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It will be a home coming of sort for Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Ried as he leads his side into battle in the third week of the NFL season, facing the Philadelphia Eagles.
After spending 14 seasons as the off-field mentor of the Eagles, the ground and the game will feel more at home for Reid than many of the players wearing Philly green.
With 130 regular-season wins, six NFC East titles, nine playoff appearances, five NFC Championship Games, one glorious Super Bowl run, Reid nearly did it all in his time at the Eagles.
Except win the Vince Lombardi Trophy.
It is because of that, and the passionate Philadelphia fans, that Reid knows he will be walking into a friendly yet at the same time hostile reception as the Eagles fans are set to acknowledge his contribution to the franchise, but realise that he is now the enemy.
“The main thing I wanted out of it was those players and that organisation, the city included, to have a good head coach,” Reid said.
“I don’t want anybody to suffer because the head coach got fired.
“I think Chip Kelly is a good head coach. I think it was a great pick. It gives the players an opportunity to win games. It gives the city an opportunity to win games. It gives Jeffrey and the organization a chance to win games. That’s what’s more important.”
The Chiefs have started this season well with two wins in the first fortnight, with the side defeating a lacklustre Jacksonville team 28-2 before just pipping the Cowboys 17-16.
Philadelphia also got off to a fast start this year with a 33-27 win over Robert Griffin III and the Washington Redskins.
However, Michael Vick and the side will be looking too get back on track after they fell to the San Diego Chargers in a thriller last weekend, 33-30.