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His Kansas City Chiefs have won a lot of games over the past few years. It has to be hard for head coach Andy Reid to find new post-game material.

But what he came up with following Kansas City’s narrow win over the Detroit Lions on Sunday is absolutely epic.

ESPN featured it before Monday night’s game, and we’re at a loss for words.

“Not all of Mozart’s paintings are perfect.”

Given that Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was a musical composer during the classical period, we’re pretty darn sure Mr. Reid is right here. Sadly, we believe the longtime head coach thinks Mozart is somehow famous for other reasons.

The presence of Patrick Mahomes laughing as Reid makes this statement is even better. Mahomes called out ESPN for being featured on the segment last week.

What goes around comes around. Reid should also stick to his day job. He’s darn good at it.

Vincent Frank
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