Kansas City Chiefs: O.C. Eric Bieniemy Lands Head Coaching Job
Hopefully, as far as a timeline goes, this one happens last among these four predictions, long after the other three come to fruition. That would mean, of course, that the Kansas City Chiefs won a second consecutive Super Bowl championship before offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy takes over as new head coach of another organization.
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Or this one.
Look, what more would Andy Reid have to prove if the Chiefs won the Super Bowl this upcoming season? Before winning the title last season, he was a near-lock for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. After winning it? He’s a lock. If he wins again?
Point is, it’s going to be an interesting situation in Kansas City once the 2020 season plays out, regardless of whether the Chiefs successfully defend their title. If it looks like Bieniemy is going to be lured away–which he should be–what will the Chiefs do? I could certainly see Reid retiring and handing off the baton, but I could also see the Chiefs naming Bieniemy head-coach-in-waiting.
Most likely, though, this is Bieniemy’s last year in Kansas City. A lot of teams would be lucky to have him, including, just off the top of my head, the Jets, Bengals, Falcons, Jaguars, or Lions.
And it would be great for Kansas City, too, for another underling to take charge of a different team.
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, after all.