Travis Kelce is clearly frustrated with the way things have gone for the Kansas City Chiefs in recent weeks, but former NFL safety Rodney Harrison thinks the star tight end should do a better job of being a team leader. Alex Smith threw an interception late in Sunday’s loss to the Buffalo Bills that sealed Kansas City’s fate, and Kelce appeared to be wide open on the play. Rather than trying to make a play on the Bills defender who picked the pass off, Kelce flung his head back in disgust. Harrison, who is one of the hosts on NBC’s “Football Night in America,” unloaded on Kelce for quitting. “He’s the captain of this team, and this is just absolute terrible effort,” Harrison said, per Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk. “When things are going great, he’s dancing, he’s partying. But as soon as he hits a little adversity, he pouts.
Travis Kelce ripped by Rodney Harrison for quitting on interception
Larry Brown Sports | Nov 27