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View Poll Results: Is Andy Reid a good hire for KC???

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    Chiefs and Andy Reid Reach Agreement

    The Kansas City Chiefs are on the verge of a deal to make Andy Reid their next head coach, according to league sources.

    There still are minor details to work out but after nine hours of meetings Wednesday, one source involved in the talks said "the major issues have been discussed and agreed upon."

    By the end of the day, the expectation amongst the parties in attendance was that a deal would be wrapped up.
    One assistant coach aligned with Reid even texted Thursday morning that he is going to Kansas City, not Arizona.

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    If this happens, it's a great move for the Chiefs.
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    Would be a great hire by the Chiefs. I could see why Reid would prefer KC to Arizona, having to deal with SF, Seattle, and the up and coming Rams for the next decade in the suddenly very tough NFC West. Over in the AFC West, he'd have to deal with Peyton for a couple more years and the two bumbling organizations in San Diego and Oakland. He's got better chance to succeed quicker in a a great football town in KC than Arizona IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent33 View Post
    Would be a great hire by the Chiefs. I could see why Reid would prefer KC to Arizona, having to deal with SF, Seattle, and the up and coming Rams for the next decade in the suddenly very tough NFC West. Over in the AFC West, he'd have to deal with Peyton for a couple more years and the two bumbling organizations in San Diego and Oakland. He's got better chance to succeed quicker in a a great football town in KC than Arizona IMO.
    couldn't have said it better

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    My guess is Reed wants to take a QB with the top pick, sort of like what he did with McNabb


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    Yup cue all the Mcnabb/Geno Smith comparisons now. I like this better because he's in the AFC now ...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Vincent33 View Post
    Would be a great hire by the Chiefs. I could see why Reid would prefer KC to Arizona, having to deal with SF, Seattle, and the up and coming Rams for the next decade in the suddenly very tough NFC West. Over in the AFC West, he'd have to deal with Peyton for a couple more years and the two bumbling organizations in San Diego and Oakland. He's got better chance to succeed quicker in a a great football town in KC than Arizona IMO.
    Less about that, more about organizational control. He'll have more of it in KC than he could have gotten in Arizona or probably even San Diego.

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    Great to place for him to go


    He's got great pieces in KC. Much easier to coach a noob qb with an already good offensive line then it is to coach a potential good qb with an offensive line that is in shambles.....plus lets not mention the rb he has in KC compared to in Zona lol

    (Insert 2012 eagles jokes here)

    Plus to mention Oakland Denver San Diego seems easier then San Fran Seattle STL

    I'll take my chances in KC ESP since Andy will demand full team and all team operations

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    a much better choice than arizona for reid, and a smart higher for KC. good move all around if it gets done
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    better bbq in kc then arizona

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    Maybe Andy Reid wanted out of the NFC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinstripe power View Post
    a much better choice than arizona for reid, and a smart higher for KC. good move all around if it gets done

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