Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid loves finding creative ways to wow NFL fans with his offense. In Thursday’s NFL Kickoff Game, Reid found a way to light up the NFL world once again with a face mask that would make Sean McVay proud.
After players took part in a demonstration before the game, Reid unveiled his new look to keep himself safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. A cloth face mask clearly wasn’t enough for the future Hall of Famer, he had to take things to the next level.
Andy Reid with the full visor over his face for tonight’s game. pic.twitter.com/yEzJSqsARD
— FOX Sports: NFL (@NFLonFOX) September 11, 2020
It didn’t take long before Reid’s face shield started to fog up as he called in plays to the NFL’s most electrifying offense. As the fog built up on the face mask, the NFL world had some fun trolling Reid for his now unforgettable look.
Andy Reid watching his players from the sideline like: pic.twitter.com/aHjtvoJDsy
— John (@JohnHillbery) September 11, 2020
Andy Reid’s view right now pic.twitter.com/g9SO1JBmT5
— Throwback King 713 (@throwback_mr) September 11, 2020
Patrick Mahomes trying to chat with Andy Reid pic.twitter.com/QGVBDqhS0F
— Not Robert Griffin (@Pseudo_RGIII) September 11, 2020
How Andy Reid is seeing this game with that mask on pic.twitter.com/mRj4uM8MrQ
— Brandon Guerrero (@bguerrero_13) September 11, 2020
The latest in fall fashion: shield hats, as modeled here by Andy Reid. pic.twitter.com/pVQWlMKaYb
— NFL Kickoff on NBC (@SNFonNBC) September 11, 2020
Andy Reid calling plays on this drive: pic.twitter.com/T69UBsIhJF
— Kevin Kinkead (@Kevin_Kinkead) September 11, 2020