Prediction: Super Bowl LVII Could Be Highlight Of Travis Kelcie's EPIC Career

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"Kelce will have a good chance to show again that he’s truly a one-of-one player on Sunday: a tight end who’s somehow upstaging receivers in the golden age of the receiver position. With the Chiefs’ already-thin pass-catcher corps banged up heading into Super Bowl LVII (Smith-Schuster and Toney are both questionable for the game after sitting out of practice last week), Kelce is likely to get the full schematic attention of the Philadelphia Eagles. The matchup between Kelce and the Philly defenders mirrors most of the other story lines of this game: It’s a strength on strength."

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Most Tight Ends Are Lumbering Oafs. Travis Kelce Is a Unicorn.

The Kansas City Chiefs made one of the biggest and riskiest bets of the offseason last March when they traded away superstar receiver Tyreek Hill, pushing their chips in on the idea that soon-to-be-33-year-old tight end Travis Kelce could play the role of the team's de facto no. 1 receiver.