Chiefs' Kelce: 'My mom can't lose' with both sons in Super Bowl
Super Bowl LVIII will be an emotional matchup for the Kelce family, as Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce and Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce become the first brothers to play against each other in the big game.
As Travis sees it, the game will be a win-win situation for their mother, Donna.
"My mom can't lose. I'll just leave it at that," Travis said after the Chiefs' AFC championship win Sunday, according to KMBC 9. "It's gonna be an amazing feeling playing against him, and obviously I respect everybody over there in the Eagles organization and you won't see me talking too much trash because of how much respect and how much I love my brother, but it's definitely gonna be an emotional game."
Donna was recently asked about her sons potentially meeting in the Super Bowl, and she admitted it would be stressful.
"I would root for the offense," Donna said, according to Adam Kilgore of the Washington Post.
The Kelce brothers are both in search of their second Super Bowl rings. Travis, 33, won his first ring in 2020, while the 35-year-old Jason got his in 2018.
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