Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs mounted a furious comeback in Super Bowl LIV against the San Francisco 49ers, eventually coming out on top to give Andy Reid his first ever Super Bowl championship. The Chiefs players, who swear by Reid and his coaching style, could barely contain their excitement as Reid walked onto the team bus holding that elusive Lombardi trophy.
Reid helped Mahomes and the Chiefs score 21 unanswered points in the final six minutes to pull out a 31-20 win over the 49ers in Miami (and don't forget the seven points he got them earlier with a clutch fourth-down call). With this single, cathartic win, one of the most beloved leaders and most innovative offensive coaches in NFL history finally killed off all of his playoff demons when that confetti rained down on him.
Even the most jaded Giants and Raiders fan had to like seeing Reid finally win his first ring.
Reid was a coaching legend before he won a Super Bowl, and he would have been even if he didn't win. Having said that, Reid finally getting his championship ring validates one of the most decorated coaching legacies in modern NFL history.