Realistic Best- and Worst-Case Scenarios for Andy Reid's First Year with Chiefs

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Realistic Best- and Worst-Case Scenarios for Andy Reid's First Year with Chiefs
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Andy Reid is reportedly the next head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs.

According to Adam Schefter of ESPN.com:

This is not surprising, because Reid was among the most appealing coaches available, and the Chiefs needed a more proven head coach than their past couple leading men.

Having led the Philadelphia Eagles to five NFC Championship Games during his tenure, Reid now takes over a Kansas City team that only qualified for the postseason three times in that same time span. Finishing 2012 with an abysmal 2-14 record, the Chiefs don't have anywhere to go but up.

As for Reid, consider Kansas City a great starting point for a fresh start. There's no pressure, and the rebuilding process can now begin.

The end result of what to expect for the 2013 season gives way to best- and worst-case scenarios for Reid come next fall.

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