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Sport Travis Kelce used an astonishingly quick and complex move to toast Browns CB Denzel Ward

00:30  18 january  2021
00:30  18 january  2021 Source:   ftw.usatoday.com

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The beauty of an elite tight end is that he’s got the size to beat most cornerbacks and the finesse and speed to toast most linebackers.

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But then there’s Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, who can do all that — while also showing the finesse to toast most cornerbacks and the power to bowl over most linebackers.

During the AFC Divisional Round of the playoffs on Sunday, Kelce matched up against Cleveland Browns cornerback Denzel Ward. Kelce’s footwork was absurdly quick and his route was wildly complex. The devastating combination left Ward on the ground within moments after the snap. Kelce, wide open, caught the pass and ran through the middle of the Cleveland defense for a 20-yard touchdown.

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Travis Kelce , Actor: Moonbase 8. Majored in exploratory studies. Three-year letter winner at quarterback at Cleveland Heights High School. Recognized with All-Lake Erie League honors after totaling 2,539 yards of total offense as a senior and collected 1,016 yards rushing

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Kelce is just so freaking good.

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