If there's a team with something to prove this weekend, it's the Chiefs.
The Patriots? They've been to eight Super Bowls, winning five in the Tom Brady/Bill Belichick era. The Saints? Sean Payton and Drew Brees have only gotten to the Super Bowl once, but they did win it 2009. As for the Rams, Sean McVay is only 32 and is in just his second season as head coach. He's still got plenty of time left to build his legacy.
But at 60, and 20 years into his otherwise exemplary career, Kansas City's Andy Reid is missing that one thing that sets coaches apart from their peers -- a Super Bowl victory.