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Reid looks to win his first playoff game with the Chiefs

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By Anthony Caruso III
Posted: January 4th, 2014 at 4:47 pm EST

For nearly a decade, Andy Reid coached the Philadelphia Eagles to the playoffs.

He had a 10-9 record in those playoff games. Yet, today, Reid will be looking for his first playoff win as the Kansas City Chiefs head coach.

The Chiefs are presently playing the Indianapolis Colts on NBC.

In Reid’s last two playoff games with the Eagles, the Eagles lost in the Wild Card round. And right now, Reid is looking to snap a streak of being 0-2 in his last two playoff games.

Reid’s Eagles teams lost to the Green Bay Packers in the Wild Card game in January 2011, losing 21-16. The Packers would then go on to win the Super Bowl that year.

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Andy Reid (Getty Images)

In 2009, the Eagles faced arch rival, the Dallas Cowboys, in the Wild Card game in January 2010. The Eagles would lose this game, 34-14.

Reid’s last playoff wins came in January 2009. The Eagles were a Wild Card time, then beat the Minnesota Vikings, 26-14. The following week, they would defeat the New York Giants, 23-11.

The Eagles would then lose to the Arizona Cardinals in the NFC Conference Championship game. The Cardinals defeated the Eagles, 32-25, to advance to Super Bowl XLIII, before losing to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Reid was 1-4 in NFC Championship games with the Eagles. In 2004, the Eagles were able to beat the Atlanta Falcons in the NFC Championship game, before losing to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XXXIX in Jacksonville, Florida.


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