The Kelce Bowl


Photo by Ed Zurga.

“My mom can’t lose,” said Travis Kelce.

Aaron Lecorchick, Editor

Jason and Travis Kelce will make Super Bowl history on Feb. 12, 2023, in Glendale, AZ as the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs will clash in a much anticipated matchup. They will become the first set of brothers to play against each other in the Super Bowl.

The brothers’ competitiveness is through the roof, and they are both some of the most accomplished players in the NFL as Jason is one of the best centers in football and Travis is a record-breaking tight end.

“They were very, very competitive from a very early age,” their mom Donna Kelce explained.

Both teams entered the playoffs as the one seeds from their respective divisions with the same record of 14-3. Each team is led by an MVP caliber quarterback, Chief’s Patrick Mahomes and Eagle’s  Jalen Hurts. Both will certainly be in the running for the award this year leading their explosive and dynamic offensives. The Eagles open as the favorites, due to the Chiefs being banged up with injuries on both sides of the ball. The favorite has a record of 39-17 in the Super Bowl.