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Travis Kelce Gets Frustrated, Runs Into Coach Andy Reid During Super Bowl LVIII

Travis Kelce Gets Frustrated, Runs Into Coach Andy Reid During Super Bowl LVIII

The Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers took to the field in the 2023 Super Bowl. Chiefs’ star tight end Travis Kelce brought all the hype after a career year. And after going public with pop music star Taylor Swift earlier this year, all eyes were on him.

But Kelce struggled in the first half, securing just one catch for one yard, way below his season average.

The Chiefs had opportunities to make waves in the first half and were in scoring position in the first half. Kelce was on the bench during a pivotal play in the second quarter. And during that play, the Chiefs fumbled in the red zone. After the turnover, Kelce went beast mode on his head coach Andy Reid.

Fans Sound Off on Travis Kelce Viral Moment

The Chiefs trailed heading into halftime trailing San Francisco 10-3. After putting on an offensive masterclass throughout the playoffs, the Chiefs were unable to get into the end zone in the first half. And Kelce’s lack of production played a big role in that. After a forgettable first half on Sunday, fans didn’t hold back on the Chiefs tight end.

“Travis Kelce was P***** that he got taken out of the game for the Isiah Pacheco fumble. Getting right in Andy Reid’s face,” one user said.

“TRAVIS KELCE JUST ASSAULTED ANDY REID GET THIS THUG OFF THE FIELD,” one user added.

“Up until 2 weeks ago, I liked Travis Kelce. After seeing what he did to Justin Tucker it really pissed me off…. Now, treating your own coach like this? Travis Kelce is an a——,” another user said.

Chiefs Star Reacts to Retirement Rumors

Kelce has carved out quite a career for himself in Kansas City. He has already won two Super Bowls with the Chiefs. If he can secure a third one this season, he could stake his claim as the greatest to play the position.
It brings about the thought of retirement.

But the Chiefs tight end says no matter what happens during this playoff run, he has no plans to walk away from the game any time soon.

“I have no reason to stop playing football, man. I love it. We still have success. Come in with the right mindset,” Kelce told reporters. “I have no desire to stop any time soon.”