During the early stages of the Super Bowl, Philadelphia Eagles player Jason Kelce did what the majority of people do: he had a snack. There are some obvious distinctions between the two.
The majority of folks are currently lounging about on couches. Kelce was watching the game from the bench. The majority nibble on foods such as chips, wings, and pigs in blankets. Kelce was nibbling on a protein bar at the time.
The vast majority watch the game with their families. Kelce was observing a teammate of his score a touchdown for the other team. Kelce was rooting for his teammate.
Kelce and his younger brother, Travis Kelce, are creating history by competing against each other in the Super Bowl. They are the first brothers in Super Bowl history to do so. Before the game began, the two men embraced one another in a fraternal manner on the pitch. The Kelce Bowl, on the other hand, got off to a blazing start.
At approximately the same time that Jason was captured on camera nibbling on a protein bar, Travis caught a touchdown throw from Patrick Mahomes of 18 yards in order to tie the game at 7-7 with 6:57 left in the first quarter.
The commentator for FOX, Kevin Burkhardt, stated that one of the brothers had scored. “The other brother is chowing down on some food.”