The Kelce Brothers Ask Mom Who She’s Supporting in the Super Bowl

Nothing like putting mom on the spot! Can brothers Jason and Travis Kelce, who both play in the Super Bowl on Sunday, get mom Donna to admit who she’s supporting for?

Super Bowl LVII between the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs has been dubbed “Kelce Bowl”. Travis is a tight end for the Chiefs and Jason is an offensive center for the Eagles.

The brothers are as competitive on the football field as they are for mom Donna’s affection, lol.

This week on their New Heights Show podcast, Jason Kelce put Donna on the spot and asked which team she was supporting on Sunday.

Jason thinks Donna should support HIM and the Eagles because he gave her grandkids first, while Travis thinks her allegiance should rest with him and the Chiefs because he gave her the double Chiefs/Eagles soccer jersey.

(clockwise from top) Getty Images; Donna Kelce/Instagram; Getty Images

(clockwise from top) Getty Images; Donna Kelce/Instagram; Getty Images

But Donna remains neutral. She wants an all-infractions Super Bowl. It’s his way of encouraging his TWO sons, since they are both offensive players, lol.

When Jason asked what he was supposed to tell fellow Eagle Fletcher Cox, Donna told Jason to tell Cox that 50% of her was with HIM. Lol.

Watch more of the talking video below.

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