The Super Bowl LVIII is set to feature a match-up between two of the best tight ends in NFL history: George Kittle of the San Francisco 49ers and Travis Kelce of the Kansas City Chiefs. Speaking on Thursday at Radio Row in Las Vegas, Houston Texans tight end Brevin Jordan heaped praise on Kittle, highlighting his exceptional skills at the position.
According to Jordan, Kittle is a complete player with an unmatched skill set. He excels as both a blocker and a receiver and is widely regarded as the best tight end in the NFL. This sentiment is echoed by many of his fellow NFL tight ends who have praised his leadership on and off the field.
Since being drafted by the 49ers in 2017, Kittle has been an essential part of their offense, consistently excelling as both a blocker and a receiver. His leadership has also been key to his success, earning him numerous Pro Bowl selections and All-Pro honors over the years.
The Chiefs are no stranger to facing top-tier talent at tight end either, with Kelce being considered one of the best players at his position. The two teams met four years ago in Super Bowl LIV, where the Chiefs emerged victorious. This time around, both teams will be seeking to come out on top in what promises to be an exciting match-up.