Andy Reid might have to rethink his facemask situation for the Chiefs’ next game.
During Thursday night’s season opener between the Chiefs and the Texans, Reid chose to go with a plastic face shield that covered his entire face.
The latest in fall fashion: shield hats, as modeled here by Andy Reid. pic.twitter.com/pVQWlMKaYb
— NFL Kickoff on NBC (@SNFonNBC) September 11, 2020
Andy Reid’s facemask
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) September 11, 2020
Unfortunately for Reid, it started raining in Kansas City and his face shield immediately got really foggy.
Andy Reid having issues with rain and his face guard/mask pic.twitter.com/qYnPYqgt1m
— gifdsports (@gifdsports) September 11, 2020
Gettin’ a lil toasty in there for Andy Reid
— Overtime (@overtime) September 11, 2020
The Internet was quick to turn Reid’s foggy face mask into a hilarious meme.
Could you imagine what this game would look like if Andy Reid could see the field at any point.
— Kevin Clark (@bykevinclark) September 11, 2020
Patrick Mahomes trying to chat with Andy Reid pic.twitter.com/QGVBDqhS0F
— Not Robert Griffin (@Pseudo_RGIII) September 11, 2020
Andy Reid showing off this year by outcoaching the rest of the NFL without actually being able to see the field pic.twitter.com/v9FoDNZPKL
— Rodger Sherman (@rodger) September 11, 2020
Andy Reid really needs to get the faceshield that has windshield wipers a la Degeneration X. @ShawnMichaels @TripleH pic.twitter.com/il3HiywUiq
— Jimmy Traina (@JimmyTraina) September 11, 2020
Wonder if Andy Reid is gonna draw up a play on his mask pic.twitter.com/tM7I9chVGv
— John (@JohnHillbery) September 11, 2020
Andy Reid will outcoach you even when he can’t see anything pic.twitter.com/z5095kmjed
— Sam Monson (@PFF_Sam) September 11, 2020
Andy Reid can’t see shit and is still out-coaching the Texans with ease
— ???? (@szntrae) September 11, 2020
Let’s take a look at that touchdown from Andy Reid’s perspective: pic.twitter.com/isUYziTg06
— teddy asswater (@3testes) September 11, 2020