Two brothers, one dressed in red and the other in green, appeared in advertisements for a movie with April 7 release date on Sunday. It turns out that we won’t have to wait long to see a ferocious sibling rivalry that matches anything Hollywood could conjure up.
The biggest professional football game ever will be played on February 12 in Glendale, Arizona, and when the ball is actually touched, two brothers will be playing against one another.
The fact that the Philadelphia Eagles won the NFC Championship and the Kansas City Chiefs won the AFC Championship suggests that Jason Kelce and Travis Kelce, two players who are superior than Mario and Luigi, will face off in the championship match. It’s true that Super Bowl LVII will take place in the Kelce Bros. Bowl.
Football players with skill, the Kelce Brothers have each won a Super Bowl trophy. On the side, they both work as podcast hosts. This allows for entertaining discourse during family dinners, which Momma Kelce naturally hosts. She will have a busy two weeks.
Two brothers will play in the Super Bowl for the first time, as was previously mentioned. The Harbaugh Bowl, in which head coach brothers John and Jim competed in New Orleans for Super Bowl XLVII, was one earlier, less dramatic instance of this.
Ten years have passed since the match, and we still don’t understand how Beyonce was able to turn off the lights. In case you missed it, John’s Ravens defeated Jim’s 49ers in that contest.
It is unlikely that we will ever see the two Kelces play “against” one another since they both play on offence for their respective teams. However, the two would undoubtedly scheme with their allies to get every edge they could. The two brothers will undoubtedly participate in some title-worthy trash-talking.
They each have some knowledge about Andy Reid, the head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs, who they both see as their “football father” since he handled the club that selected them both for the NFL, in addition to what they already know about one another.
The Kelce Bowl may now begin. It is our collective debt.