The Kansas City Chiefs have one of the most intense and dedicated fanbases in all of sports. Kansas City has enjoyed a run of successful seasons under current head coach Andy Reid after he joined the team in 2013.
One fan has immortalized Reid's face as a giant corn maze, in an amazing-yet-strange tribute you have to see for yourself.
No matter how non-traditional it is, it's also a very touching gesture for the championship-winning head coach.
Reid has had a storied 22-year head-coaching career that began with the Philadelphia Eagles in 1999. The Eagles went 224-130 under Reid, and made the Super Bowl in 2004, but 8-8 and 4-12 seasons earned him an exit before he joined the Chiefs.
Kansas City has gone 123-87 under Reid since 2013, making the playoffs in every season except one and never finishing worse than 9-7. Reid won his first-ever Super Bowl with the Chiefs in 2019 after defeating the San Francisco 49ers.
The Chiefs currently own one of the best records in the league at 10-1 and are current favorites to win the Super Bowl, thanks to Reid and his staff maximizing the tools around MVP frontrunner Patrick Mahomes.
Kansas City will face the Denver Broncos in Week 13 on Sunday night. FanDuel Sportsbook has the Chiefs as 13.5-point favorites in that matchup.
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