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Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift Confirmed!

It could be described as a budding connection, maybe even a love story, between NFL tight end Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift. Recently, Swift was spotted in Kelce's family suite at Sunday's match between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Chicago Bears.

During the FOX Sports broadcast, the singer enthusiastically supported the Chiefs, donning a red and white team jacket. She appeared to be seated beside Donna Kelce, the player's mother, engaging in lively conversation and laughter throughout the game at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City.


Swift's visible show of support follows weeks of speculation, not only among various NFL broadcasters but also among the majority of her devoted fans, known as Swifties, regarding a potential romantic involvement between her and Kelce. Although neither of them has publicly confirmed any romantic connection, Kelce remarked in an ESPN interview last week that he found the attention on their alleged relationship "hilarious." He compared it to a game of "telephone," where rumors spread without any factual basis. Kelce also stated, "No one actually knows what's going on."

The speculation first arose earlier in the month when Kelce mentioned on his podcast, "New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce," that he had attempted to slip his phone number to Swift through a friendship bracelet he had crafted for her during one of her "Eras" tour concerts. Regrettably, he informed his brother Jason that he was "disappointed" to discover that Swift doesn't engage in conversations before or after her performances, as she needs to preserve her voice for the extensive setlist of 44 songs.

Nonetheless, it appears that Kelce made another attempt. During his conversation with ESPN on Thursday, he revealed, "I threw the ball in her court and told her, 'I've seen you rock the stage in Arrowhead. You might have to come see me rock the stage in Arrowhead and see which one's a little more lit.'" He concluded with an air of anticipation, "We'll see what happens in the near future."

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Miami Dolphins Dominated the Denver Broncos in an Historic Game!

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After the Dolphins' resounding 70-20 victory over the Denver Broncos on Sunday, their rookie running back, De'Von Achane, found himself inundated with text messages. Actually, it wasn't just a few; it was closer to a hundred, as the rookie clarified. In the first significant role of his career, the third-round pick compiled an impressive 233 total yards and four touchdowns, which included a stunning 203 rushing yards on 18 carries. When questioned after the game whether he had accumulated more total yards or notifications on his phone, he responded with a grin, "Oh, notifications for sure," before hastily exiting the news conference room.

In what turned out to be one of the most lopsided games in NFL history, the Dolphins showcased their dominance by amassing a staggering 726 yards of offense in their home opener, solidifying their status as the league's top offense. This point total marked a new franchise record and was the highest single-game score by any NFL team since Washington put up 72 points against the New York Giants back in 1966. Remarkably, the Dolphins' offensive prowess was evident not only in their passing game but also in their ground attack, as they recorded nearly as many rushing yards (350) as passing yards (376), averaging an astonishing 10.2 yards per play in the process.

Miami Dolphins Outplayed The Denver Broncos

The Dolphins have been an offensive juggernaut this season, tallying 130 points in their first three games, which is the second-highest in NFL history for a team's first three games of a season. Only the 1968 Cowboys scored more with 132 points. Making history, the Dolphins became the first team ever to record five passing touchdowns and five rushing touchdowns in a single game. They also joined the exclusive club of teams that have accumulated over 700 yards of offense in a game, a feat last achieved by the Rams in 1951. Additionally, they were the first team to score 70 points while amassing 700 yards of offense and only the second team in history to achieve both 300 rushing yards and 300 passing yards in a game, according to ESPN Stats & Information research.

Dolphins' head coach Mike McDaniel praised his team's unwavering commitment to their high standards, highlighting their ability to maintain their intensity even with a significant lead. Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was nearly flawless, completing his first 17 passes and finishing the game with 23 completions on 26 attempts, accumulating 309 yards and four touchdowns before being replaced in the fourth quarter. In the midst of an array of remarkable plays, Tagovailoa showcased his skill with a left-handed, no-look shovel pass to Achane for a 4-yard touchdown in the second quarter. Reflecting on their historic performance, Tagovailoa commended his team's resilience and determination, emphasizing their refusal to let up despite their commanding lead.

The Dolphins' record-breaking day began early with a 54-yard touchdown pass from Tagovailoa to Tyreek Hill on the third play of the game. They continued to score on 10 of their first 12 offensive possessions, with only a single play to end the first half disrupting their scoring spree. As the game neared its end, with 33 seconds remaining and facing fourth-and-14 from the Broncos' 28-yard line, Miami had a chance to break the single-game scoring record. However, Coach McDaniel opted for backup quarterback Mike White to take a knee, disappointing the crowd but aligning with his philosophy of focusing on the bigger picture rather than chasing records.

Running back Raheem Mostert also played a significant role, accumulating 142 total yards and four combined touchdowns, further solidifying his status as a league leader in rushing touchdowns this season. Mostert's impressive performance puts him on pace for a career-high season in both yards and touchdowns. Achane and Mostert made history as the first pair of teammates ever to each score four touchdowns from scrimmage in the same game, showcasing the depth of talent on the Dolphins' roster.

Notably, Miami achieved all of this offensive success without wide receiver Jaylen Waddle, who was sidelined due to concussion protocol. Despite missing a key player, the Dolphins' offense continued to excel. Defensively, the Dolphins allowed 363 yards and pressured Broncos' quarterback Russell Wilson 20 times, resulting in three turnovers and one sack. They also limited Denver to just three third-down conversions out of 12 attempts.

Looking ahead, the Dolphins, who have started 3-0 for the second consecutive season under Coach McDaniel, will take their undefeated record into a challenging AFC East showdown against the Buffalo Bills in Week 4.

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Green Bay Packers vs. New Orleans Saints Live Updates

What time is the Green Bay Packers vs. New Orleans Saints game scheduled for?

  • Date: Sunday, September 24th
  • Time: Kickoff at 12 p.m. Central Time (CT)
  • Location: Lambeau Field

How can I watch the Packers on TV?

  • FOX Sports, a long-time NFL network television partner in its 30th season, will broadcast the game.
  • The broadcast team includes play-by-play announcer Kenny Albert, analyst Jonathan Vilma, and sideline reporter Shannon Spake.
  • You can also access the game through NFL Sunday Ticket via YouTube.
Green Bay Packers vs. New Orleans Saints Game Analysis

Game Recap:

  • The New Orleans Saints secured a 20-17 victory against the Carolina Panthers on Monday Night Football, covering a 3-point road favorites spread.

  • Quarterback Derek Carr had a subpar performance, completing 21-of-36 passes for 228 yards with an interception. Quarterback Taysom Hill's rushing efforts, carrying the ball 9 times for 75 yards, helped open up the offense. Running back Tony Jones Jr. scored two touchdowns and accumulated 34 yards on 12 carries for New Orleans.

  • Green Bay faced a 25-24 defeat on the road against the Atlanta Falcons in their previous game but managed to cover as 3-point underdogs. Quarterback Jordan Love threw for 151 yards and had three touchdowns, two of which went to rookie wide receiver Jayden Reed. Running back AJ Dillon rushed the ball 15 times for 55 yards, with a long run of 8 yards, as running back Aaron Jones missed the game due to a hamstring injury. The Packers held a 24-12 lead going into the 4th quarter but allowed a touchdown and two field goals while failing to score.

Key Injuries: Saints:

  • CB Paulson Adebo (hamstring) - questionable
  • TE Foster Moreau (ankle) - doubtful
  • RB Jamaal Williams (hamstring) - out


  • CB Jaire Alexander (back) - questionable
  • OL David Bakhtiari (rest, knee) - questionable
  • LB Rashan Gary (knee) - questionable
  • G Elgton Jenkins (knee) - out
  • RB Aaron Jones (hamstring) - questionable
  • LB Lukas Van Ness (elbow) - questionable
  • WR Christian Watson (hamstring) - questionable


  • Prediction: Saints 27, Packers 21

  • Moneyline: Bet on Saints (+100). The Packers are dealing with several injuries, including key players like their top cornerback and running back. The Saints have won both their games this season by a combined margin of just 4 points and are expected to find a way to win on the road again.

  • Against the spread: Bet on Saints +1.5 (-110). The Packers are dealing with injuries, and even if some players from the injury report play, they are likely to have limited reps. The Saints' offense has been more productive this season, averaging 372 yards per game, while the Packers are averaging just 286. On the defensive side, the Saints are allowing only 277.5 yards per game compared to the Packers' 393.

  • Over/Under: Lean towards the over with an O/U of 42.5 (-110). Both teams have scored over 43 points in each of their games this season. Additionally, both teams have faced injuries in their secondaries, which could lead to more points being scored. The crowd's energy in the Packers' home opener is also expected to contribute to higher-scoring gameplay.