Andy Reid does NOT require a 2nd Super Bowl title this weekend to seal his ultimate location in Canton … so says ex-NFL head coach Brad Childress, who informs TMZ Sports the Chiefs honcho is currently a Hall of Fame lock.
Reid’s resume is ultra-impressive — he’s been a head coach for 24 seasons and has actually accumulated an incredible 247 wins to simply 138 losses … however, some have actually questioned if dropping his Super Bowl record to 1-3 Sunday might in some way hold him back from ultimate enshrinement in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Childress, however, informed us today there’s no possibility that takes place … even if the 64-year-old loses to the Philadelphia Eagles in Arizona.
“He’s already a Hall of Fame guy,” Childress stated. “All [a win] does is put some sprinkles on top of the sundae.”
In reality, Childress — who coached for many years as an assistant on numerous of Reid’s personnels — stated he thinks the K.C. head guy currently has a case to be on the Mt. Rushmore of all-time NFL coaches.
“His professional career is second to none,” Childress stated.
As for if this might perhaps be the ending of Reid’s profession — there’s been speculation he might pick to ride off into the sundown with a win — Childress stated there’s definitely an opportunity … though not likely.
Why?? Watch the clip — Childress thinks it has a lot to do with Patrick Mahomes.