Hi, Guest!
Become a Member for an ad-free experience

Travis Kelce Scores Walk-Off Touchdown on TNF

Chiefs at Chargers score: Travis Kelce caps career-high performance with walk-off TD to lift Kansas City

Chiefs’ star Travis Kelce took over last night’s game in Overtime, gaining 61 yards on two catches, including the game-winning Touchdown.

"Travis Kelce" = 73 (Reverse Reduction)

Travis Kelce scored the winning touchdown a span of 73 days after his birthday:

It was the eve of Saturnalia.

Saturn = 73 Kabbalah, Saturnalia = 73 Reverse

Kelce is the Tight End for the Chiefs. The game began with a major Saturnalia riddle when Chargers Tight End Donald Parham was carted off the field.

Donald Parham’s birthday is 16/8

Kelce was exactly 1680 weeks old:

Kelce’s birthday is 10/5

"Parham" = 105 (Reverse Ordinal)

Parham is said to have suffered just a Concussion.

"Concussion" = 42 (Full Reduction)

Tight End and Saturn both = 42

It was also a span of exactly 42 weeks before Kelce’s next birthday:

This is also 293 days, which is the 62nd Prime number. His touchdown put the 62nd and final point of the game on the scoreboard.

While I had cast some doubt over whether or not Parham’s injury was real, I will now go on record saying I don’t think it was. Cementing this thought is that Joe Buck made a comment about it that seems ridiculously insensitive:Joe Buck’s Comment About Donald Parham Jr. Being ‘Cold’ Was Inexcusable

As Parham was being stretchered out, his arms appeared to be convulsing. Later on in the broadcast, Joe Buck said he may have been shaking because it was ‘cold by Los Angeles standards.’ It’s hard for me to believe that an experienced personality like himself would say such an asinine thing on air without knowing that it wasn’t real.

Log In

Lost your password?