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Rolling the Dice - Andy Reid's history against the KC Chiefs 2013 opponents.

John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports

From the FanPosts -Joel

Greetings Arrowhead Pride and thanks for clicking the link. I had a lot of fun with my last FanPost ("Suit Up" Arrowhead Pride) and wanted to stay with a "Las Vegas" theme for another go-around. Instead of creating a opinion based FanPost, I decided to attempt to write about something that I can put numbers behind.

For this FanPost I looked at Andy Reid's record against teams since 1999 (his first year in Philadelphia). During his tenure in Philadelphia the Eagles had a win/loss record of 103-93 (.585). Andy Reid led his team to five NFC Championship games (1-4) and a single Superbowl appearance (0-1). Now before going forward keep in mind that Andy Reid does comes from the NFC East and therefore has a small sample size for AFC teams, but does tout a great deal of experience against three of the four NFC East teams that we will be facing in 2013.

I will also make a prediction based on the data below. I will award KC a win for each contest where Andy Reid has a winning record against the team, a loss when he has a loosing record against the team and a tie if he has a .500 record against the team. Lets take a look and see what the data shows and see if I can get some insight before I head out and make some bets and begin rolling dice downtown:

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Week 1: Jacksonville Jaguars (Away)
1 Win & 2 Losses = L

Week 2: Dallas Cowboys
17 Wins & 11 Losses = W

Week 3: Philadelphia Eagles (Away)
Teams coached by Andy Reid have NEVER lost to the Philadelphia Eagles. = W (Andy Reid knows this team better than anyone else, I am giving them the W)

Week 4: New York Giants
15 Wins: 13 Losses = W

Week 5: Tennessee Titans (Away)
0 Wins & 4 Losses = L

Week 6: Oakland Raiders
1 Win & 2 Losses = L

Week 7: Houston Texans
3 Wins & 0 Losses = W

Week 8: Cleveland Browns
4 Wins & 0 Losses = W

Week 9: Buffalo Bills (Away)
2 Wins & 2 Losses = T

Week 10: BYE
Teams coached by Andy Reid have NEVER lost during their BYE week. = W (OK, I won't count it but I should and you know it!)

Week 11: Denver Broncos (Away)
1 Win & 1 Loss = T

Week 12: San Diego Chargers
2 Wins & 1 Loss = W

Week 13: Denver Broncos
1 Win & 1 Loss = T

Week 14: Washington Redskins (Away)
17 Wins & 11 Losses = W

Week 15: Oakland Raiders (Away)
1 Win & 2 Losses = L

Week 16: Indianapolis Colts
1 Win & 2 Losses = L

Week 17: San Diego Chargers (Away)
2 Wins & 1 Loss = W

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If we were to believe that this data compiled over 14 years while coaching a completely different team means anything at all, we come to the following; the KC Chiefs 2013 record will be 8-5 w/ 3 Ties. Home Record: 5-2 w/ 1 Tie and Away Record 3-3 w/ 2 Ties.

Now, Arrowhead Pride, I give you the option of taking my staggering findings and rushing with me to the local casino to place bets that KC finishes at .500 or you could take a look at one final data point based on Andy Reid's record as a Head Coach in the NFL.

Andy Reid has also NEVER lost at Arrowhead Stadium. This means our Home Record changes to 8-0 (from 5-2 w/ 1 Tie) . This would give KC a final record of 11-3 w/ 2 Ties.

Make your play Arrowhead Pride, time to roll the dice.

This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Arrowhead Pride's writers or editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of Arrowhead Pride writers or editors.

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