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Chiefs head coach Andy Reid wore a face shield on the sidelines of the NFL opener, and instantly became a meme ...


Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid wore a face shield Thursday night on the sidelines of his team’s season opener, which was also the first game of the new NFL season during the coronavirus pandemic.


Unfortunately for the 62-year-old, rather than praising his commitment to public health, social-media users decided to turn the Super Bowl-winning coach into a meme.


Social media went wild over the mask, especially when it started to steam up in the rainy conditions in Kansas City.


The Kansas City Chiefs successfully began the defence of their Super Bowl title on Thursday night by beating the Houston Texans, 34-20.


Perhaps the biggest talking point of the night wasn’t something that happened on the field, however, but instead Chiefs head coach Andy Reid’s unique — and, to many, hilarious — face-shield cap.


Social media went wild over the mask worn by the 62-year-old for COVID-19 protection — especially when it started to steam up thanks to the rainy and humid conditions in Kansas City.






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