Pro Lip Reader Reveals Exactly What Travis Kelce Screamed At Andy Reid During Heated Sideline Argument At Super Bowl 58
During the second quarter of the Super Bowl, Isiah Pacheco fumbled inside the red zone when Travis Kelce wasn’t on the field and he was not happy about it.
The Chiefs tight end ran over to head coach Andy Reid and screamed at him. Kelce bumped the 65-year-old Chiefs coach back a few steps.
Even with the moment slowed down in replay, it was hard to tell what Kelce said to Reid.
A professional lip reader has figured it out:
“Keep me in. You (expletive)! I’m calm now!” Kelce said to his coach, according to The Daily Mail.
After Kansas City rallied to beat the 49ers in overtime of the Super Bowl, Travis Kelce and Andy Reid both addressed a viral confrontation between the two of them.
Reid downplayed the moment in his comments after the game, saying that Kelce caught him off balance and “normally I’d give him a little bit, but I didn’t have any feet under me.”
The Chiefs coach shared that Kelce also apologized after the incident.
“He came over and gave me a hug, said ‘sorry about that.’ He just wants to be on the field … He’s a competitive kid, and he loves to play. He makes me feel young.”
“You guys saw that?” Kelce stated during ESPN’s postgame show. “I’m going to keep it between us unless my mic’d up tells the world. I was just telling him how much I loved him.”
After one half, the Chiefs star had just one catch for 1 yard as they trailed 10-3. After the break and a splendid Usher show, Kelce came to life and finished with nine catches for 93 yards as his Chiefs won.
With his team-leading 93 receiving yards, Kelce became the third player in NFL history to lead three different Super Bowl champions in receiving yards, joining Jerry Rice and Michael Irvin.