For the first time in nineteen years, the NFL has a recurring champion. The Kansas City Chiefs, who have won three Super Bowls in the last five seasons, solidified their place in the league’s modern-day dynasty on Sunday at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas by defeating the San Francisco 49ers 25–22 in overtime.Like the last two for Kansas City and its star quarterback Patrick Mahomes, this one featured an incredible comeback in the second half, along with some heroics in overtime.
 Mahomes completed 34 of 46 passes for 333 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception, good for a 99.3 passer rating and his third Super Bowl MVP award. He is one of just three players to earn three Super Bowl MVP awards, along with Tom Brady (five) and Joe Montana (three).Mahomes, who has an incredible 15-3 record in the postseason across his six-year career, is now in exclusive company as one of just five quarterbacks in league history to win at least three Super Bowls, along with Brady (seven), Troy Aikman (three), and Montana (four). The only other players to win three before turning thirty are Aikman and Mahomes, both of whom are 28. Mahomes has a 7-0 record in the past two postseasons while tossing 13 touchdowns and only one interception.
Bravo to the Kansas City Chiefs, the NFL 2024 champions! Well done to both teams; they gave the fans a great game!


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