When the Super Bowl kicks off in less than two weeks, Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce and Eagles center Jason Kelce will become the first brother duo to meet in Super Bowl history.
Both brothers received All-Pro First Team honors this month and have a chance to win a second Super Bowl ring after helping their team secure conference championships last week.
During a last-second win over the Bengals on Sunday night, Travis broke the record for most receiving yards by a tight end in postseason history after surpassing Rob Gronkowski.
The former Bearcat brothers will continue to get a lot of attention as the Super Bowl approaches with kick off set for 6:30 PM on Sunday, February 12 at State Farm Stadium in Arizona.
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With both franchises looking to win a second title in the last six years, the Eagles opened as 2-point favorites according to WynnBET. The over/under was placed at 49.5 total points.
In addition to the Kelce brothers combining for nine All-Pro First Team selections in the last decade, Travis was one of just two players to be unanimous selections this season.
Jason was named an All-Pro First Team member for the fifth time in six years after not allowing one sack or quarterback hit and helping the Eagles to an NFL-best 15-3 record.
Travis secured his fourth All-Pro First Team with 110 catches for 1,338 receiving yards and 12 touchdowns, highlighted by a four-touchdown performance against the Raiders in October.