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How has Andy Reid done in two years with the Chiefs?

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It was on January 7, 2013 that the Kansas City Chiefs formally introduced Andy Reid as their new head coach. Today is January 7, 2015 which makes it exactly two years since the Chiefs hired Reid.

In those two years, Reid has gone 11-5 and 9-7 with one playoff appearance (a loss, as you painfully remember). Those 20 wins are the most for any Chiefs coach in his first two seasons.

The biggest change since Andy Reid arrived, at least from 2012, is that the Chiefs aren't the worst team in the league. So that's good. They have been a playoff-contending team in both of Reid's years. He came in with us expecting the offense to see the most growth but it's been the defense that has been one of the best units in the league.

So, how do you think Big Red has done in two years?

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