The Kansas City Chiefs haven't had a good leader since Dick Vermeil cried his way out of this cowtown. Herm Edwards may have played to win the game, but his record showed more L's than W's. Todd Haley wouldn't shave, made the playoffs in 2010 (getting bounced by Baltimore), but he couldn't produce a consistent winner. Romeo Crennel may have been a players' coach, but he couldn't win either. Enter a new regime and ex-Philadelphia Eagles coach Andy Reid (and new general manager John Dorsey). So far, so good for the walrus-mustached mastermind. His defense has played scrappy. His offense is efficient enough to win. And Chiefs fans are dreaming of the postseason.