KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Throughout his career, Andy Reid has posted a historically great record when his teams come off bye weeks.
Since beginning his head coaching career with the Philadelphia Eagles in 1999, Reid is an incredible 20-3 in games after a bye week.
Two of the losses came with the Kansas City Chiefs, which he joined in 2013.
An extra week’s worth of rest and preparation has shown to be a massive advantage for Reid who will lead the Chiefs against a worthy adversary on Sunday Night Football when the Tennessee Titans come to town.
Including the postseason, Reid is a bleak 2-9 in his career against Tennessee, with both of his wins coming during his tenure with Kansas City.
Last season, the Titans routed the the Chiefs 27-3, but followed it up with an eight-game winning streak.
The Chiefs host the Titans on Sunday Night Football at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium.