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Travis Kelce Shares Pre-Game Hype Video Ahead of Playoffs Matchup

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce (87) during warmups of the NFL, American Football Herren, USA football game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wis.

Ahead of the Jan. 21 game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Buffalo Bills in the NFL playoffs, tight end Travis Kelce shared an energetic video showcasing the team's last win against the Miami Dolphins to get hyped for the Sunday face-off.

Referencing the ice cold temperatures on Jan. 13, which reached -4 degrees Fahrenheit, Kelce's video was set "Ice Ice Baby" by Vanilla Ice, with the caption reading, "So icy gang 🥶."

With stylish editing, the short clip showed off the highlights of the game against the Dolphins, with touchdowns from Rashee Rice, Tyreek Hill and Isiah Pacheco, and quite a few field goals from Harrison Butker.

Fans joined in the fun, sharing encouragement and jokes in the comments. Many referenced Kelce's girlfriend, Taylor Swift, with a couple replying, "it’s giving reputation 🖤," and "hold onto the ball like you’re holding onto Taylor’s heart."

Another wrote, "trav, your killin it. wishing we get it the super bowl this year!!💪."

Despite the cold weather, the energy was high for the Chiefs players, who hoped to bring the same positive vibes into the Jan. 21 game, which takes place in Buffalo at 6:30 p.m. EST.

Luckily for the football players—and those in the stands—temperatures are expected to be in the low 20s, an improvement from the sub-zero temperatures during the Chiefs-Dolphins game.

Many fans voiced concerns for the players and fans due to the intensely cold temperatures, with one viral clip from the game showing steam coming off of Kelce's head as he took his helmet off, and many players weren't even wearing long sleeves.

There was also some worry that the game in Buffalo would be delayed due to snow, like last week's game between the Bills and the Pittsburgh Steelers. But the game will proceed as scheduled, and the football team paid volunteers $20 an hour to shovel the huge amounts of snow out of the stadium.

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