Jason and Travis Kelce Love Vikings Fans and Playing at U.S. Bank Stadium

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For the past year and a half, Travis Kelce and his older brother Jason have been active in the podcast arena with their show, New Heights. Travis, recently celebrating his third Super Bowl win with the Chiefs, is a beloved figure among fans, partially thanks to his relationship with Taylor Swift.

Jason, Travis Kelce love playing @ Minnesota Vikings

Meanwhile, Jason, a member of the Eagles, also holds a Super Bowl title earned at U.S. Bank Stadium. It turns out, they both loved their time playing at U.S. Bank Stadium, even if they didn’t always win. Here’s the Kelce brothers speaking highly about the Minnesota Vikings stadium in their most recent podcast episode.

Jason: “I mean, Vikings are pretty electric, I’ll give them that. And the purple, the purple is nice.”

Travis: “You play in Minnesota, that is a fun place to play in man, it’s a beautiful stadium there. Crowd gets fucking into it, they’re not pricks, they’re not assholes, they just fucking love some good football baby, you gotta respect it.”

Kelce brothers on playing in U.S. Bank Stadium

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Travis Kelce’s most recent appearance at U.S. Bank Stadium came in Week 5 during this past season on their journey to the Super Bowl. The Chiefs emerged victorious against the Vikings with a score of 27-20, with Kelce catching a touchdown from Patrick Mahomes in the QB’s debut at U.S. Bank.

Jason Kelce has graced U.S. Bank Stadium with his presence on two separate occasions, notably during his unforgettable Super Bowl showdown against the Patriots in the 2017-18 season.

Two seasons later, he returned but lost to the Vikings in a 38-20 bout. Stefon Diggs was a problem for the Eagles, recording 185 yards from scrimmage with three touchdowns in one of the best games of his Vikings career.

It’s cool to see U.S. Bank Stadium get the recognition it deserves, not only by many fans but even by players not on the Vikings. It’s a special place.

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