In his first game against his big brother since 2017, Travis Kelce is set for a big performance against the Eagles in a bid to bring Kansas City back to .500. He leads the Chiefs in receptions, receiving yards and touchdowns heading into week four, and is instrumental in keeping all three of their previous games close. Another big achievement could see Kelce at the top of the league’s leaderboards in almost every major statistic receiving category, and he has plenty of motivation in this game given the situation.
Much of the talk leading up to this tight end scrum has centered around the impending “Kelce Bowl” set to take place on Sunday against his brother, Jason, who is the starting center in Philadelphia. While they won’t be competing against each other on the field, both will certainly work extra hard to lead their team to victory and brag until their next encounter.