Tight end Travis Kelce wound up his arm and then punched the ball in celebration after scoring on a 42-yard catch and run in the first quarter of the Chiefs’ 27-20 victory at Houston.
Tight end Travis Kelce wound up his arm and then punched the ball in celebration after scoring on a 42-yard catch and run in the first quarter of the Chiefs’ 27-20 victory at Houston. DAVID EULITT deulitt@kcstar.com
Tight end Travis Kelce wound up his arm and then punched the ball in celebration after scoring on a 42-yard catch and run in the first quarter of the Chiefs’ 27-20 victory at Houston. DAVID EULITT deulitt@kcstar.com

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