Andy Reid proud of Chiefs working ‘their tail off’ ahead of 2020 NFL seasonBy Ryan Ward
The Kansas City Chiefs are coming off their best season in franchise history. The storied franchise finally won an elusive Super Bowl. As a result, Andy Reid lost the tag of being a great coach that has never won anything.
With the Chiefs celebrating such an incredible year, Reid was worried about a certain kind of laziness carrying over in 2020. But that has been far from the case, according to the veteran head coach via Pro Football Talk.
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“You always worry about guys celebrating and coaches celebrating and all this, well there wasn’t a whole lot of celebrating going on because we were confined to our homes,” Reid said. “The thing I can go off of now is just the way the guys have worked and they’ve worked their tail off. I’m proud of them for that. They came back with a great attitude. I think everybody — probably around the league this is true, but everybody is just so glad to get back playing. There’s a great energy.”
As expected, the Chiefs will be the team to beat in the NFL heading into the 2020 season. The team is relatively intact from their Super Bowl run with a lot of their big-name players, namely Patrick Mahomes, Chris Jones and Travis Kelce, signed to lucrative long-term deals.
The Chiefs could be a dangerous team once again with no contract issues and everyone on the same page. Kansas City may very well be a strong candidate to repeat as Super Bowl champions in 2020.