The brothers and their teams, the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles, faced off once again on Nov. 20. Which of the Kelces has the most wins against the other?
It was another Kelce showdown!
Though the teams have faced off many times throughout NFL history, with the Kelce brothers on the roster, they have played each other five times.
When Jason asked Travis on a recent episode of their New Heights podcast if he enjoys playing against him, Travis said it's "fun as hell, man."
"I enjoy just being in the NFL with you let alone when we actually get to share the field," he continued. "It brings all of our family, all of our friends together to watch one game. Outside of the score at the end, I know that ... I definitely have fun throughout every single game that we've ever played."
They first went head-to-head in 2013, however, Travis was sidelined with an injury. The next matchup was 2017, followed by 2021 and most notably, the 2023 Super Bowl, which some affectionately nicknamed the Kelce Bowl.
Here, see whose team won each time the Kelces played against each other.
2023: A November Game in Kansas City
The streak is over! After lamenting on a November episode of New Heights that "We have never beaten the Chiefs in my tenure with the Philadelphia Eagles," Jason and his Eagles teammates went on to win on Nov. 20, 27-17.
Immediately after the game, Jason and Travis found each other on the field, where they had a brief interaction, sharing an embrace and a laugh before Travis continued on and Jason walked around to greet people on the field.
On New Heights, Jason spoke about the attention that surrounds the brothers anytime their teams do play each other, calling it "a lot," especially from a media standpoint.
However, "We genuinely love playing against each other," he added. "There's a lot of familiarity within both organizations, there's a lot of our friends and family that get excited and get to watch one game where both of us are playing. So all of that means a lot to us and we get to enjoy that for the entire week."
2023: Super Bowl LVII
In an intense battle of the best, Travis's Kansas City Chiefs ended up besting Jason's Philadelphia Eagles, 38-35, during Super Bowl LVII in Glendale, Arizona, this past February.
"So, still sucked. Proud of my team, my guys," Jason said on an episode of the brothers' New Heights podcast days later. "Sorry, Philadelphia that we couldn't f—ing get it done."
He added to Travis, "But happy for you guys and, you know, that's the way it goes sometimes."
The younger Kelce was emotional in a post-game interview, saying it was a "weird feeling" to beat his big brother.
"There's nothing really I can say to him other than I love him and he played a hell of a year, a hell of a season," Travis said, per Sports Illustrated.
2021: An October Game in Philadelphia
The game marked Jason's 109th consecutive NFL start, according to the AP. It was a quieter game for Travis, who had four catches for 23 yards, but the AP joked his "acting skills were on display" when he played decoy on a special Mahomes play.
2017: A September Game in Kansas City
Travis scored an important touchdown in this regular season game that saw the Chiefs win against the Eagles at home, 27-20.
The Kelces' teams first faced off in 2013, however, Travis didn't play due to a knee injury. The Chiefs did win that one in Philadelphia, 26-16.
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