Fans React To What A Mic’d Up Travis Kelce Said Before Game Winning Touchdown Against The Bills

Micd Up Travis Kelce Before Game Winning Touchdown Against The Bills

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  • NFL Films had Travis Kelce mic’d up during Sunday’s game against the Buffalo Bills.
  • Listen to what the tight end told Patrick Mahomes on the sidelines just before scoring the game winning touchdown.
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While it wasn’t exactly Evan McPherson calling his shot, Travis Kelce came pretty darn close with what he had to say on the sidelines just prior to scoring the game winning touchdown on Sunday.

After 25 points combined following the two-minute warning, the Kansas City Chiefs won the coin toss to begin overtime.

On the sidelines, after coming back not once, but twice in the last 62 seconds of the game, Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce wanted the game to finally come to an end.

Responding to his quarterback Patrick Mahomes, a frustrated-looking Kelce shouted, “End this sh-t! End this sh-t!”

Which, as we all know, they did when Mahomes hooked up with him for a game winning 8-yard touchdown pass.

After making the catch, Kelce, while getting mobbed by Mahomes and his other Chiefs teammates, shouted, “Greatness, dog! Greatest! Great ball! Great… ball!”

Later, Kelce was calling “Game” to his teammates and added, “60. 60 plus minutes. Count on me, dog!”

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NFL fans loved what Travis Kelce had to say

It was without a doubt one of the greatest moments in one of the greatest games in NFL history.

Interestingly, that was at least the second time that Kelce and Mahomes audibly called their shot during the game.

Down 36 to 33 with eight seconds left, Mahomes could be heard yelling “Do it, Kels!” before snapping the ball and hitting his tight end for a 25-yard gain that set up the game-tying field goal.

“He wasn’t necessarily supposed to do that, but after the timeout, we got a look at what the defense was doing,” Mahomes said about the play. “He actually said it to me. He said, ‘Hey, if they do it again, I’m going to take it right down the middle between both guys guarding me. He went up the field, I gave him the ball, and we got into field goal range.”

Incredible.