Raiders Coach Jack Del Rio Gave Andy Reid A Death Stare While Meeting Following Loss

Jack Del Rio had no love for the man that’s accounted for 66% of his losses this season as Andy Reid and his Kansas City Chiefs took home a 21-13 win over the Oakland Raiders.

Instead of the usual handshake midfield after the TNF game concluded, Del Rio walked past Reid, only to stare the him down with a death stare as Reid gave him an awkward pat on the shoulder.

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  3. I’m not out here to prove to these dudes that I’m the hardest mother—— in the league because they cussed at me on the court. But they know where I’m from and what I’m about. This Oakland. But I don’t take s— personal. My goal is to get the win.

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