Jason KelseyThe Philadelphia Eagles pulled off a quick win over his brother Travis KelseyKansas City Chiefs.
The two teams face off on Monday, November 20 at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City for the first time since the Chiefs recorded a win over the Eagles in Super Bowl LVII in February. After a close match, Philadelphia eventually won 21 to 17, marking the first time that Jason (36 years old) had beaten Travis (34 years old) since they joined their team.
Coming into the game, both the Chiefs and Eagles were on top of their respective teams. The Chiefs took the lead early as Justin Watson Register for the team first. Star Eagles Dandre Swift He tied the game as he ran for 33 yards, including a 4-yard touchdown rush.
Travis – who is a tight end for the Chiefs – put his team back in front when he caught a short pass from the quarterback Patrick MahomesGiving their team a 10-point lead before the end of the first half. However, energizing Jalen hurts He returned to the field in the third quarter for a rushing touchdown that gave his team just a three-point lead.
In the fourth quarter, Hurts threw the football to Devonta Smith Which prompted the Eagles to score another touchdown to put the Eagles on top. Despite the Chiefs’ offense trying to make another play, the Eagles’ defense prevented Mahomes, 28, and his team from scoring again as well as several dropped passes.
Monday’s game was a rematch of Super Bowl LVII which was the last time the two teams faced each other. The Chiefs prevailed, beating the Eagles 38-35 in February.
Before the game, Travis, 34, and Jason, 36 — an Eagles center — discussed on their podcast New Heights that the Eagles had never beaten the Chiefs since the brothers — who were the first siblings to face off in the Super Bowl — joined their teams. .
“I don’t really think of it as a Super Bowl rematch,” Travis said of the November showdown. “I think of this like the Kansas City Chiefs vs. Philadelphia Eagles game in 2023. Both teams are different than they were last year. No matter how similar they are, it’s never the same. I think of it as if this doesn’t have a huge impact on what happened.” A year ago. Well, not even a year ago I think at this point.
While he constantly gets lost every time they face each other, Jason noted that the duo “really loves” playing against each other and bringing their loved ones together for the big event.
“I think there’s a lot of familiarity within both organizations,” Jason explained. “There are a lot of friends and family who get excited and watch one game that we play in. So it all means a lot to us and we will enjoy it all week long.”