2. Tight ends will dominant Super Bowl LIV
Speaking of Super Bowl LIII, it took a big play by retired New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski to secure the team’s sixth Super Bowl victory.
While the big tight end will be hosting a Super Bowl beach party in Miami, two dominant tight ends will take the field in Super Bowl LIV.
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In asked to choose between Kelce and Kittle during an appearance on “The Lefkoe Show,” the five-time Pro Bowl tight end actually went with the latter due to his similar physical style.
"“I like to go with George Kittle,” Gronkowski said, as transcribed by Bleacher Report. “His game…I just like his game. I said it before: He just kind of reminds me of myself. When he get the gall, man, he just wants to keep going. Just doesn’t care who’s coming at him…just wants to break through all the tackles.”"
Will that be bulletin board material and added motivation for Travis Kelce?
With his talent on the field, he doesn’t need much, but watching his counterpart run through defenders on the other side will spark big plays out of Kelce as well.
Who knows, this may very well be known as the tight end bowl with these two tremendous pass-catching tight ends in the middle of each offense. It will certainly cause the New England Patriots to upgrade the tight end position after watching these two teams utilize theirs.