Chiefs’ Travis Kelce has odd slip after Sunday Night Football

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Kansas City Chiefs star tight end Travis Kelce made an odd slip following Sunday Night Football. The Chiefs defeated the Denver Broncos at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri.

See, the word Broncos. Well, Kelce thought the Chiefs were playing the Las Vegas Raiders.

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce makes a reception against the Denver Broncos
Travis Kelce makes a reception against the Denver Broncos (Photo by the Kansas City Chiefs/Instagram)

The problem? The Chiefs cannot play a team for the third time in the regular season.

Kansas City last played the Raiders in a win on November 22nd — also on Sunday Night Football. Then, they lost to the Raiders in October 11th.

When the Chiefs were defeated by the Raiders, it snapped a one-year win streak.

“Hats off to the Raiders,” Kelce said in his post-game interview with Michele Tafoya. “They’ve done an unbelievable job.”

ESPN’s Sarah Spain tagged Kelce on Twitter in the video to let him know of the slip. He replied, “Playas mess up too…”

Despite the slip, Kelce had a big game against the Broncos. He had 136 receiving yards and a touchdown.

With the 136 reviving yards, it gave him a 1,000-yard season. In fact, with his yardage on Sunday, he has now had five straight 1,000 yardage seasons by a tight end.

Kelce is the first tight end in NFL history to accomplish this feat.

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