Andy Reid Won His First Super Bowl With Tammy Right By His SideAndy Reid’s journey to Super Bowl glory was a long time coming. As the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles from 1999-2012, he led the team to five NFC Championship Games and a single Super Bowl appearance. But it wasn’t until 2019, seven years into coaching the Kansas City Chiefs, that he had his first taste of victory. And while fans were busy raving about the Chiefs’ breakout star Patrick Mahomes, the quarterback said it was Reid’s big day. “We wanted to get him that trophy because he deserved it,” Mahomes told ESPN. “The work he puts in day in and day out … I don’t think he sleeps. I try to beat him in and I never can. He is someone that works harder than anyone I’ve ever known, and he deserved [this]. I’m glad I could get that trophy for him.” The next day, Reid told reporters that he spent his Sunday night celebrating with a massive cheeseburger, some Pitbull tunes, and one very special person.
Tammy even stood by his side when he spoke to ESPN from the field for a post-game interview. Watch his recap of the game here:
Andy Reid said he was going to eat the biggest cheeseburger he ever had last night. He says he didn’t sleep.— John Clark (@JClarkNBCS) February 3, 2020
“I didn't spend the night with the trophy. I spent it with my trophy wife” 🤣