Jason Kelce Rocks ‘Big Yeti’ Shirt to Support Travis Kelce Before Chiefs-Bills Game

Jason and Travis Kelce pose for a photo during Game 1 of the NLCS between the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park on Monday, Oct. 16, 2023, in Philadelphia, Penn.

As the Kansas City Chiefs gear up to play the Buffalo Bills in week two of the NFL playoffs, Jason Kelce has landed in Buffalo to support his brother, Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce. And the elder Kelce sibling is doing so in style.

On Sunday, Jan.21, photos obtained by the Daily Mail showed Jason arriving in Buffalo alongside his father, Ed Kelce. The Philadelphia Eagles center wore a yellow-orange T-shirt featuring a cartoon yeti holding a football. It read, "Travis Kelce" and "Big Yeti," a nickname Travis picked up at the University of Cincinnati.

Check out the photos of Jason's game-day 'fit here.

Because the Eagles lost during week one of the playoffs, Jason opted to watch his brother face off against the Bills—something he teased in a special episode of their podcast New Heights.

"I might have to go to this one," Jason remarked on the Jan. 19 episode. "I'm not doing anything, so..."

To that, Travis exclaimed, "Hey-ooh!"

"Maybe I can jump through a table," Jason added, referencing a Bills fan tradition. "I'm looking forward to seeing that environment."

Additionally, a source close to the Kelces told People that Jason and his wife, Kylie Kelce, would attend the Chiefs-Bills playoff game.

As for Kelce's girlfriend, Taylor Swift, fans hope she also makes an appearance to cheer on her tight end beau. The pop superstar is currently on hiatus from her Eras Tour, plus she attended six of the last seven Chiefs games.

Who knows? Perhaps Jason, Kylie, Ed, Mama Donna Kelce and Swift will sit together while noshing on some Bad Blood Waffle Fries the Bills are offering at Highmark Stadium!

Kickoff for the Chiefs-Bills playoff game is at 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, Jan. 21, at Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park, N.Y.

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