Patrick Mahomes & Travis Kelce’s Unfiltered Opinion on Justin Tucker Trigger Priceless Reaction From Pat McAfee

Published 01/31/2024, 2:24 PM EST

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The game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Baltimore Ravens was legendary, to put it mildly. But in a recent revelation, tensions between the two teams could be witnessed before the starting whistle already. Now as the Chiefs have qualified for the final game for the Super Bowl trophy, Patrick Mahomes shares a conflict with Justin Tucker.

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With the Chiefs dominating a win over the Ravens by a score of 17-10, it is obvious that the men in purple would have been upset. What could be the reason behind Tucker’s mild altercation with Mahomes and Travis Kelce during warmups? The interaction which has since gone viral ended up on the Pat McAfee show, where the host shared his honest reaction on the matter.

Pat McAfee reacts to the heated moment between Justin Tucker and the pair of Mahomes and Kelce

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On the latest episode of the ‘Pat McAfee’ show, he went on to talk about the AFC West finals between the Chiefs and the Ravens. After discussing the match and the win, he went on to dive deeper into the heated exchange between Tucker and the Chiefs’ Mahomes and Kelce. He then played a clip of Mahomes saying, “I’ve had seven years of doing that same warmup routine and there’s only been like three occasions where there’s been a kicker that wasn’t moving out of the way.”

McAfee reacted to his statement by initiating his words and said, “Yeah so I’ve been doing this for seven years and there’s only been three situations.. and all of them were in Baltimore. There’s only one place where this is a thing which adds to the lore of Justin Tucker by the way. A little bit of a menace. A little bit of a mess. Absolute dog at kicking the ball.” Thus, it seems that Tucker is a player who keeps stirring up a kerfuffle on the field with the players despite being one of the best kickers in the league. With the feud drawing more attention every minute, here’s what Travis Kelce had to say about the incident.

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Travis Kelce brutally lashes out at Tucker for his pre-game shenanigans

On the latest episode of the ‘New Heights’ podcast, Jason and Travis engaged in a conversation about the Chiefs’s glorious win against the Ravens. But eventually, Travis ended up talking about the incident that the fans have been dying to hear. He fully addressed the Tucker-Mahomes situation and said, “If you’re trying to go on to the other teams designated area, you kind of stay out of their way. You know you don’t interfere with what they have going on. That is the unwritten rule.”

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The Tucker bashing was seemingly undone and Travis went on to add, “If you want to be a f*****g d**k about it, you keep your helmet and your football and your f*****g kicking tee right where the quarterbacks are warming up and they’re dropping. Eyes are looking left and they got a helmet down by their feet.  So Justin, sorry if we took it to a level that you didn’t think it would get to. But if you’re gonna be a d***k, I promise you. I can one-up you every time.” Even with the game behind them, it doesn’t look like the relations between the two teams have been strengthened at all. But with their biggest game of the season up ahead, the Chiefs’ players will have their eyes dead set on the trophy and nothing else.

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Will the Chiefs end up winning the Super Bowl twice in a row? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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"Language is courage: the ability to conceive a thought, to speak it, and by doing so to make it true."- Salman Rushdie Hi, my name's Jeevesh Singh and I'm an NFL writer here at EssentiallySports. The sport has been on my radar because of the sort of aggressiveness with which the game is played, perhaps the only one in the world that allows such a brutal display of power.
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