As previously reported by NFL insider Tony Holzman-Escareno
Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce has now surpassed Jerry Rice for the most playoff receptions with six in his career.
This puts him two games ahead of any other player in NFL history
and it happened earlier in the AFC Championship game against the Baltimore Ravens.
It was clear right away that the Chiefs were going all out to try to pull off an upset over the Ravens thanks to two receptions from Kelce on Kansas City's opening drive.
After moving the gears on a fourth-down catch on the first drive
Travis Kelce took it one step further by catching a touchdown pass from Patrick Mahomes, putting the Chiefs up 7-0.
A score by the Ravens tied the game, but the Chiefs quickly recovered and took the lead.
This milestone further solidifies Kelce's place in football lore, and he is also attempting to add a third Super Bowl ring to his collection.
If the Chiefs can hold on to a 10-point lead in the fourth quarter, they will be in a fantastic position to advance to the Super Bowl.
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