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The Tennessee Titans never lost to Andy Reid when he was the coach of the Philadelphia Eagles. Can they continue the streak this Sunday when the Kansas City Chiefs come to The Woodshed?

Jamie Squire

Andy Reid has a 132-93 record as a head coach in the NFL.  That is good for a .587 win percentage.  His percentage against the Titans is not nearly as good- 0 wins in 4 tries.

The first time a Reid-led Eagles team faced the Titans was December 3, 2000.  The Titans were the best team in the league that year and won that late-season contest 15-13 on a 50-yard field goal from Al Del Greco in the 4th quarter.  That was Del Greco's 5th field goal of the day.

The second game took place at Adelphia Coliseum (those were the days) on September 8th, 2002.  The Titans also won that game in the 4th quarter when Eddie George ran into the end zone from 2 yards out.  It was Eddie's 2nd touchdown of the day (the first was on a 14-yard pass from Steve McNair).  The final was 27-24.

The next game took place on November 19, 2006.  The Titans rolled the Eagles 31-13 that day.  Vince Young threw a touchdown to Ben Troupe in that game.  That ball is worth a lot of money because Troupe touchdown footballs are hard to find.

The most recent match-up took place on October 24, 2010.  You will remember that as the Kenny Britt game.  He had 7 catches for 225 yards and 3 touchdowns that day in a 37-19 win, and that was after he sat out the first quarter for his role in a bar fight earlier the previous week.

None of these games have any relevance to this match-up, but I was just sitting around tonight wondering how the Titans had done against Reid.

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