Career record: 233-135-1 (.633) | Playoffs: 19-16 (1-2 in Super Bowls) Almost 25 years into the job, Reid still isn’t immune to clock miscues or slow starts, and his post-Philadelphia renaissance certainly has something to do with Patrick Mahomes. But he always gets the best out of his QBs, and that’s never been more apparent than with No. 15, whose backyard style blends perfectly with Reid’s fancy for trickery. He could stand to put the pedal to the metal earlier (both in games and on the schedule), but it’s astounding how unfazed his entire team has become as he’s extended his stay in K.C. Even while churning out coveted assistants, Reid oversees machine-like production both on the stat sheet and the win column, logging at least 11 wins in seven of his last nine seasons. Everyone wants to score at will, let alone host annual home playoff games, and until Big Red’s teams stop doing that, it’s hard to crown anyone else.