Andy Reid Uses Food Metaphor To Explain Chiefs’ Super Bowl Hunger

Of course Andy Reid said that.

No coach has better food metaphors than Kansas City Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid.

The future Hall of Fame coach was asked if his team has the same championship hunger as they prepare for next weekend’s divisional round showdown against the Bills.

As only he can do, Reid used a classic food metaphor to convey his team’s hunger for another Super Bowl.

“If you have a piece of chocolate cake, and you see another dangling in front of you, you’re going to want it,” Reid said, via Aaron Ladd of NBC Sports Kansas City. “That’s how you feel about the Super Bowl … it is the ultimate chocolate cake.”

Reid made a similar food reference following Kansas City’s Week 16 win over Pittsburgh when asked about Byron Pringle’s two touchdown catches.

“I love that like a big piece of prime rib,” Reid said. “That’s how we get excited. When everybody is working together, you’re tough to stop.”

Reid famously celebrated the Chiefs’ Super Bowl LIV victory by getting “the biggest cheeseburger you’ve ever seen.

The man loves to eat,  this much is obvious.

Andy Reid is the man!


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