Travis Kelce is immensely talented but he’s also apt to do something stupid and kill a drive. In today’s pregame show, Kelce sat down with Mike Tirico and pledged that he had a conversation with Andy Reid about the responsibilities of being a captain and he’d be more professional this season.
It took him less than three full quarters to renege on it. Instead of 2nd-and-2 after an eight-yard catch, Kelce shoved Pats linebacker Kyle Van Noy off him, started jawing, and picked up an after-down taunting penalty for 10 yards to make it 2nd-and-12. The Chiefs went three-and-out and punted.
Anyways, consider this my victory lap: