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Super Bowl LVIII's best off-field moments as told by social media - ESPN

There are 206 days to go until the 2024 NFL regular season kicks off.

The Kansas City Chiefs' road to back-to-back Super Bowl titles is complete after defeating the San Francisco 49ers in a 25-22 overtime thriller.

Super Bowl LVIII had fans at the edge of their seats during the action on the field, but the off-field activity left viewers hopping on social media.

For many, the thought of who Usher would bring out during his Apple Music Super Bowl LVIII Halftime Show kept them intrigued, hoping to catch any hints of how the performance would shape up.

As much of a fan favorite as Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce is, eyes were also on the Super Bowl champion's older brother, Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce, to see if he would engage in memorable antics with the fans.

Here are the moments that had the internet talking during Super Bowl Sunday:

Are Andy Reid and Travis Kelce OK?

Kelce didn't seem too happy after the 49ers forced a Chiefs turnover. He jarred at Reid, which threw the Chiefs coach off-balance. But after winning the Super Bowl, Kelce told ESPN he was «just telling him how much I love him.»

Travis Kelce and Patrick Mahomes discuss a heated moment Kelce had with coach Andy Reid on the sideline during the Super Bowl.

Usher's halftime performance

Usher told us weeks before his big performance he was coming with the heat and a show that honored Black artists. Though there was plenty of speculation about whom the artist would bring out, his lineup didn't disappoint.

Jackson State University's Sonic Boom of the South marching band along with two members of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. joined Usher to perform «Love in This Club» before he reintroduced us to a heartfelt duet of «My Boo» with Alicia Keys.