We're not exactly sure when we began believing this. Maybe it was after we heard Jason Kelce's speech during the victory parade to celebrate the Philadelphia Eagles' first Super Bowl win. Maybe it was during a press conference, but we have long known that, once the legend hangs the cleats up and calls it a career, he won't have to worry about paying for a beer in Philly again. He also won't have to worry about life after football.
Have you seen 'New Heights'? The guy is a natural! He and his brother, Kansas City Chiefs star Travis Kelce, always seem to deliver the goods. A career in television is calling. In a world with ten million podcasts, New Heights makes us subscribe and hit the notifications bell on YouTube.
This is so much better than the Manningcast!
Eagles news: Jason Kelce offers his take on how he sees NFL teams countering The Brotherly Shove.
The most recent airing of New Heights, as always, was a classic. Jason and Travis gave us a little 'New News' and laughs. Here's something of note though. Jason shared his thoughts on how he sees opposing NFL teams countering Philly's seemingly-unstoppable Brotherly Shove.
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That's an interesting take. We'll see what happens. In the meantime, lets talk about the New York Jets. They won't be stopping the Brotherly Shove, but just for the sake of argument, the crew over at Good Morning Football mentioned their attempts to do so as one of the keys to Week 6's game.
Here's more of what they had to say.
Yeah... The Jets aren't shocking the Eagles. They're zero for 12. Speaking of GMFB though, how about TE1's recent tip of the cap.
More Eagles news: Dallas Goedert wins and wields the Angry Runs sceptre.
NFL Network's highly-popular Good Morning Football brand is enough to make one wake up a little earlier, especially on Mondays. Kyle Brandt's "Angry Runs' segment is always worth a watch. Guess who made the cut this week.
With that, we tip our cap to Dallas Goedert. Here he is wielding the scepter at the NovaCare Complex.
That's good enough to bring a smile to our faces ahead of another road game. Hopefully Number 88 has a big game in that one a la his six-catch. two-touchdown effort during Week 13 of the 2021 NFL season. No one would complain if that happened.