Week 11 of the NFL season is set to end with a bang as the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs face off at Arrowhead on Monday night.

The last time the Eagles and Chiefs played it was to cap off last season in the Super Bowl, and the game certainly didn't go or end the way Philly wanted it to.

For Philadelphia center Jason Kelce, it was a bitter moment, but also had a tint of sweetness to it that likely took a little bit of time to settle in as his brother won his second Super Bowl ring.

Of course, Kelce's brother is none other than Kansas City's star tight end Travis Kelce - in case you've been living under a rock - and both of their achievements on the field are well known by most football fans today.

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce (87) talks with his brother Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce (62) after he won Super Bowl LVII at State Farm Stadium.

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Those appreciating the Kelce brothers' work, however, have grown over the past two years - and we're not talking about 'Swifties' - as the duo began starring in the New Heights podcast that boasts over 1.5 million subscribers on YouTube alone.

The show is a genius blend of insight into the lives and minds of NFL athletes mixed with comedic family and personal anecdotes that not only humanize the larger-than-life football stars but make them relatable to almost everybody who tunes in on a weekly basis.

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They've even somehow turned a game that should be billed as a rivalry into more of a reunion of sorts with usually rabid sports fans looking forward to the good time that will be had almost more than they desire the destruction of their enemy.

We said almost.

With that, Kelce and his brother recently dropped some tips for any out-of-town Eagles fans that might be traveling to the Chiefs' home for the Monday night contest, and they did it with the usual flair fans of both teams would come to expect.