Chiefs’ Kelce sets NFL record for postseason receptions with big first half against Ravens…

Chiefs’ Kelce sets NFL record for postseason receptions with big first half against Ravens...

BALTIMORE (AP) — Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce has set an FL record for most career catches in postseason play.

 

Chiefs’ Kelce sets NFL record for postseason receptions with big first half against Ravens...

With his seventh reception in the first half of Sunday’s AFC championship game against the Baltimore Ravens, Kelce brought his total in the playoffs to 152.

That broke the mark held by San Francisco 49ers Hall of Famer Jerry Rice, who had 151 catches in 29 games from 1985-2004.

Kelce was playing in his 21st postseason game Sunday. The favorite playmaker of Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, Kelce came into the game with 1,694 yards receiving in the playoffs, trailing only Rice (2,245) in the NFL record book.