After winning the 2024 Super Bowl and celebrating his victory, Travis Kelce has stated that he is feeling like a "trainwreck."

Travis Kelce is feeling every minute of the 2024 Super Bowl—four quarters and overtime. The 34-year-old Kansas City Chiefs tight end said on his New Heights podcast with brother Jason Kelce that he was in pain after the Super Bowl win over the San Francisco 49ers in overtime.

Travis responded, “I feel like I just got in a trainwreck, man,” when Jason asked him how he felt post-game. It was a physical game, man.” “That was a physical post-game too!,” Jason, 36, said, referring to videos of Travis dancing with Taylor Swift and his squad in Las Vegas after the game.

Despite his aches, Travis said he wouldn't have done it any other way because his team won their third Super Bowl. “That was five quarters of hard-nose football, and it was worth every discomfort and pain I woke up to today,” Travis added. “I couldn't be happier for the guys, man.”

He said, “We really rallied together for five quarters, man.” “We just locked in and worked harder in the second half of the season, and it paid off. Nothing better.” Jason added that Travis inspired his squad to play their best the night before the game with a speech.

Despite his aches, Travis said he wouldn't have done it any other way because his team won their third Super Bowl. “That was five quarters of hard-nose football, and it was worth every discomfort and pain I woke up to today,” Travis added. “I couldn't be happier for the guys, man.”

I told him we had the formula. We solved it, claimed the NFL player. “We play our best when we come out and play physical, set the tone, and finish the game in control of the pace and tempo.”

Travis said, “I just wanted to come out of that meeting knowing that everyone has my best interest and my passion.” “And if you can feed off that, feed off that baby and let's play for each other man.”

In an interview with Good Morning America earlier this week, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, 28, discussed his thoughts after throwing the ball to Mecole Hardman for a winning touchdown.

“It was just all emotion, man,” he added. “I fell because I was running and didn't know where to go. This moment will always be remembered.” NFL star told GMA hosts he won't let three Super Bowl titles stop him and his team from accomplishing more.

“I mean obviously we’ve had a great start and a great run, and we’ve done a lot of great things, but we’ve got a long ways to go,” Mahomes said. “So I think if I have the mindset to improve every day I play.”

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