Head coach Andy Reid shouts at Kansas City Chiefs fans who throw SNOWBALLS off the podium – which almost cost the team a penalty
- Kansas City Chiefs played Indianapolis Colts in Kansas City on Saturday-evening
- Crews hastened to clear Arrowhead after about 8 inches of snow had fallen in storm Gia
- Fans threw snowballs in the stands and on the field and almost hit a Colts kicker
- Chefs head coach Andy Reid scolded the fans as they ran the risk of getting a penalty
- Kansas City defeated Indianapolis with 31-13
Unmanageable Kansas City Chief fans were laughed at by head coach Andy Reid Saturday for throwing snowballs on the field.
The Chiefs played the night at the Indianapolis Colts in the Arrowhead stadium after the crew hurried to remove the 8 inches of snow from the descent of the winter storm Gia.
Video from the game shows a fan who threw the snowball and Nothing escaped Colts kicker Zach Pascal while he kicked the ball.
When officials and security chiefs coach Andy Reid approached the potential for a penalty, he quickly went to the front of the fan section to reprimand them.
A Kansas City Chiefs fan saw a snowball on the field
The snowball missed the Colts kicker who studied the ball in the nick of time
Chefs head coach Andy Reid (in red) scolded the fans because they ran the risk of getting a penalty
According to NBC Red told the fans who threw to be smart & # 39; and & # 39; use your head & # 39 ;.
The snowballs had the potential to cost the Chiefs a 15-yard unsportsmanlike behavioral punishment.
The cold weather and the childish fans, however, did not stop the Chiefs from securing the profits.
They defeated Colts 31-13.
It's a good thing that none of the fans were quarterbacks on the field. Some snowballs did not quite catch the field, and caught a cheerleader or two instead.
Crews hastened to empty Arrowhead Stadium after about 8 inches of snow had fallen in storm Gia
A groundskeeper strokes the snow on seats at Arrowhead Stadium for an NFL divisional football playoff game
The cold did not stop the fans, because there were snowball fights between high in the stands.
The biggest part of snowballing was a party when the Chiefs scored.
However, there is a chance that if the NFL identifies the snowball player that almost hits the kicker, it can be banned from the Arrowhead Stadium.
So now you may want to think twice before you go into tomfoolery.
Kansas City Chiefs beat Indianapolis Colts 31-13