There were a lot of storylines surrounding the Kansas City Chiefs heading into the Super Bowl.
The San Francisco 49ers were slight favorites in this game, an indication of what the public and Las Vegas sportsbooks thought about the Chiefs.
However, despite all of the odds stacked against them, the Chiefs found a way to win in overtime in one of the best Super Bowl games in recent history.
Travis Kelce was interviewed after the game by Scott Van Pelt from the NFL on ESPN, where he described his thoughts on winning the big game.
“Winning makes you feel like a little kid all over again, baby,” Kelce said.
"Winning makes you feel like a little kid all over again, baby."
— NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) February 12, 2024
This was evident by his postgame celebrations, as he was shown multiple times having fun with his teammates, trying to get the crowd to sing several things, including his famous “You gotta fight” line that he takes from the Beastie Boys.
Kelce was also shown postgame with his girlfriend, Taylor Swift, who was showcased several times throughout the game.
Some say that she provided extra inspiration for Kelce ahead of this game.
Whatever the reason was, Kelce had a fantastic game, one that he will remember for the foreseeable future.
His final stat line included nine catches for 93 yards.
While he didn’t have a touchdown in this game, he was a big part of why the Chiefs ended up winning, including the fact that he was a decoy on the game’s final play, where Mecole Hardman ended up scoring the game-winning touchdown.NEXT: Andy Reid Reveals Final Message To Team Before Super Bowl