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Chiefs HC Andy Reid Ranks in Top Ten of NFL's Coach Power Rankings ranked every coach in the league

070115-AndyReid-ia.jpg analyst Elliot Harrison ranked every coach in the National Football league Wednesday morning, and Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid ranked 10th on the list of 32.

"One of the most veteran head coaches on our list, Reid has the skins on the wall to make the top 10. He led the Eagles to four straight NFC title games in the early 2000s and a fifth in 2008," Harrison wrote. "With the defense healthier and receiver Jeremy Maclin now on board, the Chiefs could win the AFC West in 2015."

2013, Reid's first year with the Chiefs, marked the biggest turnaround in the franchise's history, as Reid helped improve the team from a 2-14 regular season record in 2012 to 11-5 in 2013.

In his two seasons, the team has combined for a 20-12 regular season record along with one playoff appearance.

Jack Del Rio of the Raiders (26th), Mike McCoy of the Chargers (22nd) and Gary Kubiak of the Broncos (20th) all finished lower than Reid, making him the highest-ranked AFC West head coach on the list.

Read the full piece by Harrison here.

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