Immediately after the game, Jason and Travis found each other on the field, where they had a brief interaction, sharing an embrace and a laugh before Travis continued on to his locker room and Jason continued to greet on the field.
Their on-field moment was slightly less emotional than the one they shared after Super Bowl LVII in February, when the Chiefs beat out the Eagles 38 to 35. The historic game — which marked the first time siblings on opposing teams played each other in the championship — also saw Travis winning over Jason for the third time in their ongoing matchups.
At the end of the game, after the clock ran out, the brothers ran up to each other to share an emotional moment on the field. "Come here," older brother Jason, 35, said to his teary-eyed brother, 33, while going in for a hug. "Good job, Travis. Congratulations."
"I love you, big guy," Travis responded. Jason then replied, "I love you, too. Good job. Go celebrate."
Apparently at a loss for words, Travis was heard saying, "I don't know what to tell you, big guy" as his brother insisted for him "go celebrate." Before Travis was swept up in the celebratory moment, Jason said, "I love you… Funnest year of my life."
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