Coach Andy Reid And Chris Jones Celebrate “All The Feels” Together After Super Bowl Win.

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The Kansas City Chiefs are Super Bowl winners—again! The team won the Vince Lombardi Trophy for the second consecutive year after defeating the San Francisco 49ers on Feb. 11. As one would expect, head coach Andy Reid and defensive tackle Chris Jones are beside themselves, and they shared an adorable moment on the field that has gone viral.


The second Mecole Hardman caught the winning touchdown during overtime, Chris was so overwhelmed with excitement that he fell on his back and started giggling with joy. Andy was right there to feel “the feels” with Chris.

A Chiefs videographer caught the moment on film and posted it on X for fans to enjoy.

As Chris was lying on the field, Andy bent down and started shaking him by the shoulders, “What do you think?” he screamed happily before falling on top of him. Chris simply kept laughing. He couldn’t even respond.

A couple of men on the field helped Andy stand up. When he was back on his feet, he reached his hand out to Chris and said, “Get up!”

Chris took the help. And as Andy pulled him back to reality, the two Super Bowl winners came together for a long embrace.

Andy Reid and Chris Jones have three Super Bowl rings each—all with the Chiefs. Not only did they earn the hardware this year and last, but they were also the victors of the 2020 game. The feat has made them part of an NFL dynasty.

Patrick Mahomes Cheer With His Fellow Super Bowl Winners

Quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who also has three wins on his resume, was captured on film as the Chiefs became the Super Bowl LVIII winners, too. Like Chris Jones, he fell on the field in blissful shock. When he did, his team crowded around him and shouted with joy as they pulled him to his feet.

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Andy Reid, Chris Jones, and the rest of the Chiefs likely celebrated throughout the night. And they’ll continue the party for weeks to come. The winners will toast their success with all of Kansas City during the Super Bowl parade, which is scheduled for Valentine’s Day.

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