Andy Reid hopes if Eric Bieniemy leaves he will 'run show' elsewhere

In Phoenix If Eric Bieniemy is leaving the Kansas City Chiefs, he certainly left them with a lot to be grateful for.

During the second half of Super Bowl LVII, the Chiefs' longstanding offensive coordinator helped plan an offence that saw them score

touchdowns on their first three drives before failing to do so on their fourth and final one only because they were setting up for the game-winning field goal.

The Chiefs eventually overcame a 10-point hole at the half to defeat the Philadelphia Eagles 38-35 and win their second Super Bowl in four years.

After 10 seasons as a Chiefs assistant, the last five as the coordinator, Bieniemy is a candidate for other offensive

coordinator jobs throughout the NFL and may be moving on. Coach Andy Reid of the Kansas City Chiefs remarked,

Eric Bieniemy has been fantastic for us and, in my opinion, fantastic for the National Football League.

I'm hoping he gets the chance to go somewhere and do his thing where he can be Eric Bieniemy and rule the show.

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