Travis and quarterback Patrick Mahomes broke the record for most playoff touchdowns by a duo, surpassing Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski.

Travis Kelce is one step closer to the 2024 Super Bowl.

The Kansas City Chiefs won 27-24 against the Buffalo Bills in New York on Sunday. With this victory against Josh Allen and the Bills, the Chiefs advance to the AFC Championship against the Baltimore Ravens on Jan. 28, just one game away from making the Feb. 11 Super Bowl in Las Vegas.

The game also made Kelce and quarterback Patrick Mahomes a record-breaking duo. The tight end, 34, and quarterback, 28, broke the record for most post-season touchdowns by a pair in NFL history on Sunday.

Kelce caught two touchdown passes from Mahomes, bringing their total of career playoff touchdowns together to 16, surpassing New England Patriots duo Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski’s tally of 15.

After Kelce ran a pass into the end zone during the second quarter, he formed a heart with his hands, directing the gesture toward his superstar girlfriend Taylor Swift, 34, and his family inside Highmark Stadium.

Travis’ older brother Jason Kelce, 36, celebrated that touchdown by taking off his shirt and yelling in excitement in the suite where their mom Donna Kelce, dad Ed Kelce and Swift were also cheering. Jason was also seen jumping into the stands shirtless to greet booing Bills fans.