Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid first to win 100 NFL games with two teams

In the Chiefs' victory over the Eagles, Patrick Mahomes throws three touchdown passes to Tyreek Hills. (1:48).
PHILADELPHIA -- Andy Reid returned to the place where it started to enter the NFL record books on Sunday.

Reid was the first coach to win 100 consecutive games with two teams, not counting the playoffs. His 100th win was with the Kansas City Chiefs when they defeated his former team, The Philadelphia Eagles, 42-23. From 1999 to 2012, Reid was the Eagles' coach and won 140 games. After leaving the Eagles, Reid moved to Kansas City where he is now a coach. His record in Kansas City is 100-45 over eight seasons and four in 2021.

Reid was admitted to hospital early last week following a late Los Angeles Chargers loss that left him feeling sick. Later, Reid was released and returned to his office on Tuesday.