Jason Kelce reacted after seeing his little brother Travis Kelce will play him in the Super Bowl.
Jason Kelce’s Eagles won the NFC earlier in the day by clobbering the San Francisco 49ers at home. A few hours later, Travis Kelce’s Chiefs won a hard-fought battle that went down to the wire with the Cincinnati Bengals. While both brothers are destined for Canton, we all know where Jason Kelce’s allegiances lie. The bigger question is if their parents will be wearing split jerseys…
As expected, Jason Kelce has hopped off the Chiefs Kingdom bandwagon to fly with the Birds.
Jason Kelce hopes to beat his little brother Travis Kelce’s team in the Super Bowl
Roughly a decade ago, we had the Harbaugh Bowl between brothers Jim and John in New Orleans. The lights went out at halftime, which propelled John Harbaugh’s Baltimore Ravens over Jim Harbaugh’s Michigan Wolverines. While Jason Kelce won his first Super Bowl first in 2017 with the Eagles, his younger brother Travis matched him in the Lombardi department with the 2019 Chiefs.
Given that the Kelce Brothers are firmly in their 30s, they have to take advantage of every last opportunity they have left in the postseason. Jason may be a tad older than Travis, but he seems to play in the easier of the NFL‘s two conference at this point in time. Travis is fortunate to have arguably the greatest quarterback talent of his generation in Patrick Mahomes throwing to him.
Overall, we will have two weeks to mull over all things Kelce, and all things Super Bowl. A second Super Bowl would even further cement the legacies of notable Chiefs such as Kelce, Mahomes and head coach Andy Reid. Should the Eagles win, it will be a coronation of sorts for quarterback Jalen Hurts and head coach Nick Sirianni. As for Jason Kelce, his spot in Canton will be a complete lock.
After this game, hopefully they can still be friends, but at the very worst, they are still brothers.