Travis Kelce Says Chiefs Can’t Blame Tough Loss to Packers on ‘Anybody But Ourselves’
The Chiefs star said his team has to “keep rallying together and keep just fighting and growing together” to get back in the win column.
After the Kansas City Chiefs’ frustrating loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, Travis Kelce said the team has no one to blame but themselves for the defeat.
Kelce, 34, spoke to reporters in the locker room after the 27-19 loss, where the Kansas City tight end said that the Packers “executed better” during the matchup at Lambeau Field.
“That’s a good football team, and they executed better than us, and that’s the bottom line,” Kelce told sports reporter Aaron Ladd.
Kelce caught four passes for 81 yards on Sunday, but he couldn’t reel in a fifth on the final play of the game when Patrick Mahomes threw a Hail Mary pass towards the end zone in the hopes of to tying it up and forcing overtime.
Going forward, Kelce said the Chiefs have to “keep rallying together and keep just fighting and growing together” to get back in the win column for next week.
“I ain’t gonna blame this thing on anybody but ourselves,” Kelce added after the game.