Travis Kelce warns the Bills they face a VERY different Chiefs compared to the team they beat in Week 14 at Arrowhead: ‘We’ve got a different energy, the offense is clicking… we’re having a lot of fun’

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce spoke glowingly about how he and his teammates feel ahead of facing the Buffalo Bills in the playoffs this weekend.

The Chiefs are set to travel to Highmark Stadium for a rematch of this season’s Week 14 matchup that Buffalo won 20-17 after WR Kadarius Toney lined up offsides on a pivotal play.

It will also be Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes first playoff game on the road in his NFL career, which has led to several members of the Bills roster feeling confident about their home field advantage.

‘I think right now it’s just a different energy in our building at least. I’m not sure what they but watching their game a couple nights ago…it looks like they got some pretty damn good energy,’ Kelce said during the bonus episode of his ‘New Heights’ podcast.

‘And the Bills Mafia at home is always going to give you that, that much more momentum. Especially if they’re shoveling snow two days before for an extra $20 bucks an hour.

‘I love the challenge of having to go to Buffalo, a hostile environment and trying to find a way to win when it’s single elimination.’

The 34-year-old Kelce ended the season with 93 receptions for 984 yards and five touchdowns.

He also recently discussed the ‘honor’ of being named a team captain for the postseason during a photoshoot.

‘I think coach [Andy] Reid does the captains deal for the team a little bit different than a lot of other coaches throughout the league,’ Kelce said in a video released on the Chiefs X account.

‘Throughout the year, we have multiple captains. The captains change every single gameday.

‘A lot of the times it’s a guy that’s from the city that we’re playing or a guy that’s played for the team that we’ve played. And he gives them a chance to lead this team into battle.