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The Kelce brothers have reached ‘New Heights’ so far this season, despite neither of their respective teams replicating the same record that led the NFL’s favorite sibling duo to meet on ‘Super Sunday’ back in February, dubbed as the ‘Kelce Bowl.’


Toddlers with huge grins and a love for football, teammates at the University of Cincinnati and Super Bowl rivals… hilarious (and adorable!) pictures chart the Kelce brothers' rise from Cleveland Heights to NFL stardom

Since becoming the first brothers to face off in Super Bowl history last year, there’s been no looking back for both Jason, 36, and Travis, 34, as they still have a chance to write a new chapter in their glittering careers by repeating the unthinkable. Ahead of their final regular season game against the Chargers in LA, which Taylor Swift is unlikely to attend on Sunday, the Kansas City Chiefs can do no better or worse in their postseason positioning after last week’s win over Cincinnati clinched the AFC West.


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Meanwhile, the Philadelphia Eagles experienced a miserable four-loss December, a defensive coaching change, a slew of unhappy players and declining production from their stars, but can still reach the playoffs, ranking anywhere in the NFC from the No. 2 to the No. 5 seed, depending on other results.

So, ahead of potential back-to-back Super Bowl appearances in Las Vegas, Nevada, DailyMail.com honors the Kelce Brothers by taking a blast to the past, ranging from their childhood days to playing in the league over the last decade.