Tom Brady Applauds Travis Kelce and Patrick Mahomes as They Surpass His Record with Rob Gronkowski: “BEASTS”

Tom Brady Applauds Travis Kelce and Patrick Mahomes as They Surpass His Record with Rob Gronkowski: “BEASTS”

Travis Kelce and Patrick Mahomes, the dynamic duo of the Kansas City Chiefs, achieved a significant milestone on Sunday by scoring their 16th postseason touchdown, eclipsing the previous record set by Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski.

During their victory over the Buffalo Bills, Chiefs' stars Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce made history by breaking the record for the most postseason touchdowns by a pair in NFL history. The Kansas City duo surpassed the previous record holders, Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski.

Tom Brady took to social media on Monday to acknowledge Mahomes and Kelce’s accomplishment.

Impressed by the NFL's superstar duo of Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce, Tom Brady shared his thoughts on social media.

In a post on X (formerly Twitter) Monday morning, Brady praised the Chiefs stars, writing, “BEASTS. When you one up Gronk you’re doing something right.”

Kansas City Chiefs emerged victorious with a 27-24 win over the Buffalo Bills in New York on Sunday. With this triumph, the Chiefs advance to the AFC Championship against the Baltimore Ravens on Jan. 28.

Mahomes and Kelce are now just one game away from reaching the Super Bowl, scheduled for Feb. 11 in Las Vegas.

Brady’s post congratulating Mahomes and Kelce received mixed responses from his followers.

One user expressed their preference for Brady/Gronk over Mahomes/Kelce, while another suggested that Brady and Gronkowski would have retained the record for at least another season if Gronk had been healthier in 2016.

Another response, from the official Dick’s Sporting Goods X account, hinted at a passing of the torch, unless Brady decides to come out of retirement.

Brady famously retired and then unretired in 2022 to play an additional NFL season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, while Gronkowski had already retired for good after the two won the 2021 Super Bowl.

Brady shared some lighthearted anecdotes and reflections on the past year, including a humorous story about nearly unretiring in May, only to have his friends spoil his comeback plans with a surprise retirement party.

Reflecting on the past year, Brady expressed gratitude for every moment and emphasized the importance of cherishing loved ones and spreading kindness in the upcoming year.

He concluded his post with words of wisdom, urging his fans to embrace their loved ones and contribute to making 2024 a year filled with kindness and happiness for everyone in their lives.

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