The Kansas City Cheifs are making some changes in how they manage and call a game.

Chiefs head coach Andy Reid will be giving up play-calling duties to offensive coordinator Matt Nagy for Sunday’s game against the New York Jets, according to a report from ESPN.

The Chiefs enter Sunday having lost five of six games after a 5-0 start and with a lot of questions regarding the offense and the quarterback position, which has seen Alex Smith come under heavy criticism as of late.

Reid will continue to have strong oversight during the game and this is not the first time that Reid has turned over play-calling duties.

Reid did so with Brad Childress in Philadelphia and with Doug Pederson in Kansas City.