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Movies Super Bowl LVIII - Kansas City Chiefs Beat 49ers 25-22 in Overtime

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Super Bowl 2024: Chiefs Fight Back to Beat 49ers 25-22 in Overtime For Repeat Super Bowl Title

Super Bowl 2024: Travis Kelce brushes off quiet first half, noisy sideline outburst at Andy Reid and the 49ers to help lift the Chiefs to their THIRD title in five years

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Travis Kelce was nearly silent in the first half, recording just a single catch. An irate Kelce was seen exploding at Chiefs head coach Andy Reid.

Kelce celebrates winning Super Bowl LVIII vs the San Francisco 49ers at Allegiant Stadium

Taylor Swift and Blake Lively are seen watching the Chiefs in front of Travis' brother Jason

For one half of Sundays' Super Bowl LVIII, Travis Kelce was conspicuously quiet.

With the notable exception of his furious sideline outburst at Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid, the only peep Kelce made over the first two quarters was a single catch on a single target for a single yard.

Then the man known to many as Mr. Taylor Swift started making noise. It wasn't overwhelming production nine catches for 93 yards but for the Chiefs and one of their emotional leaders, it was a turning point.

The San Francisco 49ers defense that had stifled Kansas City in the first half suddenly became vulnerable, the relentless pass rush of Nick Bosa and Chase Young slowed down somewhat, and the breaks that had been going against the Chiefs suddenly went in their favor.

By the end of regulation, Kelce was making a ruckus, barreling over 49ers defenders to set up the Chiefs' game-tying field goal to force overtime, where he picked up a key first down deep in 49ers territory.

That play - a gritty seven-yard gain down to the 49ers' 3-yard line - would set up Patrick Mahomes' game-winning touchdown pass to Mecole Hardman. And with the 25-22 victory in hand, Kelce and the Chiefs were champions for the third time in five years.

Kelce was almost invisible in the first half.

The 34-year-old tight end did have two nice blocks, one of which sprung Isiah Pacheco for a 10-yard gain.

But in lieu of catches and yardage, Kelce supplied some fire in the first half by getting into the face of 49ers defensive end Nick Bosa and even his own coach, Reid, during a momentary sideline outburst.

Ultimately, Kelce needed to be pulled away by teammate Jerrod McKinnon after appearing to grab Reid's arm during the outburst.

From appearances, Kelce was upset to be removed from the game on a play that ended in a Chiefs turnover (Pacheco's second-quarter fumble), but Reid didn't seem bothered by the incident and No. 87 was back on the field for the next possession.

That fire is nothing new to the Chiefs, who have been harnessing that enthusiasm since he burst into the league in 2013.

It's helped Kelce become an All-Pro and likely Hall of Famer. It's also why the Chiefs called upon Kelce to deliver an inspiring Saturday night speech to his teammates, some of whom were reportedly brought to tears.

'Not even close,'a Chiefs coach told SI.com's Albert Breer. 'The best talk/speech I've ever heard.'

The Super Bowl was nothing new for Kelce entering Sunday. This was his fourth appearance in five seasons, and while his romance with Swift has added an extra layer of media attention, he wasn't exactly an unknown before this season.

Kelce already held the tight end record for receiving yards in a Super Bowl, racking up 133 on 10 catches in the Chiefs' loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in three years earlier.

But he was nearly as impressive in Kansas City's two recent Super Bowl wins, recording a dozen catches for 124 yards and a pair of key touchdowns in wins over the 49ers (LIV) and Philadelphia Eagles (LVII).

Former President Donald Trump once AGAIN stuck his BIG mouth in and attempted to tap into the couples' palpable star power on Sunday morning with a social media post accusing Swift of somehow being disloyal to him, while saying Kelce 'may be a Liberal.'

If Republican presidential candidates' Truth Social post was an attempt to steal some of their spotlight for himself, it FAILED miserably.., it only worked until kickoff, by which point football fans and Swifties had better things to worry about.

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