- Kelce, 34, told the media after the team’s victory that his anger stemmed from the fact that he “wanted the result to be different.”
Kansas City Chiefs star Travis Kelce had nothing but praise for his coach Andy Reid after the tight end was seen yelling at the 65-year-old as the team lost at halftime to the San Francisco 49ers.
Kelce, 34, told media after the team’s victory that his anger stemmed from the fact that he “wanted the score to be different” and that Reid is “one of the best male leaders I’ve ever seen.” “. my life.’
The couple’s interaction sparked a meme storm on social media as viewers speculated about what was said. At one point it looked as if Kelce almost took down Reid.
He is one of the best male leaders I have ever seen. And he has helped me a lot with that, with channeling that emotion, with channeling that passion. “I owe my whole career to that guy and being able to control how emotional I get and just love him,” Kelce said.
For his part, Reid also downplayed the altercation.
“He caught me off balance. I wasn’t looking. He actually came up (and said), ‘Just put me in and I’ll score.’ I’ll score.’ So, that’s really what it was. I love that. It’s not the first time. I appreciate that.’
‘What I love is that he loves to play and wants to help his team win. It’s not something selfish. That’s not what it is. I understand that. No matter how much he clashes with me, I pursue him and we understand him. He just caught me off balance.
The scream heard ’round the world, Travis Kelce approached coach Andy Reid as the team battled the 49ers in the first half.
It was one of the first cases where Kelce went viral and it didn’t involve his girlfriend.
One night after Swift won the fourth Grammy of her career for album of the year last week, Kelce said he told her “I’d have to hold up my end of the deal and bring home some hardware too.”
Swift flew halfway around the world to see her boyfriend, who also said during opening night of Super Bowl week on Monday, “I want this more than I’ve ever wanted a Super Bowl in my life.”
“I’m going to move forward and enjoy this and everything that just happened,” he said. ‘This is a once in a lifetime opportunity and I have already been able to take advantage of it three times. It keeps getting sweeter and sweeter.
‘You know the goal has always been to get three. “But we couldn’t get here without getting those two and without having that goal on our back all year.”
This was the second bench incident involving Kelce and Reid this season.
During a game against the Raiders on Christmas Day, an angry Kelce stabbed Kelce’s helmet into the sideline, and when a staff member tried to give it back to the tight end so he could take the field, Reid grabbed the helmet and refused to give it to him. back.