It will be Travis Kelce vs. Jason Kelce at Super Bowl LVII

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The Chiefs and Eagles are heading to the Super Bowl and that will make for some tough choices in the Kelce family.

Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce and Eagles center Jason Kelce will be on opposite sides in Arizona on February 12 as they both look for the second Super Bowl win of their career. It’s the most prominent battle of brothers in the Super Bowl since Ravens head coach John Harbaugh and 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh faced off after the 2012 season.

Jason Kelce touched on the possibility of facing his brother after the Eagles’ 31-7 win over the 49ers on Sunday.

“Yup, I have a Kansas City sweatshirt that I will wear for the next three hours and that’s it for the rest of the year,” Kelce said. “Win or lose, I am done being a Chiefs fan in three hours. I am looking forward to see who wins that one. They are two really good teams. Not trying to get my hopes up, but we’ll see who we are playing.”

The Kelce vs. Kelce angle promises to join Andy Reid facing the Eagles as exceedingly well-covered angles over the next couple of weeks.

16 responses to “It will be Travis Kelce vs. Jason Kelce at Super Bowl LVII

  1. They touched on this topic on their podcast in October. Momma Kelce is going for Jason since he’s her favorite because he has the grandkids.

  2. According to Steve Kornacki, Jason has a douche factor that’s 10x less than Travis.

    I second that observation.

  3. Jason Kelce is pretty obnoxious when he WINs a Super Bowl….looking forward to seeing him doing it again ! Travis won’t be able to take it , and probably won’t come over for thanksgiving dinner for a few years…

  4. Both starting QB’s played their high school football in Texas.
    Hurts played at Channelview HS.
    Mahomes played at Whitehouse HS.

  5. Maybe we’ll see Travis get into his older brother’s feels this week and watch Jason storm off set. Again.

  6. The league got the game they wanted. Niners vs Eagles wouldn’t have half the viewers of Chiefs vs Eagles so out came the yellow laundry at in opportune moments. Protect the shield and the money

  7. I’ve always have been salty about how Andy was let go, due to the poor final season where he lost his son just before preseason started. How do you recover? from the loss,and a poor season, going to a new job? Andy picked himself up and built another perennial contender…just very glad that in the end, he will be in the Super Bowl, facing the Eagles, who also recovered from the losss of Andy. Should he continue to have the same type of success, year in and year out, he will have 2nd or third most wins of the NFL coaching fraternity, of all time. Pretty darn good. Good luck to both teams, hope it is a great game!

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