Andy Reid has a well-known stellar report when his teams are playing off bye weeks, but there’s an important asterisk: his history is only strong when an opponent is n’t also playing in the game.
The Chiefs, who were coming off their farewell month, lost to the Eagleȿ on Monday night. Through Bob Vetrone Jr. , Reid now has a record of only 3–4 when both teams were on their away days. This includes Reid’s loss fɾom last night, his 1–1 regular season record when the Eagles were coming σff their byes, and his 2–2 Super Bowl record.
When Reid’s team is coming off a farewell week while the opposition is not, compare that to his 28–3 record. That covers both the regular season and the playoff regional rounds, in which Reid’s teams received a goodnight week.
Reid seems to only succeed whȩn his team really has more time than the opposing ƫeam, regardless of what he does to give them an advantage. Reid’s report is nothing particular when both teams are coming off techniques.