Cleveland Heights' Jason and Travis Kelce will be the first ever brothers to face each other in the Super Bowl, after Jason's Eagles and Travis' Chiefs both won their respective Championship games on Sunday.
The matchup is very fitting, as Jason and Travis starter their popular New Heights podcast this season.
Travis caught seven balls for 78 yards and a touchdown in a three-point AFC Championship win, while Jason anchored the Eagles' offensive line that racked up 148 rushing yards and allowed just one sack in 31-7 NFC Championship blowout win.
Both Jason and Travis have had, once again, remarkable seasons and both are destined for the Pro Football Hall Of Fame some day.
Jason, 35, was named to his fifth first-team All-Pro and sixth Pro Bowl this season, while his 33-year-old kid brother Travis made his fourth first-team All-Pro and eighth Pro Bowl in ten seasons.
Travis has seven straight 1,000 yard season and will go down as one of the greatest tight ends to ever play game.