jason kelseyPhiladelphia Eagles pick up quick win against brother travis kelsKansas City Chiefs.
The teams met at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City on Monday, November 20 for the first time since the Chiefs’ victory against the Eagles in Super Bowl LVII in February. After a close game, Philadelphia ultimately won 21–17, marking the first time that 36-year-old Jason has defeated 34-year-old Travis since they joined their respective teams.
Going into the game, both the Chiefs and Eagles were at the top of their divisions. Chiefs take early lead justin watson Scored the first goal for the team. eagles star d’andre swift Tied the game by rushing 33 yards, including a 4-yard touchdown rush.
Travis – a tight end for the Chiefs – caught a short pass from the quarterback to give his team the lead again. patrick mahomes, giving his team a 10-point lead before halftime. However, a revived jalen hurts He returned to the field for a rushing touchdown in the third quarter, giving his team a lead of only three points.
Hurts throws the football in the fourth quarter devonta smith That led to the Eagles scoring another touchdown to put them on top. Despite the Chiefs’ offensive effort, the Eagles’ defense prevented the 28-year-old Mahomes and his team from scoring again other than 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 were victorious in February, defeating the Eagles 38–35.
Before the game, Travis, 34, and Jason, 36 — who is the Eagles’ center — discussed on their “New Heights” podcast that the Eagles have never beaten the Chiefs since the brothers — who are about to go head-to-head First there were brothers and sisters. In the Super Bowl – joined their respective teams.
“I don’t really think of it as a Super Bowl rematch,” Travis said of the November rematch. “I think of it as the Kansas City Chiefs versus the Philadelphia Eagles in 2023. Both teams are different than last year, no matter how similar they are, they are never the same. I think about it this way – it has nothing to do with what happened a year ago. Well, I guess not even a year has passed.
While he consistently loses every time they face each other, Jason said they both “really love” playing against each other and having their loved ones come together for the big event.
“I think there’s a lot of familiarity between the two organizations,” Jason explained. “There are a lot of friends and family that get excited and get to see a game that the two of us are playing in. So it all means a lot to us and we enjoy it all week long.”