Jason Kelce isn't crying in his cleats after his Philadelphia Eagles were eliminated from the playoffs. Instead he's enjoying the remainder of the post-season cheering on lil bro Travis and imbibing at a Buffalo Bills tailgate party.

Jason was spotted by Barstool Sports on YouTube living it up in the parking lot of Highmark Stadium in Buffalo, New York ahead of their matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Jason put himself right in the middle of the mayhem, even taking a shot out of what appears to a bowling bowl.

And it's clear that even though he's the brother of the Kansas City tight end on a mission to take town the Bills, Buffalo fans were happy to have Kelce get in on their tailgating action.

Jason got emotional during the most recent episode of his New Heights Show Podcast when talking about rumors of his impending retirement from professional football.

He said that although he eluded to retiring in the locker room after the Eagles loss to Tampa Bay (which took Philly out of Super Bowl contention), that he'd be making an official announcement in a more formal way if and when he decides to call it a career.

But if the version of Jason Kelce we see at this Buffalo Bills tailgate is an indication of things to come, he's certainly going to have a fun retirement.

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Jason is reportedly hanging out in a suite at Highmark Stadium to root brother Travis Kelce on to victory, alongside Travis' current flame Taylor Swift and mom Donna Kelce.

Check out their interaction and Taylor's arrival to the game below!

Nice coat, Tay!

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