In the second quarter of Sunday’s Super Bowl, Travis Kelce expressed his frustration with the Kansas City Chiefs’ offense. The team was struggling, and Kelce was visibly upset on the sidelines. He grabbed head coach Andy Reid and screamed at him, seemingly upset about not being in the game during a crucial red-zone play.
Kelce, known as one of the most dangerous red-zone weapons in football, had not logged a catch at that point in the game. This lack of involvement was clearly frustrating for him, especially given his successful history as Mahomes’ favorite target in previous Super Bowl wins.
The mounting frustration and rare discord on the Chiefs’ sideline were a result of both sides making mistakes, leading to points being at a premium early in the game. This led Kelce to express his frustration directly to his head coach, Andy Reid.
On a long pass from Patrick Mahomes to Mecole Hardman, the Chiefs had advanced to the 49ers’ 9-yard line after a long pass from Patrick Mahomes to Mecole Hardman. However, on the next play, Kelce was not on the field. Instead, tight end Noah Gray was in to block. This led to a run play for Isaiah Pacheco who fumbled