Super Bowl 54

Does Travis Kelce's Super Bowl celebration rival those of Rob Gronkowski?

Does Travis Kelce's Super Bowl celebration rival those of Rob Gronkowski?

When it comes to celebrating Super Bowl titles, few players, if any, have had better celebrations that Rob Gronkowski.

The former New England Patriots tight end had notoriously great antics at the Patriots' Super Bowl parades. This including a one-handed catch of a beer which he chugged and spiked, as you can see here via Steve Perrault.

Gronk had another similar moment at the 2015 Super Bowl parade. But his best -- or at least the most hilarious -- post-Super Bowl celebration came when he accidently dented the team's 2019 Lombardi Trophy with a baseball at the team's visit to Fenway Park.

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That said, Gronk may now have a rival when it comes to celebrations. And it's another one of the NFL's best tight ends.

After the Kansas City Chiefs won the Super Bowl, Travis Kelce was seen using the Lombardi Trophy to chug a beer. You can see his method here courtesy of ESPN.

We have to admit that's a pretty slick and clever move by Kelce. But does it reach the same level as Gronk's celebrations? Probably not, as Gronk's were all spontaneous while Kelce's action was pre-planned.

And truth be told, it will be hard for anyone to ever top Gronk denting the Lombardi Trophy. That story just perfectly encapsulates Gronk's fun-loving off-field antics and personality, and the dent will remain a part of the trophy for posterity.

Tom Brady shares daughter's great reaction to mysterious Super Bowl ad

Tom Brady shares daughter's great reaction to mysterious Super Bowl ad

Tom Brady still was very much a part of the Super Bowl LIV conversation Sunday.

The New England Patriots quarterback watched from afar as the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers 31-20, but Brady starred in a much-discussed Hulu commercial that revealed the origin of his cryptic tweet from earlier in the week.

The 42-year-old wrapped up the ad by saying, "I'm not going anywhere," which obviously fueled speculation that he'll re-sign with the Patriots instead of leaving in unrestricted free agency.

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Brady joined Westwood One's Jim Gray at halftime Sunday to discuss the spot and shared what his daughter, Vivian, thought of seeing her dad on TV.

"It was pretty fun. I'm glad everyone enjoyed it," Brady told Gray. "My daughter loved it. When I walked in and saw her, she says to me, 'Daddy, we're not going anywhere!' And I thought it was so cute. She gave me a big hug."

... Sounds like the Bradys aren't going anywhere.

Of course, Brady's comment could just mean he's not retiring, and he has more than a month before teams can begin courting him on March 18. But it sounds like his daughter is supportive of daddy "not going anywhere."

Check out Brady's full interview with Gray here.

Super Bowl commercials 2020: All of the must-see ads from Super Bowl 54

Super Bowl commercials 2020: All of the must-see ads from Super Bowl 54

The Super Bowl is the one time throughout the course of the year in which television commercials earn our undivided attention.

That'll be the case once again during Sunday night's Kansas City Chiefs vs. San Francisco 49ers matchup. We'll be treated with a variety of commercials that range from humorous, to serious, to downright strange.

To assure you don't miss the most notable ads that air during this year's Super Bowl, we'll be keeping track of the best and worst ones right here. Be sure to check in throughout the game, and afterward, to watch all of the commercials that sparked the biggest reactions from viewers.

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NFL - Take It To The House

What a perfect way to kick things off. Take it to the house, kid!


Hulu - Tom Brady's Big Announcement

WHAT DOES IT MEAN?! Time to dissect this commercial for the next two months. This is what Brady was teasing when he posted that cryptic tweet last week.


MTN Dew - As Good As The Original

Anything with Bryan Cranston is good, so his nod to "The Shining" in this ad was fantastic in our book.

Jeep - Groundhog Day

A great commercial based off a great movie on Groundhog Day/Super Bowl Sunday.

Hyundai - Smaht Pahk

We already showed you this one, but it only gets better with each watch. Chris Evans, Rachel Dratch, John Krasinski & David Ortiz knock it out of the pahk.

Cheetos - Can't Touch This

A hilarious commercial featuring MC Hammer that shows an awkward situation we've all put ourselves in: Cheese fingers. You can't touch this, or anything, because you have cheese all over your fingers. Get it?


Avocados From Mexico - AFM Shopping Network

No clue what I just watched, but I do know one thing: I will never forget Avocados From Mexico. Mission accomplished for them.

Pringles - Rick & Morty

Truth be told, I've never seen Rick & Morty. But I still laughed. That counts for something, right?

Planters - Baby Nut

Mr. Peanut lives and Kool-Aid Man (????) saves the day!


Google - Loretta

Yup, we're crying.

WeatherTech - Lucky Dog

Scout is a good pup.

Kia - Tough Never Quits

Las Vegas Raiders running back Josh Jacobs personifies toughness and is the perfect choice for this superb Kia ad.

Amazon - Before Alexa

What was life like before we had Amazon's Alexa? Ellen Degeneres and Portia De Rossi imagine.

Little Caesar's - Best Thing Since Sliced Bread

This commercial featuring Rainn Wilson, a.k.a. Dwight Schrute (The Office), is indeed the best thing since sliced bread.

Michelob Ultra - Jimmy Works It Out

With some help from John Cena and Michelob Ultra, Jimmy Fallon becomes arguably the greatest athlete of all time.

Budweiser - Typical American

Budweiser has a history of tugging at the heartstrings in their comemrcials, especially during the Super Bowl. This time was no different with their "Typical American" ad.

Audi - Let It Go

Good to see Arya Stark is doing well these days.

This post will continue to be updated throughout Super Bowl 54. . .

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