Post by justanotherbearsfan9 on May 2, 2019 11:32:46 GMT -6
LINK Kansas City Chiefs (2013–2017) On March 28, 2013, new head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs Andy Reid hired Childress as the spread game analyst and special projects coordinator, a position he stayed at for three seasons. On January 18, 2016, he was promoted to co-offensive coordinator with Matt Nagy; during games, Childress worked from a stadium skybox and Nagy on the sidelines. On February 13, 2017, Childress was promoted to assistant head coach. Childress announced his retirement on January 8, 2018, following a wildcard round playoff loss to the Tennessee Titans. insert quote here
It sounds like he and Nagy have a 5-year background working together in this offense that Nagy is trying to install & refine here. Pace has a rock solid coaching staff assembled. It is probably costing them financially (can't call the McCaskeys cheap now). I expect we will see the results of this investment this year - even with the brutal schedule. May not be another 12 win season, but should be a tougher playoff contender than the one-and-done 2018 team.