Super Bowl Champions: Kansas City Chiefs


This weekend was busy, joining the span of a playoff birth for both the San-Fransisco Forty-Niners and the Kansas City Chiefs.  These two teams go head-to-head in a clash of red, white, and gold beauty.

The 2020 Playoffs for the Chiefs have been nothing short of astounding and breathtaking, to say the least. Starting off strong with a 24-point deficit to the Houston Texans in the 1st quarter. Next, they had to take on the Tennessee Titans where they got down by 10 points twice during the game. Finally, during the Superbowl, the Kansas City Chiefs made some “Mahomes Magic” come true one last time. In the 4th quarter, the Chiefs, once again, woke up. Being down 20-10 at the beginning of the 4th quarter, quarterback Patrick Mahomes finds an open Travis Kelce for a 1-yard touchdown, cutting the lead to 3 points. The Chiefs, after a three-and-out for the Niners, methodically move the ball to take the lead in the fourth quarter. Later on, the team was on defense, when suddenly Garroppolo throws a game-sealing interception to cornerback Kendall Fuller.  Recap: The Kansas City Chiefs are Superbowl LlV champions!