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The Andy Reid Bowl

The Philadelphia Eagles are set to face the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl 57 in Glendale, Arizona. The two teams excelled in the regular season, granting them the #1 seeds in their respective conferences and allowing them to have home-field advantage throughout the NFL postseason, thus propelling them to face each other to crown a world champion for the 2022 season.

Andy Reid, head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs, who won a Super Bowl with them back in the 2019 season against the San Francisco 49ers, will be attempting to take the team to its second Super Bowl victory in four years. 

Before he was hired as the head coach for the Chiefs back in 2013, Reid was the head coach for none other than the Philadelphia Eagles from 1999 through the 2012 season. He was fired after the team finished 4-12 in that season, which was the worst regular-season record that the head coach had with the organization. 

Was this a mistake by the Eagles to let him go after so many years? The current Chiefs head coach went on to have a very successful stint, one that is still going, leading the team to the playoffs eight times in his first nine seasons and now nine times in his first ten, including this season. 

Reid's accolades stretch much farther than just wins and losses, along with the playoff runs and the Super Bowl victory for the 2019 season. The long-time head coach led many players to successful careers as well as created a stamp on the league to etch his name into history. Reid is the only head coach to take two different teams to the conference championship game four years in a row. 

Thus making this Super Bowl all the more personal for the Chiefs' head coach. Not only was Reid the winningest head coach in Philadelphia Eagles history with a total of 140 wins, but he is one win away from tying longtime Chiefs head coach Hank Stram for the most wins in franchise history at 129. Do you think this game matters at all to Andy Reid? Well, maybe just a little bit.

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