For the first time in the history of the NFL, a momentous occasion occurred…an epic showdown between two brothers competing against each other in the Super Bowl. Travis Kelce, an illustrious tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs, and Jason Kelce, a celebrated center for the Philadelphia Eagles, took to the field with their parents looking on from Phoenix. The Chiefs emerged triumphant in a hard-fought battle that ended 38-35.
To commemorate this momentous event, Jason and Travis Kelce launched a groundbreaking podcast called “New Heights with Jason & Travis Kelce” which gives listeners an unprecedented glimpse into life as it unfolds within the NFL week by week. On Wednesday’s episode, they shared how emotional it was to have their parents there watching them play in this historic game. With tears streaming down their faces, they discussed how proud they were to make their family proud and how surreal it was to be playing against each other on such a grand stage.
The event was truly remarkable as no other siblings had ever faced off against each other in the Super Bowl before. It provided fans with a unique opportunity to view brotherly love and competition firsthand, something that won’t be forgotten anytime soon. The magnitude of what happened on that special day will stay with both brothers forever and provide them with motivation for years to come.
“The moment I saw Mom is when I got really emotional because, man, it was so awesome,” Jason Kelce said before pausing to compose himself.
“It was awesome … she was on top of the world for a week,” Jason Kelce continued before Travis Kelce added a tearful, “She was the heavyweight champ, man.”
“She was on top of it, and she shined the whole time, man, and that was the coolest part,” Travis Kelce continued. “Mom, you absolutely killed it. Dad, you’ve been killin’ it.”
“Yep,” Jason Kelce agreed, adding that “it was just so cool, man, to see … her get to celebrate in that with us.”
“Yeah, I’m with you, brother,” Travis Kelce added.
“It was an awesome moment. Just so happy for her, and just so happy that she got her moment, and Dad got his,” Jason Kelce continued.
“Ironically, you lose a Super Bowl, and you’re crying after the game, and they’re not tears of sadness; they’re tears of joy,” Jason Kelce said.
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— New Heights (@newheightshow) February 15, 2023