The Philadelphia Eagles won the big Super Bowl rematch in primetime.
The brothers embraced at midfield after the much-hyped game, taking time to catch up among a large collection of photographers and sharing a few quick inside jokes.
It was Jason’s first NFL win over his younger brother and the Chiefs star tight end congratulated him on the victory.
“All right, big guy,” Travis said. “Hell of a win.”
Philadelphia improved to an NFL-best 9-1.
Kansas City’s offense continued to struggle in key moments as the Chiefs fell to 7-3.
“It wasn’t the best,” Jason told his brother.
Kansas City led 17-7 at halftime and appeared to be in control of the game.
But the script flipped from Super Bowl LVII.
In that game, the Chiefs were outplayed in the first half, then rallied for a thrilling victory.
Philly shook off first-half issues to outscore Kansas City 14-0 in a decisive second half.
“That was a hell of a late birthday present right there,” joked Travis before telling Jason, who turned 36 at the start of November: “Love you, big guy.”
Ten games into the 2023 season, Jason’s Eagles are clearly the best team in the NFL.
Travis’ Chiefs have work to do, especially on offense.
Patrick Mahomes was off target for most of the night, misfiring on 19 passes while being limited to 177 passing yards and a 71.6 rating.
“Offensively I’m just not where I want to be at this point in the season,” Mahomes said.
Travis caught seven balls and a TD but was held to 44 yards.
Jason’s younger brother also had the game’s only lost fumble.