behind only Don Shula, George Halas, and Bill Belichick. He trails only Belichick in career postseason wins. For years, the only thing missing from Reid's resume was Super Bowl wins, but with two wins now already in his pocket, he's already tied with NFL legends like Shula, Tom Landry, and Bill Parcells.
Another Super Bowl win would move Andy Reid into a three-way tie for the third most Super Bowl wins in NFL history with Joe Gibbs and Bill Walsh. Only Chuck Noll (4) and Bill Belichick (6) would have more. So if Reid can win one more Super Bowl, the only other coach in NFL history with his success in both the regular season and postseason would be Bill Belichick. Nobody else comes close to their overall long-term success. He'd have more postseason and Super Bowl titles than Shula and Halas and much more prolonged regular-season success than guys like Noll, Gibbs, and Walsh.
Andy Reid is already a coaching legend, but another Super Bowl would just make his place on the Mount Rushmore of NFL coaches that much more secure. Frankly, with another Super Bowl win the only other head coach with a stronger claim to be the best coach of all time would be Bill Belichick—essentially making Andy Reid the second-best coach in the history of the NFL.
Speaking of the best of all time, we also need to talk about what another Super Bowl would mean for Patrick Lavon Mahomes II.
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