Travis Kelce and the Chiefs lost to Jason Kelce and the Eagles, 21-17, on Monday night, and afterwards the Chiefs star tight end wasn’t too happy with his performance. 

Kelce had seven catches for 44 yards, and while he had a touchdown, his fumble early in the fourth quarter was a costly one as he coughed it up just inside the Eagles’ 10 yard line. 

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce drops the ball while be taken down by Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Bradley Roby and linebacker Zach Cunningham at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium.

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The Chiefs didn’t score any points in the second half for the third consecutive game, which is surprising considering all the talent they have on offense. 

Kelce spoke about his performance after the game, saying a few times that he needs to be better: 

The Chiefs will look to bounce back from the loss this Sunday when they travel to Las Vegas to face the Raiders.