Chiefs Win Super Bowl 38-35


The Kansas City Chiefs beat the Philadelphia Eagles 38-35 to win the Super Bowl. This was a legendary game with both teams giving it their all. The game started in the favor of the Eagles who had a 24-14 lead at halftime. Jalen Hurts was dominating in the air and on the ground. Meanwhile, Mahomes had an injury scare at the end of the first half. He looked to aggravate his already injured ankle. But no sign of injury showed in the second half as the Chiefs picked apart the Eagles’ defense.

Having a 35-27 lead in the 4th quarter, the Eagles had to score. And they did with a long Devonta Smith reception setting up a Hurts’ rushing TD. That TD would be his 3rd rushing TD of the game setting a Super Bowl record for a QB. Hurts then converted the 2-point conversion to tie the game. The Chiefs still had time to score before the game ended. They marched down the field to get in the RedZone with less than 2 minutes remaining. On 3rd and 9, Mahomes threw an incomplete pass and it looked like the Eagles would have a chance.

But there was a controversial holding call on the Eagles which gave the Chiefs a 1st down and basically won the Chiefs the game as the Eagles could not stop the clock. The call was on James Bradberry; while there was contact, in my opinion there was too little to call it. Especially in this huge stage and when the implication is so huge. At the end of the day the Chiefs are the Super Bowl Champions and they’ve had a great season.

With his 2nd ring, Patrick Mahomes has now fully cemented himself in the category of greats. He also won his 2nd Super Bowl MVP putting him in very exclusive company. Andy Reid has also done a complete 180 in his coaching career. From being a notorious choker to a 2-time champion, Travis Kelce is now very firmly in the greatest TE of all time conversation.

On the other side, the Eagles have a very bright future. Most of their players are signed long term and they should be ready to run it back. Jalen Hurts had a legendary performance in the Super Bowl and an amazing season. He’s going to be back in the Super Bowl one day. Nick Sirianni is an amazing head coach and will get better over time. The receiving, secondary, and O/D-Line are all elite. They will be ready and could very well win it the next year.