You don’t have to, though, You can be indifferent, or root against him. It’s a free country.
One thing I think we can all agree on is that Andy is a gourmand, and I don’t mean that in an insensitive way, I’m just saying he’s a guy that has an appreciation for cuisine of all sorts, a person who might study gastronomy in another life, or after he wins a ring on Sunday evening.
To that point, he was asked about his grandkids this week and referenced sweet and sour pork in his response:
#Chiefs coach Andy Reid has 9 grandkids. He was asked about them: “They keep you young. And at the same time they make you feel old. It’s kind of like sweet and sour pork.”
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 30, 2020
Coggin, who is shrewd and observant, noted that this is at least the third time Andy has mentioned sweet and sour pork when speaking to the media.
He said this five years ago:
Peters had eight interceptions that year. That was the season the Chiefs started 1-5 and then won out to finish the regular season before losing to the Patriots in the playoffs.
Here was the other time Andy brought up sweet and sour pork:
I appreciate Andy’s appreciation for sweet and sour pork. If he wins on Sunday the only appropriate celebration is to head up to the Panda Express on Aramingo Avenue and fill that styrofoam container with his favorite delicacy, to honor Big Red.