The City of Brotherly Love is popping off at the moment when it comes to sports.
The Flyers' new campaign is officially underway. The 76ers' new season is right around the corner. The Eagles are first in the NFC East with a 5-1 record. And, of course, the Phillies are up 1-0 over the Arizona Diamondbacks in the National League Championship Series.
With the Phillies inching closer to a second consecutive World Series appearance, it isn't shocking that the who's who of Philadelphia was in attendance for Game 1 of the NLCS on Monday. The star-studded crowd included Eagles center Jason Kelce (as well as Taylor Swift's boyfriend, Travis).
Although the Phillies were the main attraction on Monday, the elder Kelce stole some headlines with an alcohol-related performance for the ages.
Jason Kelce Beer Chug
The Philly crowd erupted when the Kelce brothers were shown on-screen together during NLCS Game 1. Dressed in Phillies gear from head to toe, Jason went on to chug a beer, which sent the fanbase into a frenzy.
But he wasn't done there. Jason went back for seconds later in the game, chugging a second beer that fired up the crowd even more.
Considering how the Phillies went on to notch a 5-3 win over the Diamondbacks, it's safe to say that the Kelces likely consumed a few more celebratory drinks off-screen later on.
While Philadelphia sports fans aren't strangers to Jason Kelce crushing opponents on the field, they're also used to him absolutely destroying beers. Just this past summer, the five-time All-Pro blocker obliterated a 30-ounce beer in 5.7 seconds in the name of charity.
While it was nice seeing the Kelce brothers soak up the Phillies' victory together, they'll be head-to-head instead of side-by-side in a few weeks. After all, the Eagles are set to pay a visit to Travis' Kansas City Chiefs in a Super Bowl LVII rematch in Week 11.
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