Philip Rivers Makes Andy Reid Feel Young

Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

Chiefs’ head coach Andy Reid got into a “confrontation” of sorts with Chargers’ quarterback Philip Rivers in Sunday’s matchup.

Rivers had come over to Kansas City’s sideline and his smack talk was greeted with a little bit of boxing out from the Chiefs’ head man. In case you missed it, we broke it down more in-depth here.

So what happened during the encounter?

Reid discussed that with the media on Monday:

“That was nothing. He’s a competitive kid, and he played a heck of a game,” Reid said. “We were just giving each other the business. It was all in good competition. He made me feel young for about two seconds there.”

So, there’s that.

The Chiefs lost in a shootout 38-41.

Topics: Andy Reid, Kansas City Chiefs, Philip Rivers

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  • micah stephenson

    That stare down was one of my favorite moments from the game. Andy was looking at Phillip like “boy don’t make me whoop yo ass” lol

  • John Alton

    My favorite moment was when Rivers silenced the stadium with 20 seconds left. Talk all of the trash you want on Rivers, but remember this, he trashed the Chiefs over hyped defense.

    • stephan costa

      lol yeah my favorite part is after the Bolts pulled the great comeback against a depleted Chiefs D how Phyllis Rivers looked at the scoreboard and realized he and his team were still 4 full games behind the Chiefs in the AFC West!!! lol

      • RepOurChiefs

        Hahahahahaha…

      • John Alton

        Excuses, typical of Chefs fans. Depleted defense, that proves the they have no depth. If the Chefs are so much better, than how come they could not beat a 4-6 team thats rebuilding? The Broncos and Chargers showed everybody how to step on that vaunted defense. Once Rivers figured out what that pussy defense was doing, he proceeded to step on them. It did not matter who was on the field. If you are depending on 2 players to be your defense, then the chefs are in trouble.

        • KCMikeG

          That”pussy defense” knocked out your TE Thomas who missed the NE game, Moore and ask Welker how that concussion felt – yeah real “pussy” stuff. And they held your donkeys to their lowest point total of the year. As far as excuses that’s all we heard out of donkey fans while Miller was suspended and your defense was giving up massive points to every team they played including the pathetic, winless Jags. Looks like you were depending on one player. All of the players are important to the success of the team. Losing key players hurts the overall performance. That’s just the facts not an excuse or are you going to tell me that donkey offense would be just as good without Peyton? Yeah that’s what I thought.

    • KCMikeG

      Over hyped? I’m pretty sure that until Hali and Houston went out the dolts had a whole 3 points as the half approached. DeVito was already out and Jackson was play at less than 100%. Easy on the over hyped, the dolts defense gave up 38 points to our 24 point per game average #21 ranked offense led by the #24 ranked QB who hung 300 and 3 TD’s with nearly 70% completion percentage. Might want to take a look at your own defense and your record too before you go go around talking smack.

      • RepOurChiefs

        Just someone grabbing aaaanything to gloat about. Now when the chiefs take advantage of backups they are quick to point that out but miss it somehow when their team does it..smh.

  • RepOurChiefs

    Hahaha.. I know, right micah! Lol

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