The Chiefs got off to a rough start Sunday in Super Bowl LVIII, running just seven plays in the first quarter against the San Francisco 49ers at Allegiant Stadium.
But they appeared to get a spark when quarterback Patrick Mahomes completed a 53-yard pass to Mecole Hardman. That moved the ball to the 49ers’ 9-yard line, but just as quickly as the Chiefs did something good, they turned it over.
Running back Isiah Pacheco fumbled on the very next play and San Francisco’s Javon Hargrave recovered the ball.
Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce was infuriated and approached coach Andy Reid after the turnover. Kelce yelled at Reid and bumped into his coach, who didn’t see the tight end coming.
Running back Jerick McKinnon acted quickly and pulled Kelce away from Reid. During the ensuing commercial break, Kelce had his helmet off and paced the sideline as he appeared to be attempting to cool down his emotions.