Andy Reid’s Victory Meal (Fake Meat Was NOT Involved)

FEB 3, 2020

Business Insider – Andy Reid hoisted the Lombardi Trophy for the first time in his 21-year coaching career, and the illustrious head coach is ready to celebrate the best way he knows how.

He’s going to get “the biggest cheeseburger you’ve ever seen.”

After his Kansas City Chiefs secured a come-from-behind victory over the San Francisco 49ers to win Super Bowl LIV, Reid and his quarterback, Patrick Mahomes, sat for a postgame interview and discussed their plans for celebrating their franchise’s first Super Bowl win in 50 years.

With his arm draped around Mahomes, Reid joked about toasting the feat with a special treat, and even suggested he might splurge by making it “a double.”

Reid’s postgame bit played off of comments he made after Kansas City’s AFC Championship victory over the Tennessee Titans two weeks ago.

When asked how he celebrated that time around, Big Red simply responded:

“I had a cheeseburger and went to bed … with my trophy wife.” Read more. 

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Who is Andy Reid’s Wife, Tammy Reid?

February 2, 2020

CheatSheet – Andy Reid is one of the winningest coaches in NFL history with more than 200 victories.

The only other head coach in the league today who has more wins than him is Bill Belichick.

Andy coached the Philadelphia Eagles for 14 seasons where he made winning commonplace in the City of Brotherly Love before he went to the Kansas City Chiefs where he brought enormous success to that franchise.

While Andy’s coaching accomplishments are well documented, some fans are curious about his life off the field and the woman he is married to. Here’s more on his family and his wife, Tammy Reid, including the one name she calls him that no one else does.

Andy met Tammy when they were both students at Brigham Young University in the early ’80s and the two began dating.

Andy’s future wife came from a family of devout Mormons while he “grew up a not-very-observant Lutheran.”

However, after meeting Tammy, Andy converted and became a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

The pair tied the knot on Aug. 8, 1981.

Today, Tammy is the only person who calls her husband “Andrew.” Read more.