WATCH: Travis Kelce Reveals His Shocking Take On Latest KC Controversy … How In The World Could This Happen??

The Kansas City Chiefs are kings of the NFL world.

As the first back-to-back Super Bowl champs since the 2003-2004 New England Patriots, the Chiefs have a chance to do something that’s never been done before: pull off a historic three-peat.

The target on their backs will be larger than ever. But hey, Patrick Mahomes and company have faced their share of challenges before, and they seem to answer the bell almost every single time.

As they prepare for the upcoming season, the Chiefs are still enjoying their latest Super Bowl triumph.

They know they can’t get fat off the glory if they want to continue to be great, but they more than deserve to enjoy their accomplishments.

Speaking of which, the team just received their brand-new Super Bowl rings and they are every bit as glorious as you would expect.

However, there is one small issue – or perhaps a big issue depending on who you ask…

The ring features the postseason opponents that Kansas City faced on their way towards winning the title. It also features the opponents’ playoff seed.

Inexplicably, the Miami Dolphins are engraved as being the #7 seed on the ring … The only problem is that in reality the Fins were the #6 seed!

Most people have been left jaw-dropped, wondering how in the world such a careless mistake could be made, especially when it comes to something so important as an ultra-expensive Super Bowl ring.

However, there are others who simply couldn’t care less.

9-time Pro Bowler Travis Kelce is one of these people…

“I don’t give a sh*t,” Kelce stated on his New Heights podcast. “I like it that we didn’t give a f*ck about what seed Miami was.

“Yeah, they were seventh. Who cares? … They could have put no seeds on the side of them, and I would have been fine.

“I think it makes it more unique, ‘Oh yeah, and we really made it more detailed. And oops, we screwed up.’ It just makes it more exclusive … We screwed up about something that means nothing.”

As shocking as the mistake was, Kelce might be onto something – and it certainly makes the ring more “unique,” that’s for sure.

Regardless, the ring is Kelce’s third with the Chiefs. It features 505 round diamonds, 19 baguette diamonds, five marquise diamonds, and 38 genuine rubies.

Interestingly, Kelce admitted that this latest ring is not his favorite of the three…

“The one last year was my favorite one,” he said. “The top of the ring comes off. It has a clasp, [so] you can wear it in different ways.

“I think if I would ever, like, wear the rings out in a sense or like what represent that team or that Super Bowl, I would probably wear that clasp on a necklace before I would wear that big f*cking massive ass ring.”

What are your thoughts on the mistake with Miami’s seeding? … Is it no big deal?

More importantly, what are your thoughts on Kelce and the Chiefs entering the new season?

Do you think they will actually pull off the historic three-peat???