By Melody Miller
Jason Kelce loves Philly and Philly fans, as his Super Bowl parade speech confirmed once and for all.
And he is looking forward to MNF’s showdown at the Linc against the Vikes:
“I’m always excited to play, especially on a prime time game,” Kelce told the 94WIP Morning Show on Thursday.
“I’m not a huge fan of the time slot of a prime time game, because it’s so late you’re not getting done until a crazy time so you don’t get to see friends, family stuff like that after the game. I’m always excited to play just because the stakes are a little bit higher and the atmosphere is going to be electric.”
Kelce, who admits the number one improvement the Eagles’ offensive line needs to make is better communication, urges fans to make it miserable for Kirk Cousins and the Vikings offensive line on Monday.
“By doing what they always do, making it a chaotic environment that is uncomfortable for the Minnesota Vikings,” Kelce said when asked what he expects from the Eagles crowd.
“As an opposing offense there is nothing worse than a fan base being so loud that we can’t communicate to each other, to the guy standing right next to us.”