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Fan dresses up as Andy Reid for Chiefs vs. Eagles game (Photo)

Aug 29, 2013; Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid watches against the Green Bay Packers in the second half at Arrowhead Stadium. Kansas City won the game 30-8. Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports`

Pictured above is the real Andy Reid, but Kansas City Chiefs players could get a bit confused when they look in to the stands at Lincoln Financial Field on Thursday night and see an Andy Reid lookalike in the stands.

For Reid’s return to Philadelphia, one fan thought it would be a good idea to dress up as the new Chiefs head coach and he surprisingly did a damn good job at pulling it off.

He’s got the head set, the play sheet, the mustache and even the shape.

The fan was caught by NFL Network cameras just before kickoff and Twitter instantly went nuts to applaud the man for the look.

Here is a photo of the Andy Reid lookalike, via

Before the game, the man was actually caught outside the Kansas City themed bar in the City of Brotherly love and he had some company — another Andy Reid.

The fans are definitely out in full force for tonight’s game and the match up is exciting on paper, so be sure to tune in to the NFL Network and catch all of the action.

Tags: Kansas City Chiefs Philadelphia Eagles

  • Chris Foosman

    I had already thought of doing this as a Halloween costume. Now to start eating a pie a day for the next month and a half…

  • Chris Webb

    This guy’s a high school friend of mine, and a dead-ringer for Andry Reid! #Chiefs

    • Deryk Faber

      It was a great experience, can’t believe all the attention GO CHIEFS

  • Mark Bustamante

    Your friend kicks ass Chris

  • Tracy

    THAT’S MY BROTHER!!! So cool, he had a blast and actually said the Philly fans were good to him :)

    • HerbanLegend

      Your bro got some good camera time!! Go Chiefs!!

    • Deryk Faber

      The Philly fans were amazing. Can’t count the number of pictures I was in.

      • Matt Micko

        Sat right behind you. Row 11. What was on you’re playcard?

        • Deryk Faber

          It was a “Jack Stack BBQ Menu” Coach Reid’s favorite spot in KC