Jason Kelce Calls Travis Kelce Out For His Super Bowl Behavior

Travis Kelce recently faced criticism for his behavior towards his coach, Andy Reid, during the Super Bowl. Speaking on their podcast, Travis’ brother Jason didn’t mince his words, telling him, “You crossed a line, I think we can both agree on that.” Travis acknowledged his mistake, admitting that he allowed his emotions to get the better of him in the heat of the moment.

“I can’t get that fired up to the point where it’s getting him off balance,” Travis said. “When he stumbled, I was just like, ‘Oh s–t,’ in my head.” Despite his outburst, Travis emphasized his love for Coach Reid and his gratitude for being a product of Reid’s coaching. He also acknowledged that controlling his emotions has been a challenge throughout his career.

Travis shared, “I’m not playing for anybody else but Big Red—if he calls it quits this year, I’m out there with him. I got a certain relationship with him, he’s checked me a few times, and I just wanted to let him know that I wanted this thing, and he can put it on me and I got him. It just came at a moment when we weren’t playing very well. And sometimes my emotions get away from me, that’s been the battle of my career.”

Despite the incident, Travis and Coach Reid have since spoken and laughed about it. Travis expressed his pride in being Coach Reid’s product on the field and the progress the team has made since he joined in 2013. He reassured everyone that his passion might come across as negativity but it stems from his strong desire to win.

A Passionate Moment: Travis Kelce’s Outburst in the Super Bowl

Parents were upset by a moment during the Super Bowl when Travis Kelce was caught on camera yelling at Coach Andy Reid. Some even believed that Travis should have been benched for his behavior. Comments flooded in, criticizing Travis and calling for him to show more respect for Coach Reid.

However, a few defenders argued that emotions run high in the Super Bowl, and conflicts like these are not uncommon on the sidelines. They believed that Travis and Coach Reid would reconcile after the game.

After their victory, Coach Reid revealed that the incident was not personal. During a post-game interview, he laughed and explained, “He caught me when I wasn’t looking. He didn’t know I was going to go that far.” Coach Reid added that Travis recognized his mistake and came over to apologize and give him a hug. “He just wants to be on the field and he wants to play. And so there is nobody I get better than I get him,” Coach Reid said.

When Travis was asked about the incident, he preferred to keep the details private, simply stating that he was expressing his love for Coach Reid.