Travis Kelce’s Topps Era

Taylor Swift’s Favorite TE’s Topps RCs

Date: Nov 20, 2023
Topics: Football, Taylor Swift, Travis Kelce
Length: 412 Words
Reading Time: ~3 Minutes

A gridiron great and one of the biggest global stars of all time have created a real-life Love Story. This high-profile relationship has generated massive hype in pro football, popular culture, and the hobby. Kelce has already established himself as a prime target for collectors, and now he’s a household name for anyone with access to the internet. Kelce’s football prowess is as undeniable as Swift’s ability to capture hearts. His cards aren’t just collectibles but lyrical mementos of a champion’s journey, much like Swift’s songs narrate tales of love, loss, and triumph. Whether it’s the fiery intensity of “I Knew You Were Trouble” mirrored in Kelce’s game-changing plays or the resilience in “Shake It Off” reflected in his comeback moments, each card, like each song, tells a story.

So, let’s embark on this enchanted journey through the best Travis Kelce’s Topps cards. ‘Tis the moment in the Damn Season to take a look at Kelce’s top Topps RCs.

Read the complete guide to the top Travis Kelce Rookie Cards at Cardlines.

2013 Topps Football Travis Kelce RC

The year is 2013. One year after Taylor Swift dropped Red, and the year before she released 1989, it also happens to be Travis Kelce’s rookie year in Kansas City. Kelce would have a great rookie campaign, displaying flashes of brilliance that we’ve come to expect from the TE, catching 67 passes for 862 years and five touchdowns. Those stats almost make up for his awful RC picture.

2013 Topps Magic #327 Travis Kelce RC

You may not remember Topps Magic, but you don’t need to be a Swiftie to realize that this 2013 Topps Magic #327 Travis Kelce RC presaged the celebrity romance of 2023. This card has proven to be a collecting favorite as Kelce has racked up HOF numbers. Thankfully, the card features Kelce in action instead of posing outside the local Hollister.

2015 Topps Finest Travis Kelce Red Refractor /99

Taylor Swift’s Red is, perhaps, her most important album. Released in 2012, the album was a massive crossover hit as Swift married her personal and incisive lyrics with pop hooks, engineering a sonic formula that has helped her become one of the biggest artists in the world.

Read the complete guide to the top Travis Kelce Rookie Cards at Cardlines.


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