Travis Kelce’s significant victory at the Super Bowl 2023 is being celebrated by Jason Kelce.
The brothers, who are the first twins in NFL history to compete for the Super Bowl, were certainly sports when Travis, 33, and his Kansas City Chiefs won 38-35 in the tense fourth quarter. Jason, 35, was clearly a good sport.
Jason gave his brother a strong hug after the game’s final whistle blew, declaring the Kansas City Chiefs the winners against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Even after Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes sustained an injury just under two minutes before halftime, the Chiefs came up with three significant offensive plays and three touchdowns in the second half to overcome their 14-21 halftime deficit. The Eagles scored another touchdown with little over five minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, tying the score 35-35 after converting a two-point attempt.
Harrison Butker, the Chiefs’ kicker, then made a field goal to secure a 38-35 victory.
The two separated so that the tight end could enjoy his joyous moment, hugging his teammates and cheering heartily for the cameras. Travis looked to mumble something encouraging in Jason’s ear as he responded to his brother’s words during their embrace.
The brothers hugged in the spirit of good competition prior to their Sunday NFL championship matchup.
Travis and Jason were both displayed on the Jumbotron during the playing of the National Anthem, with Travis’s face flowing with tears.