The Kansas City Chiefs just celebrated a Travis Kelce touchdown with the single greatest touchdown celebration of all time.
Thank goodness the National Football League has lightened up just a bit in terms of allowing its players to celebrate when they score a touchdown. Otherwise we would have missed out on watching the Kansas City Chiefs unveil the single greatest celebration in the history of the league, or at least the last few weeks. Check out the first potato sack race celebration we’ve ever seen.
The Chiefs currently have good reason to feel good. They were heading into halftime on Sunday afternoon down 14-3 to Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott and the Dallas Cowboys. Suddenly with only time for one play before halftime, Andy Reid calls for a special play that gives Tyreek Hill the ball behind a few blockers in front of the end zone. From there, the Pro Bowler took care of business, treating it like one of his signature punt returns and made it a 14-10 game.
Coming out of halftime, the Chiefs got the ball and started marching down the field like they couldn’t in the first half. Kareem Hunt found his mojo and starting moving the chains. Travis Kelce kept coming up big. Tyreek Hill remained a real threat and it seemed the Cowboys were finally being introduced to the Chiefs big three. Then Alex Smith even began throwing in QB runs to keep defenses honest and take advantage of holes.
From there Alex Smith ended the drive with a nice short touchdown to Kelce before the team unveiled the potato sack celebration. It’s clear the Chiefs have the momentum as they hope to pull off the road win against a tough Dallas team.