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