Travis Kelce had two of the biggest catches of his career during the thrilling OT win against the Bills on Sunday.
First, the All-Pro tight end was able to get Harrison Butker into field goal range to send the game to OT. And when the Chiefs got the ball first in overtime, it was Kelce who came up with the game-winning touchdown catch to cap the unlikely comeback.
Travis Kelce was mic’d up for the moment when he and Patrick Mahomes connected to send the Chiefs to the AFC Championship.
— NFL Films (@NFLFilms) January 25, 2022
But perhaps more impressive was Travis Kelce’s mic’d up moment with both Tyreek Hill and Mahomes to get the game to OT in the first place.
First, Kelce had Hill improvise his route to get the Chiefs within striking distance of field goal range. And then, he told Mahomes that he could run straight up the seam to give Butker a chance to extend the game. Both calls ended up making the difference to get the Chiefs into range to tie the game.
Check out Travis Kelce’s crazy football IQ on full display at the end of the instant classic:
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Did @tkelce orchestrate the 13-second drive? 👀
— NFL (@NFL) January 25, 2022
Patrick Mahomes reacted to the rest of the world getting an inside-look at some of the ways Travis Kelce helps his team that we can’t necessarily see on our TV’s.
Lol i told y’all… this man is crazy 😂😂😂 https://t.co/3HgisoGjdq
— Patrick Mahomes II (@PatrickMahomes) January 25, 2022
Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce will be big favorites when they welcome Joe Burrow’s Bengals to Arrowhead Stadium for Sunday’s AFC Conference Championship.
And currently, the Chiefs have the best odds of any of the four remaining teams to take home the Super Bowl Trophy.
If Travis Kelce and Patrick Mahomes do end up winning their second ring together, we’ll all look back on their improbable 13-second drive against Buffalo as a defining-moment of their season.