Chiefs’ Andy Reid sends scary message to NFL rivals
The NFL has been put on notice with the latest comments by Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid. Reid said that he felt the Chiefs didn’t come close to as good as they could be last season, even though they won the Super Bowl.
Andy Reid says he doesn’t believe the #Chiefs came near what they could be last year — a year in which they won the Super Bowl.
— Pete Sweeney (@pgsween) May 1, 2020
The Chiefs were one of the most impressive teams in NFL history last season, so the fact Reid thinks they will be better is a big problem for the rest of the league. The Chiefs finished the regular season 12-4 and although the playoffs weren’t a breeze, they were still able to win a Super Bowl.
The Chiefs’ expectations are clear heading into the 2020 season: they want to win another Super Bowl. Andy Reid has been spending a lot of time in his basement as he prepares for this season.
“I wish I could take you on a virtual tour of this thing,” Reid said via Adam Teicher of ESPN. “It’s kind of classic. I’m sitting in my basement, literally. I’ve got an arc trainer sitting here in case I want to jump on that to get a little exercise. I’ve got my monitor set up, along with my computer, my iPad right next to that. And I’ve got one of my wife’s antique tables here, a little coffee table that I’m using to throw everything on. But I’m in the basement, yeah.
Offseason programs are being cut this offseason or done virtually but the Chiefs are in a good spot because almost all of their starters from last season are back.