Former Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid joined Mike Greenberg and Mike Golic Tuesday morning to talk about his 9-0 Kansas City Chiefs.

The Chiefs are the last undefeated team left in the league at 9-0, one season removed from having the worst record in the NFL.

"We have no time to look forward. All that stuff down the road, I can't control that," Reid said in reference to the Chiefs Super Bowl chances.

Reid was with the Eagles for more than 14 seasons before both parties agreed to mutually part ways in favor of a fresh start.

"This is the NFL, changes happen, I felt that about Philadelphia," Reid said.

The former Eagles coach now leads an undefeated team at 9-09 with a strong, game changing defense along with a big play running back in Jamaal Charles.

Reid also has a quarterback in Alex Smith that isn't known for making Donovan McNabb or Mike Vick type throws.

Reid later told Pro Football Talk that calling Smith a 'game manager' is a compliment because every great QB is a game manager of sorts.

Reid and the Chiefs have a bye this week getting set for a big Sunday Night Football matchup against the 7-1 Denver Broncos who will be without their head coach John Fox for several weeks for a heart issue.

The Chiefs and Broncos will play their two divisional games in three weeks starting in Week 10.

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