In the most recent on-field match between the siblings, the Eagles ended 27-17, taking the lead in the second half and managing to prevent the Travis team from winning five games.
Even though Travis scored a touchdown in the first half, his brother’s team ultimately outperformed the Chiefs. While scoring 14 more points in the second half, the Eagles were able to completely shut out the Chiefs offense.
Right after the game, Jason and Travis ran into each other on the field. They hugged and laughed for a little while before Travis left and Jason went around saying hello to people.
While their mother Donna Kelce was briefly spotted in the suite during the second half of the game, the entire Kelce family was present for Travis and Jason’s big matchup. Taylor Swift, Travis’ lucky charm, was conspicuously absent from the game because she had a concert in Brazil.
Prior to the game on Monday, Donna made a number of appearances, including a Sunday visit to Raising Cane’s and Kylie’s field hockey camp for kids in Kansas City. She told PEOPLE before the game that she would wear her Hall of Fame-worthy split jacket, which is half Travis’s Chiefs red and half Jason’s Eagles colors.
She claimed to PEOPLE that her Super Bowl LVII wardrobe is currently housed in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, and that they “sent me my jacket back so I could wear it this one last time when they’re playing each other.”
This is only the fifth time that the Eagles and Chiefs have played with both siblings on the roster, despite the fact that the teams have faced off frequently throughout NFL history.
2013 saw the teams square off for the first time. But Travis suffered an injury during that game that kept him out of action.
The Chiefs and Eagles played again in 2017. Then in 2021, and most famously, in the Super Bowl of 2023—a game that some fans dubbed the Kelce Bowl.
In a recent New Heights podcast, Jason asked Travis if he enjoys playing against him. Travis responded, “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.”