Watch the Kelce brothers embrace after Chiefs win Super Bowl battle 

The Kelce brothers, Travis Kelce and Jason Kelce, came together after the Chiefs beat the Eagles in the Super Bowl for a loving embrace.

Anyone with siblings knows there are few things that sting more than losing to your little brother or sister. Jason Kelce had to live with that reality after his Eagles fell to his younger brother Travis Kelce’s Chiefs in Super Bowl 57.

The stakes may have been as high as they’ve ever been in Glendale, AZ but the two brothers didn’t let the game get between them in the end.

After it was all over, they found each other at midfield for a hug.

Watch the Kelce brothers embrace after Chiefs win Super Bowl battle

Jason even stayed on the field as the confetti continued to fall and the Chiefs celebrated their victory, including Travis’ memorable postgame interview. He was the last of the Eagles to remain.

He wasn’t totally alone as his mom, Donna, was there to comfort him.

It’s gotta be a bittersweet moment for the Kelce family right now. On the one hand, there will be genuine excitement for Travis and his second Super Bowl ring. On the other hand, the disappointment for Jason losing a Super Bowl will be hard to shake.

At least both brothers came into the matchup with a ring already in hand. Jason won his with the Eagles in Super Bowl LII. Travis got his first a couple of years later in Super Bowl LIV.

Philadelphia had control of the game early on, playing ball control in the first half while using quarterback sneaks to perfection to extend drives. They took a 24-14 lead into halftime.

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However, the Chiefs responded in the second half. Even though Patrick Mahomes tweaked his injured ankle just before halftime, he emerged from the locker room as locked in as he could be. He led Kansas City to a score on every drive of the second half. The Chiefs kicked a game-winning field goal with seconds remaining after a questionable holding call extended their final drive.

Travis finished with six catches for 81 yards and a touchdown.