Andy Reid's dream celebration Super Bowl 2020: Trophy woman, cheeseburger

<pre><pre>Andy Reid's dream celebration Super Bowl 2020: Trophy woman, cheeseburger

Head coach Andy Reid won the Kansas City Chiefs' first Lombardi Trophy in 50 years on Sunday and won the Super Bowl 2020 against the 49ers, but apparently it wasn't the best "trophy" of his night.

"I didn't really sleep last night. But I didn't spend the trophy – well. I spent it with my trophy wife. How's that?" Asked the 61-year-old coach his 38-year-old wife, Tammy, on Monday morning and caused laughter and applause.

It was an eventful night for Reid, who won his first Super Bowl title as head coach on Sunday. The Chiefs made a comeback in the fourth quarter to stun the 49ers (31-20) after quarterback Patrick Mahomes had shown an incredible performance.

Mahomes, who was crowned MVP, shared his plans for the future during postgame coverage and said, "I'm going to Disneyland." When Reid appeared on NFL Network after the win, he shared his plans.

"I'll get the biggest cheeseburger you've ever seen," said Reid as he wrapped his arm around Mahomes. "I'll find the biggest one. It could be a doppelganger."

It was ironic that Reid's postgame plans included a delicious meal, considering that several people on social media asked if he was the same guy from a 2002 notorious diabetes commercial.

Fortunately, the real actor Wilford Brimley made the record clear and identified himself on twitter and didn't bother me confused for the Super Bowl winning coach.

"I am the diabet," wrote Brimley.