It’s so cold that coach Andy Reid’s beard freezes as the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Miami Dolphins.

It’s so cold that coach Andy Reid’s beard freezes as the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Miami Dolphins.

On Saturday, the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Miami Dolphins 26-7 that Arrowhead Stadium. It was so cold that Andy Reid, the head coach of the Chiefs, lost his beard.

According to the Peacock coverage, it was -4 degrees Fahrenheit at start and -20 degrees with the wind chill. This made it the fourth coolest game in the history of the National Football League.

Now, pictures of Reid in icicles in his beard are all over social media. At the end of the game, Rice had eight catches for 130 yards.

Even though it was very cold, the Kansas City attack got right to work. On the first play, they marched down the field and scored on an 11-yard touchdown pass in quarterback Patrick Mahomes to long receiver Rashee Rice.

Harrison Butker kicked four field goals for the Chiefs, and running runner Isiah Pacheco scored a touchdown on a three-yard run in the final minute of play that put the game out of reach.

Taylor Swift went and faced the cold by sporting a #87 Kelce jacket to show her support for her boyfriend Travis Kelce. At the end of the game, Kelce had seven catches for 71 yards.

The broadcast said it was -9 degrees outside and felt like -28 degrees inside at the end of the game. Players huddled together by heaters on the field, and many used the warming seats to stay warm.

Mahomes played down the weather when asked about this on the Peacock coverage after the game. He said, “It is what it is.” Mahomes had 262 yards as well as a score by the end of the game.

Mahomes told the crowd, “We’re in Kansas City at Arrowhead.” “This kind of game is what we’re going to play. We thought, “Let’s come off here, play football, and see what happens.”

Reid’s upper lip seemed to freeze over during the first half of the Kansas City Chiefs’ game against the Miami Dolphins at Arrowhead Stadium, where the wind chill was -30 degrees. This caused a huge reaction on social media.

The 65-year-old man didn’t seem to mind that the hairs in his beard were frozen into dozens of tiny icicles. Instead, a two-time Super Bowl winner, who is known as “Big Red,” kept his mind on the game.

It made me think of September 2020, when Reid fought a foggy facemask throughout a wet game when the NFL came back after the COVID-19 plague.

There were a lot of cold games in NFL history, or that’s just the start of the league’s weather problems in the first round of the playoffs.

It was supposed to snow up to two feet overnight in Buffalo, where the Bills play the Pittsburgh Steelers upon Sunday. The NFL was worried that no one would be able to make it to the game.

The league as well as New York state officials agreed to move the wild-card playoff game to Monday, when the snow should be less of a problem.

Even though Patrick Mahomes’ helmet was broken, he still led the Kansas City Chiefs to a win over the Miami Dolphins on Saturday.

When Mahomes hit a Dolphins player, a piece of the player’s helmet came off. The Dolphins player said the break was caused by the minus-4-degree cold.

NBC Sports reports that Mahomes told reporters after the game, “I didn’t know what happened at the time, but I got in the huddle and everybody was telling me.

I was like, ‘I got you, but I’m not coming out of the game, so we will figure it out on the sideline.'”

“That was the first time that…” Even though Mahomes got a new hardhat in the end, putting it on his head was not easy.

“We need to talk about where we keep the backup due to it was frozen,” Mahomes said. “It was frozen when I tried to put it on.” “It wouldn’t stay on.”