Shirtless Jason Kelce is the perfect touchdown celebration for Chiefs

If Jason is done playing, we hope he becomes a regular fixture at Chiefs games going forward.

AFC Divisional Playoffs - Kansas City Chiefs v Buffalo Bills
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If Jason is done playing, we hope he becomes a regular fixture at Chiefs games going forward.

We've always loved Donna Kelce, and we've certainly enjoyed having Taylor Swift around for the season. But if we're being honest, if we are going to have a favorite guest of Travis Kelce accompanying him at Kansas City Chiefs games, it's clearly going to be his brother, Jason Kelce.

We're not sure how much of a regular presence that we can count on Jason Kelce being at Chiefs games in the future. We need him to officially retire and for his brother to stick around going forward, but if it's possible for Jason to hang around Arrowhead cheering on his brother, well, we're all for it.

If you're wondering about the source of our zeal for Jason Kelce above all others, there are many layers involved. First, he's just so gosh darn likeable in any interview or public appearance. Two, he's an elite NFL player who is a pleasure to watch on the field because of the excellence with which he plays at the center position. Third, he's also quite funny on his podcast, New Heights, or even on the recent documentary entitled Kelce on Amazon Prime.

More than all of that, however, is the fact that Kelce's celebration of Travis's first-half touchdown against the Buffalo Bills was a thing of beauty.

Kelce was already making his presence felt at Highmark Stadium among Bills fans, and it's clear that no matter what your favorite team might be, Kelce is going to force you to make a home for him, too. Check out Kelce before the game here with the Buffalo faithful:

At this point, we're even in if Jason Kelce runs for public office.

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