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(ESPN)   Chiefs coach Andy Reid taken to hospital in ambulance from Arrowhead Stadium after loss to Chargers   (espn.com) divider line
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2021-09-26 5:58:10 PM  
I don't like this, hope he's OK.
 
2021-09-26 6:10:28 PM  

libranoelrose: I don't like this, hope he's OK.


Same here, but to be honest, I felt ill after watching them lose their 2nd straight game :(
 
2021-09-26 6:30:35 PM  

OldRod: libranoelrose: I don't like this, hope he's OK.

Same here, but to be honest, I felt ill after watching them lose their 2nd straight game :(


Yeah, same.

Not a good feeling all around today.

I'm going to go throw up now.
 
2021-09-26 6:36:31 PM  
The Chiefs announced that Reid was feeling ill after the game and assistant head coach/special teams coordinator Dave Toub spoke to the media in place of Reid.

Palmer added that players were informed that Reid should be OK and that they were not aware that Reid was not feeling well.
 
2021-09-26 6:37:02 PM  
From NFL.com
 
2021-09-26 6:40:58 PM  

markie_farkie: The Chiefs announced that Reid was feeling ill after the game and assistant head coach/special teams coordinator Dave Toub spoke to the media in place of Reid.

Palmer added that players were informed that Reid should be OK and that they were not aware that Reid was not feeling well.


Yeah, not feeling well usually isn't an ambulance ride.

I think he's gained back a lot of the weight he lost a few years ago.

His heart has to be stressed.
 
2021-09-26 6:42:45 PM  
I read that as Amy Reid and now I'm disappointed.
 
2021-09-26 6:44:29 PM  

libranoelrose: markie_farkie: The Chiefs announced that Reid was feeling ill after the game and assistant head coach/special teams coordinator Dave Toub spoke to the media in place of Reid.

Palmer added that players were informed that Reid should be OK and that they were not aware that Reid was not feeling well.

Yeah, not feeling well usually isn't an ambulance ride.

I think he's gained back a lot of the weight he lost a few years ago.

His heart has to be stressed.


There are a lot of NFL coaches who look like they have an entire pork chop lodged in a major artery.

Must come with the territory.
 
2021-09-26 7:21:00 PM  
Andy Reid Ambulance-type transportation definitely detected.
 
2021-09-26 10:22:04 PM  

markie_farkie: libranoelrose: markie_farkie: The Chiefs announced that Reid was feeling ill after the game and assistant head coach/special teams coordinator Dave Toub spoke to the media in place of Reid.

Palmer added that players were informed that Reid should be OK and that they were not aware that Reid was not feeling well.

Yeah, not feeling well usually isn't an ambulance ride.

I think he's gained back a lot of the weight he lost a few years ago.

His heart has to be stressed.

There are a lot of NFL coaches who look like they have an entire pork chop lodged in a major artery.

Must come with the territory.


Eat the pain away.
 
2021-09-26 10:29:52 PM  

libranoelrose: markie_farkie: The Chiefs announced that Reid was feeling ill after the game and assistant head coach/special teams coordinator Dave Toub spoke to the media in place of Reid.

Palmer added that players were informed that Reid should be OK and that they were not aware that Reid was not feeling well.

Yeah, not feeling well usually isn't an ambulance ride.

I think he's gained back a lot of the weight he lost a few years ago.

His heart has to be stressed.


His son's legal troubles probably aren't helping.
 
2021-09-26 10:31:13 PM  

libranoelrose: markie_farkie: The Chiefs announced that Reid was feeling ill after the game and assistant head coach/special teams coordinator Dave Toub spoke to the media in place of Reid.

Palmer added that players were informed that Reid should be OK and that they were not aware that Reid was not feeling well.

Yeah, not feeling well usually isn't an ambulance ride.

I think he's gained back a lot of the weight he lost a few years ago.

His heart has to be stressed.


Let's hope his heart doesn't follow the sort of clock management/time-out use his brain does.
 
2021-09-26 10:51:55 PM  
Word I heard was dehydration
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2021-09-26 10:53:18 PM  
I thought this happened during or before the game.
 
2021-09-26 10:56:13 PM  

markie_farkie: libranoelrose: markie_farkie: The Chiefs announced that Reid was feeling ill after the game and assistant head coach/special teams coordinator Dave Toub spoke to the media in place of Reid.

Palmer added that players were informed that Reid should be OK and that they were not aware that Reid was not feeling well.

Yeah, not feeling well usually isn't an ambulance ride.

I think he's gained back a lot of the weight he lost a few years ago.

His heart has to be stressed.

There are a lot of NFL coaches who look like they have an entire pork chop lodged in a major artery.

Must come with the territory.


And the 100+ hour workweeks
 
2021-09-26 10:56:30 PM  

Ken VeryBigLiar: Word I heard was dehydration
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I'm not sure I buy that. Even the NBC announcers were saying that his condition was improving but he's still at the hospital.

Even in the most extreme cases of dehydration, you get an IV of fluids and go on your way. They could do that in the locker room to be honest.
 
2021-09-26 11:12:09 PM  

phimuskapsi: Ken VeryBigLiar: Word I heard was dehydration
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I'm not sure I buy that. Even the NBC announcers were saying that his condition was improving but he's still at the hospital.

Even in the most extreme cases of dehydration, you get an IV of fluids and go on your way. They could do that in the locker room to be honest.


Might have had some abnormal heart rhythm or rate that wasn't improving.  Best to at least run an EKG, run labs and make sure troponins and NTproBNP aren't wacky and he's back to normal rhythm.
 
2021-09-26 11:25:38 PM  
TD THE SAN FRANCISCOS
 
2021-09-26 11:26:05 PM  
LOL wrong thread. Derp.
 
2021-09-26 11:36:46 PM  

markie_farkie: libranoelrose: markie_farkie: The Chiefs announced that Reid was feeling ill after the game and assistant head coach/special teams coordinator Dave Toub spoke to the media in place of Reid.

Palmer added that players were informed that Reid should be OK and that they were not aware that Reid was not feeling well.

Yeah, not feeling well usually isn't an ambulance ride.

I think he's gained back a lot of the weight he lost a few years ago.

His heart has to be stressed.

There are a lot of NFL coaches who look like they have an entire pork chop lodged in a major artery.

Must come with the territory.


Being a former player, used to eating a 10,000 calorie a day diet, hanging around current players, who are eating a 10,000 calorie a day diet, probably makes portion control a difficult proposition.
 
2021-09-26 11:41:41 PM  

OldRod: libranoelrose: I don't like this, hope he's OK.

Same here, but to be honest, I felt ill after watching them lose their 2nd straight game :(


Let us know if you feel like you need to be on the respirator.

/too soon?
 
2021-09-27 12:00:01 AM  
Glad to see he is expected to recover. I want that man to make it to his HOF ceremony so I can give him some claps for the great run of eagles in my college years. I grew up in the era of suck and he changed that for philly
 
2021-09-27 12:27:48 AM  

Troy Aikman's Giant Thumbs: markie_farkie: libranoelrose: markie_farkie: The Chiefs announced that Reid was feeling ill after the game and assistant head coach/special teams coordinator Dave Toub spoke to the media in place of Reid.

Palmer added that players were informed that Reid should be OK and that they were not aware that Reid was not feeling well.

Yeah, not feeling well usually isn't an ambulance ride.

I think he's gained back a lot of the weight he lost a few years ago.

His heart has to be stressed.

There are a lot of NFL coaches who look like they have an entire pork chop lodged in a major artery.

Must come with the territory.

Being a former player, used to eating a 10,000 calorie a day diet, hanging around current players, who are eating a 10,000 calorie a day diet, probably makes portion control a difficult proposition.


To be clear, you're theorizing Andy Reid ate one of his players? I'm not sure that's where my money is
 
2021-09-27 12:52:48 AM  
He'll be fine after they hook him up with a cheeseburger drip.
 
2021-09-27 2:11:21 AM  
Did a Brit write this headline?
 
2021-09-27 2:13:34 AM  

BlazeTrailer: Troy Aikman's Giant Thumbs: markie_farkie: libranoelrose: markie_farkie: The Chiefs announced that Reid was feeling ill after the game and assistant head coach/special teams coordinator Dave Toub spoke to the media in place of Reid.

Palmer added that players were informed that Reid should be OK and that they were not aware that Reid was not feeling well.

Yeah, not feeling well usually isn't an ambulance ride.

I think he's gained back a lot of the weight he lost a few years ago.

His heart has to be stressed.

There are a lot of NFL coaches who look like they have an entire pork chop lodged in a major artery.

Must come with the territory.

Being a former player, used to eating a 10,000 calorie a day diet, hanging around current players, who are eating a 10,000 calorie a day diet, probably makes portion control a difficult proposition.

To be clear, you're theorizing Andy Reid ate one of his players? I'm not sure that's where my money is


Then you know not!

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/that kid knows his fate
 
2021-09-27 6:17:44 AM  
Word around Chief's land is it's dehydration.  Not sure if there's an underlying condition that they are watching closer, because the dehydration on it's own doesn't seem like a 'Sleepover at KU Med' kinda thing.

Friends who were at the game said it was really hot in the seats - so heat exhaustion thrown on top of the dehydration, maybe?

Dunno -- as a Chief's fan...this season is shaping up to be....not what we were thinking.  So...yeah....KC now has 'Andy Watch'.

/How are we LAST in AFC West?
//I blame renaming it GEHA field.  Did it add a curse in there not covered in the fine print?
 
2021-09-27 6:32:47 AM  
puffy999:
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/that kid knows his fate


Putting Reid next to the Free Safety is just cruel.
 
2021-09-27 10:47:16 AM  
If it was just dehydration, you'd think the team doctors could have taken care of that.
 
2021-09-27 12:03:35 PM  
Can we start referring to them as the Kansas City football club?

"Kansas City coach Andy Reid taken to hospital in ambulance from Arrowhead Stadium after loss to Chargers"

Still fits in the headline entry field, and we all still understand who they are talking about, but it's not reinforcing the misappropriation.
 
2021-09-27 1:38:42 PM  
BeatrixK:

Garrett Reid had an issue with dehydration.
 
2021-09-27 2:56:28 PM  
I suspect the hospital visit was out of an abundance of caution.  Because with his age, weight and temperature, the chances of heat stroke were there and that's nothing to fark with.
 
2021-09-27 5:48:40 PM  

BeatrixK: Dunno -- as a Chief's fan...this season is shaping up to be....not what we were thinking.  So...yeah....KC now has 'Andy Watch'.

/How are we LAST in AFC West?
//I blame renaming it GEHA field.  Did it add a curse in there not covered in the fine print?


I don't think there is a curse.

KC's defense hasn't improved despite the changes made in the off season. Jones should be in the middle and not the edge as a pass rusher. Clark is still out. Secondary is slow on recognizing plays and gets burned constantly. You can't trust them to play consistently good on a regular basis. New players seem to be underutilized. It's like everyone is lost.

Offense is making boneheaded mistakes. Basic level ones like ball security or when to throw or not to throw the ball during certain gametime situations.

I feel like Spagnolo's defensive playbook is too complicated. Maybe simplify it so everyone knows what to do as it looks like nobody really is sure what routes to run or who to defend.

And offense-wise, they're still efficient and explosive, they just need to stop making dumb mistakes. Hold on to the ball better. Don't make certain risky throws and expect to be lucky all the time.
 
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