SEATTLE, WASHINGTON - DECEMBER 18: Jason Kelce #62 of the Philadelphia Eagles looks on before a game against the Seattle Seahawks at Lumen Field on December 18, 2023 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Steph Chambers/Getty Images)
Jason Kelce will not stand by and allow the designation of boneless to slander his beloved wings.
The NFL star shut down the idea that boneless and traditional wings are in any way comparable to one another on the latest episode of New Heights, the podcast he hosts with his brother, Travis Kelce.
While shouting out one of the podcast's sponsors, Buffalo Wild Wings—or, as Travis calls it, B-Dubs—Jason dropped quite the hot take when it comes to the classic bar appetizer beloved by many—but, as it turns out, hated by the footballer.
Travis dished out information on the eatery's BOGO deals, offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays, leading Jason to jokingly solidify his dinner plans for those nights before hearing that Tuesday's offer is to buy one, get one 50 percent off on traditional wings, while Thursday brings buy one, get one free boneless wings.
That's when things started to heat up, as Travis confirmed traditional wings were superior to boneless wings—with nothing beating a classic drumstick—while Jason asserted, "There's no such thing as a boneless wing," calling it "false advertising."
He granted the restaurant a one-time exception, noting, "I'll allow it, because Buffalo Wild Wings is phenomenal."
The brothers are known to have some mighty strong opinions when it comes to their grub, with Jason having a known penchant for peanut butter-heavy treats. One of the security guards at the Eagles' stadium knows this well and surprised him with a giant box of Reese's Peanut Butter Puffs—which happens to be both of the Kelce bro's favorites—ahead of their match-up against the Giants this past Christmas, and he doubled down on the preference in the most recent episode of New Heights, where he confirmed that he and Travis shared their favorite Girl Scout cookie flavors.
Tagalongs are, of course, Jason's, while Travis also appreciates the "nice switch-up" that the "lemon cookie" provides, though it's not clear if he meant Lemonades or Lemon-Ups.