Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce broke Jerry Rice's all-time playoff reception record in Sunday's AFC Championship Game. Jan 28, 2024; Baltimore, Maryland, USA; Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce (87) celebrates after scoring a touchdown against the Baltimore Ravens during the first half in the AFC Championship football game at M&T Bank Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

An NFL record that was previously thought to be unbreakable was broken Sunday by Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce in the first half of the AFC Championship Game against the Baltimore Ravens.

With his seventh reception in Sunday’s game, hauled in early in the second quarter, Kelce moved past Pro Football Hall of Famer Jerry Rice for most career receptions in postseason history with 152.

Rice, Kelce, and former New England Patriot Julian Edelman are the only three players to even cross the 100-reception mark in a postseason career.

Rice amassed the previous record over 29 career postseason games while Kelce took just 21 to set the new record.

Kelce would go on to tie another one of Rice’s records in the second half when he crossed the 100-yard mark for the game, the eighth time in his playoff career which matches Rice’s career total.

Kelce has no shortage of regular season accolades in his career, holding the NFL record for most consecutive 1,000-yard seasons from a tight end (seven), the most receiving yards by a tight end in one season in NFL history (1,416 in 2020), and the most games with 100+ receiving yards in NFL history by a tight end (37). At just 34 and with the Chiefs making deep playoff runs virtually every year, Kelce may get to 200 or more playoff receptions before his career concludes.