Andy Reid’s Super Bowl Record: Chiefs Head Coach Etching His Name In History Books

Chiefs head coach Andy Reid has competed in multiple Super Bowls. Find out what his record is and how many Lombardi Trophies he has lifted.

Andy Reid has had an unbelievable head coaching career in the NFL, making multiple Super Bowls over his long tenure. Lifting a Lombardi Trophy is the ultimate goal, and the Kansas City Chiefs head coach has been fortunate enough to do it more than once.

As head coach of the Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles beforehand, how many Super Bowls has Reid won in his career?

How Many Super Bowls Has Andy Reid Won?

Reid will go down as one of the finest head coaches to have graced the NFL. However, plenty of good coaches have toiled in the league and don’t have any rings to show for it. Luckily for the Chiefs HC, he has been able to win when it matters, and he now has added another Lombardi.

Appearing in five Super Bowls as a head coach, Reid now has a record of 3-2 when playing for a Lombardi Trophy. Reid also has an additional ring from his time as an assistant coach of the Green Bay Packers during their 1997 title-winning season.

Reid’s first shot at a championship as a head coach came in 2004 when he was in charge of the Eagles. The game was close, but Reid and Philly fell short, 24-21, against the New England Patriots. There would then be an extended wait for Reid to appear in another Super Bowl.

Leaving the Eagles to join the Chiefs at the end of his contract in 2013, Reid had a long road to travel to return to the big game. He had to wait until 2019, but his patience paid off.

Reid’s Super Bowls With the Chiefs

Kansas City beat the San Francisco 49ers, 31-20, in Super Bowl LIV, enabling Reid and his superstar QB Patrick Mahomes to hoist their first Lombardi Trophy.

The game was close, with the Chiefs and 49ers tied 10-10 at the half. However, the second half was a tale of two quarters. The 49ers scored 10 points in the third quarter, only for the Chiefs to respond with 21 unanswered points in the final 15 minutes to secure the victory.

A year later, Reid and the Chiefs would return to the big game to play Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV. This time, it was a dismal result for Reid, with the Buccaneers dominating the game, 31-9.

The game saw a capitulation of the Chiefs’ offensive line and ushered in an overhaul of Mahomes’ protection going forward.

After losing to the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Championship Game in 2021, the Chiefs returned to the big game in 2022, looking to reclaim their crown.

The Chiefs faced a hot Eagles team in Super Bowl LVII, which pitted Reid against his former team. The game was a close affair, but the Chiefs edged out their NFC opponent, 38-35, closing out the victory with 17 fourth-quarter points.

When asked how he celebrated, Reid hilariously replied, “Had a cheeseburger and went to bed.”

There’s no telling if he’s up for another cheeseburger after this latest epic performance. .

Super Bowl 58

Reid, this time, needed overtime to secure his third championship.

His Chiefs were briefly down 10-0. He relied on the arm and composure of Patrick Mahomes to retake the lead at 13-10. Even after the 49ers retook the lead when Brock Purdy hit Jauan Jennings in the end zone, Mahomes still orchestrated a long 11-play drive to tie things up

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Then, Mahomes capped off one last climactic drive by hitting Mecole Hardman with three seconds left in the right corner of the end zone — securing the 25-22 win and now, the Chiefs’ third title since the 2019 season.

There is also speculation circling over whether Reid could retire after Super Bowl 58 after he was non-committal when asked during Super Bowl Media Night earlier in the week.

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