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What NFL Head Coach Andy Reid Did to an Opposing Player During Sunday's Game Has People Laughing


"Aw, he's too much."

(Source: NFL.com screen shot)

Andy Reid has been the talk of the NFL this year after he resurrected his coaching career with the Kansas City Chiefs. But what he did Sunday has people talking -- and laughing -- not because of his coaching skills, but because of what he did with his hips.

That's right, Reid has fans across the league giggling after he took a very unique approach to silencing an opposing quarterback.

On a third down play in a tight game, San Diego Chargers quarterback Phillip Rivers completed a pass near the Chiefs' sideline. A pseudo-scrum ensued, and Rivers rushed over to help his player up. But immediately after, he also started lobbying the official, possibly for a penalty against the Chiefs. That's when Reid employed a move with his hips to get Rivers to literally "butt out" that had the announcers chuckling:

Image source: YouTube screenshot

Image source: NFL.com screenshot

Yes, Reid actually used his butt to knock Rivers away. And Rivers seemed stunned. Here's how it looked in slow motion:

For a high-definition view of the entire play, you can visit Yahoo.

For the record, the Chargers went on to win in stunning fashion. No word on if Rivers gave Reid a hip bump after the game.



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