In this week's edition of Chiefs Twitter Q & A, which gives fans the opportunity to ask their favorite Chiefs players questions,
@KCChiefs_Reid what's it like to stand on the sideline and listen to 79 thousand scream "and the home of the CHIEFS!" during the anthem?— Brett Forrest (@tsing_tsao) December 26, 2013
"I played here a couple times and I hadn't remembered it. You kind of hear little things, here and there, anywhere else you've ever played and I remember the first time hearing it here, how off guard it took me. It's very, very cool to hear it during the national anthem, there at the end, and having just that kind of tradition, it's something I definitely look forward to."
@KCChiefs_Reid Do u miss CA? What is ur most memorable memory this season? Why didnt he dance when he made fake handoff TD against Houston?— Cindy (@cmklis) December 26, 2013
"No, other than my family being out there, no, because I'm really enjoying my time out here. It's the life in the NFL; it's nice. You work extremely hard, during the season, and you get chunks of time in the offseason to go back and see them. As far as the most memorable moment, it's tough to look back and reflect; certainly, I hope the best one is still ahead of us. We've had some great moments this year. We've won a lot of different ways; we've been in a lot of close games and pulled them out in the end. I have zero game in the TD celebration department; I'll leave that to Jamaal and D-Bowe."
— Derrick T. Fields (@DWYLDE74) December 26, 2013
"I hoped for it. I think from afar, you see the makings and kind of the core group of guys of what it could be and then you hope with the right coaches, with coach Reid and the coaching staff coming here and you get some momentum, you don't know what can happen. It's certainly in the far recesses of your hopes, but you don't even want to verbalize it. We got some early wins, got some momentum and got on a roll and put ourselves in a really good position, so, it's fun. The games get bigger and bigger and once you start playing in those games, it's contagious; you don't ever want to go back."
@KCChiefs_Reid does he enjoy sitting in the pocket and making plays or scrambling for plays more?— Steven Mercil (@Stmercil51) December 26, 2013
"I enjoy doing both. I think, in the end, to be a successful NFL QB, you have to be able to win from the pocket, bottom line. Defenses are too good; they'll force you to play from the pocket, but I certainly enjoy being able to make them pay, when I do get out of there."
@KCChiefs_Reid "what're your favorite things about this team and this city?"— How Bout Them Chiefs (@KennyCember) December 26, 2013
"This team has a bunch of selfless guys that play for each other and are happy for each other, when things go well. It's fun. It makes it fun coming to work every day. It makes it fun playing hard for the guy next to you."