The Philadelphia Eagles center shared his post-game thoughts on the field following the AFC championship game, in which the Chiefs defeated the Baltimore Ravens, 17-10
Jason Kelce shared his thoughts on the field after the AFC championship game, in which his brother Travis Kelce and the Chiefs defeated the Baltimore Ravens
Wearing a Chiefs-colored floral button-down over a “Big Yeti” shirt and a Chiefs beanie hat, Kelce's garb was a stark contrast to his bare-chested look at the Chiefs-Bills game on Jan. 21
The Philadelphia Eagles star said he's "unbelievably happy" about the outcome of Sunday's game, and that he's looking forward to watching the Super Bowl in Las Vegas
Jason Kelce is one happy big brother!
On the field following the Kansas City Chiefs’ AFC conference championship win over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, the Philadelphia Eagles center told reporters that he has nothing but kudos for Travis Kelce’s team.
“There’s something about [Chiefs head coach] Andy Reid, there’s something about Travis Kelce, something about Pat Mahomes, and their defense showed up today it really did,” Jason, 36, said. “They’ve been great all year long, they’re tough with playing arguably the best quarterback in the league this year in Lamar Jackson and they showed up.”
Wearing a Chiefs-colored floral button-down over a “Big Yeti” shirt and a Chiefs beanie hat — a stark contrast to his bare-chested look at the Chiefs-Bills game on Jan. 21 — the Eagles star was seemingly content to watch the game unfurl with few distractions.
In the tough game — what soon-to-be league MVP Jackson said last week was a “heavyweight matchup” against Mahomes — Kelce said there were no certainties going in.
“I don’t think anybody knew how this game was gonna go,” Kelce said. “I think anybody that saw it, whenever you’re in the conference championships, you know it could go either way.”
But he credited his brother’s “talented” and “well-coached” team — something he knows about, having played two years for Reid when he was the coach was in Philadelphia.
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“There's something about the team, the chemistry, the camaraderie, that you really saw tonight,” Kelce added.
“They’re in the dance, they’re in the show,” he said. “It is so hard to make it to the Super Bowl, they’ve been in what, four of the last six? So it’s remarkable to think of how good they’ve been in this tenure since Pat Mahomes has taken over and obviously unbelievably happy for them, unbelievably happy for Andy, and I can’t wait to be in Vegas and watch this matchup.”
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