Andy Reid was finally able to silence his critics by leading his almighty Kansas City Chiefs to a Super Bowl LIV win over the San Francisco 49ers. He won his first Super Bowl ring as a head coach after getting one as an assistant with the Green Bay Packers.

Led by Reid's mind and Patrick Mahomes under center, the Kansas City Chiefs became one of the most unstoppable offensive juggernauts in NFL history. Hands down, they might as well have the most explosive offense this game has ever seen.

So, after years of hard work and plenty of ups and downs, the legendary head coach and his pupils finally got their Super Bowl ring from the organization. Unsurprisingly, they were perfectly designed and incredibly luxurious.

Andy Reid Says He'll Use His Super Bowl Rings To Get Free Cheeseburgers

Reid knows firsthand that you can't wear your Super Bowl ring every day. You must save it to flex every now and then on special occasions. However, he's already got something even better in mind:

“You wear it for special occasions. Or if you want a free cheeseburger, you just point right there and show ‘em that ring and you might get one," the Chiefs coached joked after getting his much-desired ring.

Reid has been bullied online over and over because of his belly and love for sandwiches and cheeseburgers so it's great for him to just own it and take that away from them. You can't make fun of him now.

Also, who's laughing now? Plenty of people doubted Reid's expertise and ability to deliver in the playoffs. Now, he's put together one of the most promising teams in the league with the potential of becoming a dynasty. If that's not worthy of a complimentary cheeseburger every now and then, then I don't know what is.