What Kelce’s saying makes zero sense to me. He seems to be arguing to no one believed in the Chiefs and they’re just some Cinderella story that rose to the top.Trashy? I don't think so, I'd be talking my sh*t as well.
What Kelce’s saying makes zero sense to me. He seems to be arguing to no one believed in the Chiefs and they’re just some Cinderella story that rose to the top.
It’s the equivalent of Gronk being interviewed in like 2014 going on about how no one ever has the Patriots in the running and how much of an underdog they are.
I get all of it, just find it odd how Chiefs players and fans are acting like they're the Jaguars.Cincinnati legitimately ****-talked the Chiefs a ton, including some goofy **** from their Mayor, so I get that. Talk that talk.
In general athletes like to have a chip on their shoulder, imagined or not. Georgia was preseason #3 and after slaughtering TCU for the title all the players were talking about how they were doubted and people thought they’d go 7-5, I mean lmao. Nick Saban hates when the media is too complimentary of Alabama and calls it rat poison. Getting too high on your own supply is dangerous so whether it’s legitimately honing in on the smallest of slights or simply making stuff up coaches and players will always try to feel like the world is against them. They just play better that way.