- Taylor Swift is back in Kansas City for the Chiefs’ game on Sunday against the Buffalo Bills
- It’s unclear how long the visit will last, but it would have been her 34th birthday on Wednesday
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Travis Kelce was photographed leaving the Kansas City Chiefs team hotel before his team’s game against the Bills – with girlfriend Taylor Swift flying over to cheer him on.
Swift’s private plane left New Jersey early Sunday morning and landed in Kansas City for her first home game at Arrowhead Stadium since October.
Her guards used umbrellas to hide her from view as she left her private plane. It is unclear how long she will be with Travis, but her 34th birthday is on Wednesday, December 13.
There were reports that Travis was planning a celebration for the big occasion.
Last week, I traveled to Green Bay to see the Chiefs lose to the Packers for the first time.
Kelsey is desperate to return his team to winning ways after the recent fluctuation in its level.
The last time Swift was at Arrowhead, Kelce played admirably as the Chiefs beat the Chargers 31-17 to push their record to 6-1 for the season.
But since then Kelce and the Chiefs have lost three of their last five in a run of form that is beginning to worry last season’s Super Bowl winners.
This week, Swift addressed the attention she gets at NFL games when she cheers on her boyfriend.
Speaking to TIME magazine, she said: “I don’t know how they knew which ward I was in.
“There’s a camera, about a half-mile away, and you don’t know where it is, and you have no idea when the camera puts you on the feed, so I don’t know if it’s me or not.” It has been shown 17 times or once.
“I’m just there to support Travis.” I have no awareness of whether I am being viewed too much and taken advantage of by a few of the parents, Brad, and Chad.
Meanwhile, Kelce opened up about the Packers’ loss to his brother Jason on a midweek episode of New Heights.
“It’s just hats off to the Packers, they did better than us,” he admitted. We were in the game, from start to finish. It didn’t end the way we wanted but we still had a chance to tie it up there at the end and go to overtime.
But two possessions into the first half, the Packers did a great job of controlling the clock. But even though we played very well.
“As far as moving the ball, we had 13 plays and 14 plays, both ending in points but getting down on the five-yard line and having to settle for a field goal, that’s the difference between 14-6.” And 14-14 entering the third quarter.
There will be moments in the year when you face more challenges than ever before, and I believe you should be able to grow through that. And this goes back to what you guys are talking about in Philadelphia, in terms of culture.
“I’m not worried about the way everyone played, I think we have a lot of great characters in this building who care and want to fix things. We will fix it. That was never a doubt in my mind.”
“I’m excited to get back out there tomorrow to practice. I’m ready to bring the juice, bring the energy and help establish that culture that we have.”
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