Jason Kelce Had The Best Message For His Brother, Travis, After The Chiefs’ Super Bowl Win

Jason and Travis Kelce shake hands.

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Brothers Jason and Travis Kelce squared off on opposite sides of the field in Super Bowl LVII as the Eagles took on the Chiefs. After the game, Jason had the best possible message for his younger sibling.

He was congratulatory following Kansas City’s title win, but he relayed that praise in a way only a brother would.

KC and Philly played one of the more entertaining Super Bowls in recent memory. The favored Eagles led the majority of the way, jumping out to a 10-point halftime lead. That lead held strong up until the fourth quarter of play, when Patrick Mahomes willed his team back.

Kansas City grabbed its first lead of the game at 28-27, and they’d eventually escape with a 38-35 victory.

The Kelce brothers played a large role in that outcome, with each helping their respective offenses light up the scoreboard. Jason, the Eagles’ center, played every snap while helping protect quarterback Jalen Hurts from the opposing pass rush. He also paved the way for Hurts’s three rushing scores.

On the other end, Travis hauled in six catches for a team-high 81 yards. He recorded a touchdown reception, helping him and Patrick Mahomes move within one score of Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski’s all-time playoff mark.

When all was said and done, the Eagles came up just short of a Super Bowl championship. After the game, Jason Kelce had a message for his brother, Travis.

Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer posted that message on Twitter Monday morning.

“I don’t know, maybe it hasn’t hit me yet. I was real emotional when I saw my Mom and Dad. Trav — I was not too emotional, obviously. ‘F— you, congratulations.’ Nah, I think it’s awesome.

“It was an awesome two weeks for my family. Really happy for Trav, the Chiefs.”

The response was great to see. We’ll see if it’s the last time the brothers face off on the football field as Jason Kelce has to decide on his NFL future.

After wrapping up his 12th professional season, he remains unsure about his pending retirement decision. If he does decide to hang it up, NFL fans will still be able to catch the Kelce brother duo on their New Heights podcast.

Jason, despite having lost the Super Bowl matchup, is still happy for Travis and the Chiefs.