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I can watch this on loop over and over again and not get tired of it. Andy Reid as Kool-Aid man busting through a brick wall into the Kansas City Chiefs’ locker room. GIF perfection right there. Fantastic work by LSU Freek making that
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The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Houston Texans on Sunday to extend their record to 7-0, leaving them as the only remaining undefeated team in the NFL, and Chiefs head coach Andy Reid seemed particularly excited as he ran into the team locker room after the game.
It must have been something about the way Reid ran into the locker room combined with the bright red shirt he...
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- By late Sunday night, after the Colts had put away the Broncos, the Chiefs became the lone unbeaten team left in the NFL.
But Chiefs coach Andy Reid didn't exactly race home from Arrowhead Stadium to watch what had been the NFL's other unbeaten team, the Broncos, fall to 6-1.
"I only saw a bit of it," Reid said Monday. "By the time we...
Andy Reid looks like a lot of things but he definitely looks like a walrus, too. And when you’ve just beaten the Houston Texans 17-16 to extend your record to 7-0 – including a sugary sweet victory over your former team – you’d be happy enough to do a little happy dance, too. It’s not quite as smooth as this guy but that walrus isn’t a 7-0 party animal so suck it, walrus.
Andy Reid celebrates on down in the locker room following the Kansas City Chiefs' win over the Houston Texans.
It’s only Monday, but I can say quite confidently that this is the best GIF you will see all week. Andy Reid, coach of the 7-0 Kansas City Chiefs, is the Kool-Aid Man, and a fantastic one at that.
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The Kansas City Chiefs kept their undefeated season intact after Sunday’s 17-16 victory over the Houston Texans, and now sit atop the AFC West after Denver’s loss to Indianapolis. Andy Reid, the team’s first year head coach, was clearly a happy man, breaking out a little dance for his boys in the locker room after the game.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Chiefs coach Andy Reid stepped to the podium Wednesday and, as usual, was about to begin his news conference by delivering a quick run-through of the injury report.
Then he stopped himself. He looked at his notes. He shrugged.
"We don't really have any injuries," he said. "Everybody's going to practice today."
Of course. That&...