Andy Reid doesn’t make bad decisions very often, but he’s getting ripped for one on Sunday evening.
The Kansas City Chiefs are tied with the Denver Broncos, 3-3, on Sunday Night Football. Kansas City should be up by a touchdown, though.
Patrick Mahomes and Tyreek Hill connected for a crazy touchdown in the end zone, but the play was ruled incomplete.
Hill didn’t even appear to realize that he had caught the ball. The pass was tipped and it came down into Hill’s possession.
Tyreek Hill 100% caught this ball pic.twitter.com/VaX4bvLvyI
— Roto Street Journal (RSJ) (@RotoStJournal) December 7, 2020
Yeah, that’s a catch.
But for some reason, Chiefs head coach Andy Reid didn’t challenge the play, so the call on the field stood.
What Andy Reid saw on that play pic.twitter.com/rnwN2hbXvo
— PMT memes (@PardonMyMeme) December 7, 2020
when I see Andy Reid slander on the TL pic.twitter.com/bFFVKyculS
— Mina Kimes (@minakimes) December 7, 2020
Tyreek Hill: catches touchdown
Andy Reid: pic.twitter.com/D0RAX3l720
— AmateurFFPro (@amateurffpro) December 7, 2020
Reid is allowed to make a mistake here and there – he just won a Super Bowl, after all – but it’s bizarre that no one on the Chiefs sideline told him to challenge.
Kansas City should go on to beat Denver, but at this point, the Chiefs are tied with the Broncos because of Reid’s bad decision.
Hopefully for Reid’s sake, that lack of a challenge won’t come back to haunt him.
The Chiefs and the Broncos are playing on NBC.
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