Packers Fans Couldn’t Be Happier For Andy Reid
Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid is a Super Bowl champion. He won his first Super Bowl ring with the Green Bay Packers in 1996 when Green Bay beat New England. But it is similar to Jimmy Garappolo’s two Super Bowls, they do not exactly count. You have to win one for yourself. Reid did that on Sunday night with a Super Bowl victory, 31-20 over the San Francisco 49ers. Packers fans were thrilled for former coach Reid. He always had a soft spot with Packers fans, and the outpouring of tweets postgame showed exactly that.
— Matt Hasselbeck (@Hasselbeck) February 3, 2020
First met Andy Reid as a wisecracking, rookie NFL assistant on Mike Holmgren's first Packer team in 1992. Never stopped rooting for him, now a Super Bowl winner. Well done Chiefs.
— Mark Daniels (@markdanielsWNFL) February 3, 2020
Packers fans Eagles fans
Happy for Andy Reid
— Olivia Reiner (@ReinerOlivia) February 3, 2020
These are just a few of them. They’re littered all over Twitter. Since I cannot find it, I will not shame the local journalist who completely whiffed on this one telling Packers fans they should cheer for Kansas City because they’re like the Packers. How do you miss the whole ‘Andy Reid used to be a Packers coach?’ thing. I also think the happiness for Reid in Packers’ nation is sprung by Brett Favre who always made jokes to him in those mic’d up clips. Good for Andy and good for the Chiefs.