Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce's shouting at head coach Andy Reid during the Super Bowl was simply an expression of his competitive spirit, according to a source. As the Chiefs trailed the San Francisco 49ers in the second quarter, Kelce became visibly frustrated after a fumble. In a video, he can be seen yelling in Reid's face and bumping into him, with teammate Jerick McKinnon holding him back. However, the source dismissed any suggestion of animosity between player and coach, explaining that Kelce is a passionate player who respects Reid. After the game, Kelce stated that he was expressing his love for Reid. Despite their early deficit, the Chiefs made a remarkable comeback to win the game and secure their fourth Super Bowl title, with Kelce's contribution of nine catches for 93 receiving yards playing a crucial role in their victory.