The "Kelce Bowl" went to younger brother Travis Kelce as the Kansas City Chiefs edged Jason Kelce and the Philadelphia Eagles 38-35 on Sunday in a thrilling Super Bowl LVII.
Big brother Jason was gracious in defeat -- even if his concession had a familiar competitive fire to it.
"Maybe it hasn't hit me yet. I was a little emotional when I saw my mom and dad. Trav I was not too emotional about. I was just like, 'F--- you, congratulations,'" he said.
"It was an awesome two weeks for our family. I'm really happy for Trav, the Chiefs
. There's a lot of people I know over there in Kansas City that are a big reason why I'm even in Philadelphia,
including head coach Andy Reid. Frustrated we didn't win but certainly happy for those guys."
Mother Donna Kelce said before the game that she'd be rooting for both offenses (Travis Kelce is a tight end for the Chiefs, while Jason Kelce plays center for the Eagles),
as a way to navigate the tricky situation of having her two sons playing against each other on the biggest of stages.
It worked out well in that respect, as the Chiefs and Eagles combined for 73 points, the third most in Super Bowl history.
Travis Kelce had six catches for 81 yards and a touchdown, while Jason Kelce's Eagles racked up 417 yards on offense.
Any bragging rights Travis Kelce earned with the win were put on the back burner in the immediate aftermath of the game.