Travis Kelce stars as Kansas City Chiefs, with Taylor Swift in attendance:Beat Denver Broncos 2023

Grammy Award- winning artist Taylor Swift continues to be a good luck charm for the Kansas City Chiefs, as they beat the Denver Broncos 19- 8 on Thursday night at Arrowhead Stadium.

Swift was watching the Chiefs in person for the third time this season and had yet to see them lose. The songster was shown on the Prime Video broadcast sitting coming to the mama of two- time Super Bowl champion Travis Kelce in the family suite.

And tight end Kelce, who was listed as questionable coming into the game after suffering an ankle injury in Week 5 against the Minnesota Vikings, led the Chiefs' trouble on the night. The 34- time-old had nine receptions for 124 yards( 100 in the first half alone), the most entering yards by a tight end in the NFL this season.

Kelce ever continued his theme of always being open, playing with the Broncos defense in the middle of the field, exploiting their zone content on multiple occasions.

Neither Kelce nor Swift has intimately reflected on their fellowship, but enterprise abounds that the two are dating after weeks when she said she made a mistake giving the pop star her phone number, she showed up to support him at the game.

" He is one of those guys you can give freedom to because he knows this offense like the reverse of his hand," Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes said of Kelce after the game, according to the NFL.

“ In the part, he can work the middle of the field. It hurts some of our deep plays, but at the same time, any time you have a joe that can work in the middle of the field, it helps a ton."

Mahomes, the reigning league MVP, has put up an emotional stat line in the primetime niche. He went30/40 on pass attempts and racked up 306 yards, throwing a touchdown and an interception to Kadarius Toney.

"He's one of those guys you can give freedom to because he knows this offense like the back of his hand," Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes said of Kelce after the game, according to the NFL.