Andy Reid Has Hilarious Comment About Final Visit to Oakland Coliseum

OAKLAND, CA - OCTOBER 19:  Head coach Andy Reid of the Kansas City Chiefs stands on the sidelines during their game against the Oakland Raiders at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum on October 19, 2017 in Oakland, California.  (Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty Images)
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When the Chiefs and Raiders wrap up their rivalry on Oakland's turf (ostensibly, pending a bonkers Raiders playoff berth) this Sunday, it's the end of an era.

Andy Reid, who's gamely led the Chiefs as a head coach since 2013, has plundered the Raiders' territory many a time. But that doesn't mean he necessarily enjoys the foul-smelling depths of the ill-suited stadium.

When asked about any lingering nostalgia for what will likely be his final visit before Vegas, Reid cited very little semblance of a joyful memory, instead focusing on the Certified Very Bad Times.

Ahh, yes. A beautiful, outdated black hole where you cannot urinate.

If you recall, this same sort of restroom malfunction famously occurred during an Oakland A's game, with sewage flowing freely beyond the unwalled dugout.

Also, side note, these bathrooms are very much in range of public views.

So, we'll join Reid on his hearty send-off. After all, where else can you see...THIS?