Tight end Travis Kelce was instrumental in his Kansas City Chiefs' momentous 21-13 victory over the division rival Oakland Raiders on Thursday night, catching five passes for a game-leading 101 receiving yards.
He felt so good, in fact, that he felt the need to express himself through dance—it just so happens that when it came time to celebrate, he did so in front of Raiders punter and part-time dancer Marquette King, using the very same move that King drew attention for—a feat for a punter in its own right—earlier this season.
King is not your average punter though. He actually fired back.
Kelce said after the game that the punter told him he has no rhythm.
“He told me I didn’t have any rhythm.”
“… Trust me, wait until I get in the end zone, i’ll show you some rhythm.” https://t.co/sfMIc89HDC
— NFL (@NFL) December 9, 2016
Then on Twitter, King levied the ultimate blow—taking a rough shot at Kelce's The Bachelor-style reality series, Catching Kelce.
I told him I don't need a reality show to find a girl lol… https://t.co/O54A8nCA0b
— Marquette King (@MarquetteKing) December 9, 2016
After starting the season 2-2, the Chiefs have won eight of their last nine. Both the Chiefs and Raiders are 10-3, with Kansas City owning the tiebreaker, having won in both of the teams' meetings.