Jason Kelce could feel his brother’s pain.
Monday night meant one Kelce brother had to win, and the other had to lose.
This time, it was Travis Kelce’s turn as the Philadelphia Eagles staged a comeback, winning 21-17.
Following the game, All-Pro tight end Travis and the Kansas City Chiefs had a brief conversation with the media in the locker room. According to a reporter’s estimate, Travis spoke for a full 40 seconds.
Eagles All-Pro center Jason Kelce had a brief post-game exchange with his brother, similar to his own style.
Jason said, “Whenever, after the game, nobody really wants to talk much.” “I think, if he’s anything like me, in some ways, you’re happy for your brother. Knowing how the game ended for him, he’s probably beating himself up pretty good right now.”
Travis caught a 4-yard touchdown pass from Patrick Mahomes at the end of the second quarter, putting the Chiefs ahead 14-7. However, a mishap in the red zone in the fourth quarter cost them a scoring opportunity. Additionally, due to double coverage throughout the game, he did not catch a single pass in the first quarter and snagged seven catches for 44 yards in total. He also threw a pass on the Chiefs’ final drive.
Jason said, “We’ll talk at the end of the week.” “It was a tough battle. Both sides made a lot of mistakes. The clock ran out. It could have gone either way.”
The older brother knows. The last time the two brothers played against each other, Jason faced a defeat in Super Bowl 57. Reflecting on those days, Jason mentioned that after that setback, he had to join his brother in their popular podcast, “New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce.” They co-host the podcast.
Jason said, “We’ve had ups and downs in our lives.”