Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs set two NFL records Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons, surpassing the single-season receiving yardage record by a tight end and becoming the first tight end in NFL history to post multiple 100-catch seasons.
Kelce entered Sunday 60 yards short of George Kittle's record, which was set two years ago. He recorded his 100th catch on an 11-yard reception from quarterback Patrick Mahomes late in the second quarter.
The 31-year-old is arguably producing the best season from any tight end in NFL history.
The Chiefs' communications team also noted these stats at halftime:
Kelce also began Saturday with 10 touchdowns, including four in his past five games. His second-quarter score brought him to 11, marking a career-best feat.