Travis Kelce: Last year’s Super Bowl hurts more than any other loss, a sting I’ll feel the rest of my life

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Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce has some bad news for whoever loses Super Bowl LVI: You’ll never get over it.

Kelce said on PFT Live today that although it hurt to lose to the Bengals in this year’s AFC Championship Game, nothing hurt as much as losing last year’s Super Bowl. Kelce says that a Super Bowl loss hurts so much he doesn’t expect to get over it, ever.

“Getting there and losing it the way we did, that’s gonna sting for the rest of my life,” Kelce said.

The 32-year-old Kelce is showing no signs of slowing down, and he’s under contract to a loaded Chiefs team for four more seasons. There’s a good chance he’ll return to the Super Bowl, where perhaps with a win he may be able to alleviate some of that sting.

32 responses to “Travis Kelce: Last year’s Super Bowl hurts more than any other loss, a sting I’ll feel the rest of my life

  1. Won’t be loaded any longer, that window shuts as his and Mahomes’ and other contracts explode over the rest of his career.

  2. When your team is at the 4yrd line, you have to score a TD and not kick a FG or throw before the endzone.

  3. Guys like Kelce, Hill, Jones, Mathieu deserve one ring… but they do not deserve a dynasty.

  4. The whole team has the same MO..You strut and prance when things are going your way and then whine and seek sympathy at any opportunity when things don’t turn out as you planned.

  5. bucsfanfor5months says:
    February 11, 2022 at 3:09 pm
    Yea, Tampa did kind of crush them. Ending the KC one year dynasty.
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    Tampa no longer has a QB and but you’re claiming that the Chiefs, who’ve been to four straight AFC Championships and two Super Bowls, with one win, are a “One Year Dynasty”?

    LOL.

  6. Imagine how much would have stung if they lost a close game like well you know their last one.

  7. I don’t know, not having 3 starters on the offensive line against a good Bucs defenses is a lot easier to swallow that your QB just choosing not to get a TD to win the game against Cinci. 4 open receivers, clean pocket, does a spiny spin, still time to throw…. And he takes a sack fumble. All this after a seemingly purposeful interception and throwing to guys who he’s not thrown to all year.

    But, their 4 years that includes a SB win and hosting 4 consecutive championship games is far batter than anything Tampa has accomplished.

  8. I’m guessing what really hurts is Travis’ stomach from choking down so much humble pie.

  9. Love to see the salty tears from him. 1 year dynasty closed for good just like the Seahawks back in the old days LOLZZZ

  10. Is a good thing Mahomes and Kelce already have a ring as they might not get another one. AFC is loaded.

  11. Hence why it is that the Patriots now have busloads of haters pretty much everywhere outside of MetLife Stadium.

  12. Go Bucs is right as in go right back to being anonymously awful. One year fluky wonder. KC’s hosted four straight title games and gone to two of the last three SB’s. They will be back long before we hear again from the sorry Yucks.

  13. fordbw says:
    February 11, 2022 at 7:33 pm
    It should hurt. They stunk up the field against an inferior team.
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    “Inferior team” the SB ring and Lombardi trophy that will forever read KC 9 TB 31 says otherwise.

  14. Tampa no longer has a QB and but you’re claiming that the Chiefs, who’ve been to four straight AFC Championships and two Super Bowls, with one win, are a “One Year Dynasty”?

    LOL.
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    Well, considering in that run hey only have ONE title kinda proves that point. Literally no one expected or said Tampa was going to become a dynasty with old man Brady, but everyone said the opposite about Mahomes and the Chiefs. Pound your chest as much as you like about 4 straight AFC title appearances but 1 title is only 1 title.

  15. KC has the goods to win more SBs but their offensive arrogance comes thru at some of the worst times. Had they taken a guaranteed 3 pts right b4 halftime vs Cincy, we may looking at them as a possible dynasty.

  16. Dave Singleton says:
    February 11, 2022 at 7:49 pm
    Go Bucs is right as in go right back to being anonymously awful. One year fluky wonder. KC’s hosted four straight title games and gone to two of the last three SB’s. They will be back long before we hear again from the sorry Yucks

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    Let me know when KC makes it to 9 SBs in 18 years…until then, consider me unimpressed

  17. Ya, TB broke KC… All KC accomplished after being broken was hosting another championship game…. KC has 3 offensive lineman injured in the playoffs last year, none of them played in the SB and unknowing fans think they “broke” a team. Maybe a good Bucs d-line took advantage of a beat up like missing 60% of its starters. But common sense is hard for some.

  18. Just here for the “1 year dynasty” comments (I think we’re getting close to the 1 million milestone).

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