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#pounditThursday, April 18, 2024

Video of Travis Kelce trying to name NFL head coaches is absolutely hilarious

Travis Kelce at the podium

Jan 29, 2020; Miami, Florida, USA; Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce speaks during a press conference for Super Bowl LIV at JW Marriott Turnberry. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

A video of Travis Kelce is making the rounds, and it is hilarious and absolutely worth your time.

The video shows Kelce trying to name the coaches who were pictured in the annual NFL coaches photo. The photo was taken this week during the NFL Annual Meetings in Phoenix, Ariz.

29 of the 32 head coaches were present, with Mike Vrabel (Tennessee Titans), Frank Reich (Carolina Panthers) and Nick Sirianni (Philadelphia Eagles) being absent.

Here is a look at the photo:

How many of the coaches do you recognize? Hopefully more than Kelce.

On this week’s episode of “New Heights with Jason and Travis Kelce,” Travis was asked to name the coaches in the photo. The Kansas City Chiefs tight end provided a disclaimer before beginning: he is really bad with names. But watching him struggle to name everyone was simply hilarious.

Watch and enjoy, but beware of the cursing and F-bombs.

Kelce’s reaction to seeing Josh McDaniels was fantastic. Not being able to spot Zac Taylor was surprising considering how the Cincinnati Bengals have become a rival for KC. Not even knowing Taylor’s name was even better.

Kelce saying “there is no way that man coaches in the NFL” about Browns coach Kevin Stefanski was priceless.

Then maybe my favorite part was him calling Sean McVay “Gordon Bombay” after the “Mighty Ducks” coach.

What a great video.

As for me, I’ll give it to you straight: I didn’t recognize Dennis Allen (bottom row, second from left) without his visor. I didn’t recognize Matt Eberflus (top row, fifth from right). And I didn’t know either of the former Eagles coordinators-turned-coaches (Shane Steichen and Jonathan Gannon).

The other coach Kelce missed was Falcons coach Arthur Smith (top row, between McDaniels and Mike Tomlin).

That was great.

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