Chocolate cake

Andy Reid compared winning the Super Bowl to chocolate cake

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid compared winning the Super Bowl to eating chocolate cake.

The Kansas City Chiefs are on course to secure a Super Bowl berth for the third consecutive season. In the Wild Card Round, the Chiefs took on the Pittsburgh Steelers, beating them 42-21. Now they face perhaps their toughest test in the Divisional Round – the Buffalo Bills.

When asked if he had the same hunger for the championship, head coach Andy Reid made the analogy that winning the Super Bowl is like eating chocolate cake. Let Reid explain in the video below, courtesy of KSHB 41 News’ Megan Strickland.

Chiefs: Andy Reid compares winning the Super Bowl to eating chocolate cake

Never change, Andy. Never changes.

The Chiefs had a rocky start to the 2021 season, where they actually fell down the AFC West standings. Still, they bounced back in a big way in the second half of the season, earning them the division title and the AFC’s second seed.

In the aforementioned Steelers game, they fell to a 7-0 hole in the second quarter, but then went on to score 35 unanswered points, with five touchdowns coming off the arm of star quarterback Patrick Mahomes. The Chiefs scored so many touchdowns that the stadium actually ran out of festive fireworks.

They are now going from a Steelers team to a Bills team that destroyed the New England Patriots coached by Bill Belichick. Buffalo became the first team in the Super Bowl era to have a perfect offensive game, where they scored touchdowns on all seven of their practices (excluding knees on the last practice), which ended in a 47-17 victory.

The Chiefs vs. Bills will be the Divisional Round finale and is shaping up to be the best game of all the playoffs on paper.



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