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Chiefs win 3rd title in 5 years.
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LAS VEGAS — “Viva Las Vegas!” Dynasty confirmed. Down three in overtime, Patrick Mahomes led a 75-yard game-winning drive to give our Kansas City Chiefs a nail-biting 25-22 victory over the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LVIII. The Chiefs are the NFL’s first back-to-back champion since the 2004-05 New England Patriots. Steve Spagnuolo’s defense held the niners to a field goal on the opening possession of overtime. Thirteen plays later, Mahomes hit receiver Mecole Hardman Jr. for a 3-yard, walk-off score to seal the dynasty. “Our mindset was: Go win the game right here,” Mahomes recounted. “Once we got that ball — we fell short in regulation, we’re not going to do that again. We’re going to go out there and win the game.” To say the Chiefs struggled in the first half would be a vast understatement. KC fumbled four times (recovered three) and penalties and dropped passes reared their ugly head for the first time in two months. Frustration was also an issue.
Remember when we won Super Bowl LVIII? Because we sure do 🍾 pic.twitter.com/7xZsWEVs9u
— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) February 20, 2024
Defensive tackle Chris Jones lambasted his teammates. Tight end Travis Kelce bumped head coach Andy Reid, then cussed him out as he was being restrained by running back Jerick McKinnon. And, defensive back La’Jarius Sneed drew a penalty flag for losing his composure. Big Red must’ve blew a gasket at halftime. Because the second half was a completely different story.
Mahomes, crowned Super Bowl MVP for the third time, appeared to complete every pass.
He finished the game with 333 yards passing, two touchdowns and one interception — good for a 99.3 passer rating.
No. 15 also ran for 66 yards.
Hmm… 333 passing, 66 rushing, and a 99.3 QB rating?
Hardman also scored on a 3-yard pass with 3 seconds on the clock and Logan Ryan (who wears No. 33) let him score.
Not to mention, the address of Allegiant Stadium is 3333 Al Davis Way.
Damn. That’s a lot of 3,6,9s which are Illuminati/Freemason numbers.
But that’s a topic for a different day.
“The offense persevered,” Coach Reid said.
“That last drive was a thing of beauty.”
CNN's Abby Phillip asks Patrick Mahomes to comment on the conspiracies that his Super Bowl victory was rigged to benefit Joe Biden pic.twitter.com/aiVkybUFAF
— Awful Announcing (@awfulannouncing) February 13, 2024
Mahomes joined Tom Brady and Joe Montana as the only quarterbacks in league history to win at least three Super Bowl MVP Awards and two regular season MVPs. But he’s not satisfied with winning back-to-back championships. No sir. The 28-year-old wunderkind is already lookin’ to three-peat, something that has never been done before.
“I’m going to celebrate tonight. I’m going to celebrate at the parade,” Mahomes said.
“Then, I’ll do whatever I can to be back in this game next year and try to go for that three-peat.”
What’s scary is the Chiefs are one of the NFL’s youngest teams and they’re in good shape salary cap-wise.
KC is gonna be a contender for a long, long time.
Other Super Bowl notes:
- Usher delivered a kick-ass performance. He even had sexy ladies sliding down stripper poles. Super cool!
- Ice Spice joined Taylor Swift in her suite. Then, proceeded to throw up Illuminati hand gestures while donning the Cross of Saint Peter. In case you didn’t know, the upside-down petrine is an anti-Christian, Satanic symbol.
- Andra Day’s performance of “Lift Ev’ry Voice and Sing” did the negro national anthem justice.
- The Chiefs won have 3 Super Bowls in 5 years despite trailing by 10 points in each. That means Mahomes has the most double-digit comebacks (3) in Super Bowl history. Tom Brady is second with two.
- Chiefs fans in Kansas City’s Power & Light District went absolutely bonkers.
- The game attracted more than 123 million viewers, making it the most-watched show in television history.
- The Nevada Gaming Control Board said a record-breaking $185 million was wagered on the Super Bowl.
- After the game, President Joe Biden tweeted, “Just like we drew it up.” Now fans believe the NFL is rigged.
- During their postgame press conference, several San Francisco players said they were unaware of the overtime rules. After winning the coin toss, head coach Kyle Shanahan decided to take the football first when he shouldn’t deferred.
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