Breer: Midseason coach firings
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"Aw, hell nah, there goes that horse. I don't f--- with that horse. That horse," Berry told Chiefs teammates. "I gotta wait 'til that horse pass. I don't mess with horses bro, straight up. He might come over and throw a tantrum."
Any doubts about Berry's sincerity are erased later, when he abruptly exits a team huddle when that woman on the horse returns to his sight line.
"Hold up coach, that horse out there. That horse. She needs to go on ahead with that horse," Berry said. "I don't fool with no horses, boy. She needs to go ahead and drive that thing away. I'm not worried about the chick; I'm worried about that horse."
I know we're all supposed to have our fun with Berry here, but let's be honest: Horses are kind of terrifying. We've had horror movies about sharks, dogs, alligators, spiders, dinosaurs, snakes, apes, and birds.