Chiefs’ Travis Kelce scores second touchdown in big first half for tight finish

CITY OF KANSAS, Missouri — Chad Hennethe first NFL playoff pass of his career extended the Kansas City Chiefs’ first-half lead over Jacksonville Jaguar in the AFC Qualifiers on Saturday.

Henne, substitute for an injured person Patrick Mahomesled Kansas City on the 98-yard drive culminating in a second touchdown of the day to a tight finish Travis Kelce. The reception was Kelce’s 10th goal in the first half, and the next after giving the Captain a 17-7 lead.

The captain took a 7-0 lead thanks to Mahomes’ 8-yard touchdown pass to Kelce as they owned their first game. Kelce received a short pass from Mahomes and ran into the back yard. Kelce had four catches in the 35 yards in the driveway.

Kelce is the first player to have 10 touchdowns and two touchdowns in a knockout half since Seahawks’ Jermaine Kearse in the 2015 Division Round, according to ESPN Stats & Information.


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