April 19, 2024

Travis Kelce, the Kansas City Chiefs’ standout tight end, dropped a bombshell on why he decided to sit out last week’s game against the Chargers.

This Saturday at 8 p.m., the Kansas City Chiefs will face the Miami Dolphins in the first round of the NFL Playoffs. Saturday’s weather is anticipated to be bitterly cold, with temperatures falling below ten degrees.

Chris Jones of the Kansas City Chiefs reached a sack-related milestone last weekend, prompting his amusing reaction. Coach Andy Reid was blunt about what might be a record frigid day in Kansas City this Saturday.

Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs took to the airways of his and his brother Jason’s podcast ‘New Heights’ on Wednesday to explain his choice to sit out his team’s game against the Chargers, letting go with an NSFW comment.

Kelce’s Reaction to Losing His ‘Record’

Kelce needed only 16 yards to continue his 1,000-yard season run, which began in 2016.

He chose to sit out against the Los Angeles Chargers, bringing his run to an end.

According to the podcast’s Wednesday episode, Kelce didn’t care about the record and instead wanted to see things from a fresh perspective.

“It just didn’t feel right in my gut,” Kelce admitted. “If I can get some rest going into next week, stay off the turf out in LA, and just avoid some hits man, I’m all for that.”

“I don’t give a s— about the record,” Travis Kelce stated when asked if ‘extending’ his 1,000-yard streak was important to him.

 

Travis Kelce

 

“It’s an arbitrary number,” Jason Kelce added after his brother’s initial comments.

Saturday, the Chiefs’ playoff dynasty is on the line.

The Chiefs haven’t lost their first playoff game since losing to the Tennessee Titans in 2017 under Coach Andy Reid, and have won two or more playoff games in each of the last four NFL Playoff seasons.

Their challenge is daunting against Tua Tagovailoa, Tyreek Hill, Mike McDaniel, and the Dolphins, who should provide intriguing entertainment by the time kickoff arrives.

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