Sport Andy Reid's first Super Bowl celebration included his wife, cheeseburgers and Pitbull

19:16  03 february  2020
19:16  03 february  2020 Source:   sportingnews.com

Andy Reid can shed "choker" label with Super Bowl win

  Andy Reid can shed Andy Reid can shed "choker" label with Super Bowl winReid’s Kansas City Chiefs brought an end to a 50-year streak between Super Bowl appearances (we’re talking 800 games between regular season and postseason) with a 35-24 win against the Tennessee Titans in the AFC Championship Game. For Reid, 61, it ranks as no worse than the second biggest win in a head coaching career that began in 1999.

Andy Reid won his first Super Bowl in his illustrious 21-year head coaching career, and he' s celebrating accordingly. The Kansas City Chiefs' leading man said he was planning to toast the big win with "the biggest cheeseburger you've ever seen." During his press conference Monday morning, Big

Andy Reid has a well-deserved appetite after winning Super Bowl LIV, and the diet he said he was going on ahead of the game in Miami appears to be Entering the sport' s biggest stage, Reid had won the most playoff games of any NFL head coach to never win a Super Bowl . He' s been a head coach


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That word can best sum up the unrelenting Chiefs offense, and now Andy Reid can add it to his vocabulary thanks to a somewhat unexpected turn of his Super Bowl celebration.

Reid finally captured a Super Bowl win after a decades-long odyssey, and the Chiefs did it in style with a 31-20 comeback victory in Miami. This calls for celebration of the highest order, and Reid did it in signature Reid style.

Anyone who's followed Reid's career knows the only the he may love more than football is cheeseburgers, and it didn't take long for the noted and admitted lover of juicy, all-beef patties to reveal part of his celebration plan following the win to the Fox post-game squad: Burger time.

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MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- Andy Reid plans to celebrate the first Super Bowl title of his Hall of Fame-caliber coaching career in the most Andy Reid Reid ’ s love of burgers and other greasy delicacies was the source of endless jokes during the leadup to Super Bowl LIV. But his players took the task of

– Andy Reid finally did it. After 21 years as a head coach, after 14 years of heartache with the Eagles, other close calls with the Chiefs, and a life devoted to football, Reid won his first Super Bowl as the top guy when Kansas City mounted a dramatic comeback to topple the pesky 49ers, 31-20, Sunday

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It also wouldn't be Reid if the noted family man didn't celebrate alongside his wife, Tammy, too. Reid reveled in the victory with his wife on the Hard Rock Stadium field following the win, but decided to spend the whole night with her. (Get your mind out of the gutter, folks.)

Gritty dresses up as Andy Reid, picks Kansas City Chiefs to win Super Bowl

  Gritty dresses up as Andy Reid, picks Kansas City Chiefs to win Super Bowl Philadelphia sports fans are split over whether they should support former Eagles coach and current Chiefs coach Andy Reid in Super Bowl LIV against Kansas City and the San Francisco 49ers. Sign up for our Newsletters But one Philadelphian has no such confusion. Gritty – the Philadelphia Flyers flamboyant mascot -- made his preference clear as day at Saturday night's Flyers game against the Avalanche. His Grittness donned a Hawaiian shirt and a mustache, grabbed a playbook and danced around the Wells Fargo Center dressed as Reid. It was absolutely glorious.There were plenty of great fan photos, too.

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. -- Andy Reid is now a Super Bowl champion and Philadelpia is paying tribute. Reid , who coached the Philadelphia Eagles for 13 seasons prior to coming to Kansas City, hoisted the Lombardi trophy above his head Sunday night when the Kansas City Chiefs beat the San Francisco

The Super Bowl is a windfall for both the N.F.L. and for the corporations who burn wagons full of money on commercials. The actual game was a win for the Kansas City Chiefs over the San Francisco 49ers, 31-20, with a comeback that included three touchdowns in the final quarter.

While both cheeseburgers and his wife make Andy Reid who he is, Miami wouldn't be what it is without Pitbull — colloquially known as Mr. 305 (or is it Mr. Worldwide now?) — and the singer/songwriter somehow made his way into the Super Bowl annals even after not having played the epic halftime show.

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Patrick Mahomes et al. in uniform: Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (15) hoist the Vince Lombardi Trophy after defeating the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV at Hard Rock Stadium.

Pitbull & Blake Shelton Join Forces for Countrified Dance Song 'Get Ready' .
Pitbull and Blake Shelton have joined forces for “Get Ready,” which also marks their rendition of Ram Jam’s 1977 hit “Black Betty.”   © Courtesy Photo Pitbull Get Ready Blake Shelton For Pitbull, this collaboration makes a big statement. “This to me is like when Run-DMC and Aerosmith did ‘Walk This Way,’” he said in a behind-the-scenes video. Shelton also expressed how honored he was to be making music with the Cuban-American star.“Get Ready” is a countrified pop-dance tune that perfectly fused both artist’s musical styles and cultures with a music video that taps the best of both worlds.

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