Andy Reid and Travis Kelce reduced the shock they had in the first half of Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas. The head coach and the tight end were arguing on the sideline when the San Francisco 49ers They are above them on the scoreboard.
Given the desperation that the Chiefs couldn’t impose the conditions and had a good first half, Kelce approached Reid to yell at him, a situation that was described by the broadcast and by all the photographers gathered in Allegiant Stadium.
“I was off balance because I didn’t see (laughs). He told me to put it in and he would score. I love him. “It keeps me young,” he said. Andy Reid in a press conference after he added his third title Super Bowl avoided talking more about the dispute.
it’s the same Travis Kelce He also didn’t want to talk about what happened to his head coach when his team was down on the scoreboard and they couldn’t find the answers to get the Niners back on track in the first half.
“I’ll keep it between us. “I just told him how much I love him,” said Kelce NFL Primetime.
Despite everything, Reid remains optimistic and happy with the fact that they won the championship twice in the NFL–the previous campaign they won against Philadelphia Eagles 35-38 and now theyturnedn it aroundwith San Francisco 22-25–.
“It’s a bit surreal to be a two-time champion. League franchises are rare. I don’t know anything about the dynasty, you tell me that. A great victory because I know how difficult it is to achieve. I’m proud that the players are sticking together. The offense and defense are growing and we have great leaders like Patrick and Travis and they are passionate. I like that. “They made me feel like a kid,” Reid said.
“We are competitive and the level of this league is amazing. To see guys focused on that I appreciate it. I appreciate the first one because it took me so long to get there, but now I’m also grateful every day for this honor that I earned and that the owners gave me. “It feels good and we have a great team of coaches.”