Andy Reid Naming This Brilliant TD Play ‘Corn Dog’ Somehow Makes It Even Better

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The Kansas City Chiefs played their hearts out to earn another Super Bowl under Andy Reid. He’s proven to be a great head coach and is a sure-fire future Hall of Famer.

However, his love for food cannot be ignored, as he apparently called one of the touchdown plays in the Super Bowl “corn dog.”

During an interview with Peter King, Andy Reid discusses the play that led to a wide-open Kadarius Toney for a touchdown. The Chiefs’ head coach admits the play is called “corn dog” and it somehow makes it even better. Listen to him talk about it below.

This further proves that Andy Reid is a national treasure that must be protected at all costs. “Corn dog” is going to go down as one of the best plays in Super Bowl history and it’s named after a carnival snack.

I can’t stop thinking of the Chiefs in their huddle in the middle of a closely contested game with the championship on the line.

Patrick Mahomes gets the play call, ushers in his teammates, and says, “Alright guys. We’re running corn dog. On two. Break.” Then moments later Kadarius Toney is celebrating in the end zone.

The brilliant offensive mind of Andy Reid never ceases to amaze me. Additionally, his love for food makes him that much greater.

Maybe next season this means we’ll hear Mahomes calling out snack foods as his audibles. One can wish, right?