The BEST Reaction From Super Bowl LVII

The Kansas City Chiefs overcame a 10-point halftime deficit to defeat the Philadelphia Eagles in dramatic fashion 38-35 to win Super Bowl LVII.

Their second Super Bowl victory in four years means they are well on their way to carving out a potential dynasty.

Playing on a high ankle sprain, Patrick Mahomes worked his usual magic, leading the Chiefs to scoring drives on all four of their second half possessions.

Defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo lived up to his big-game reputation as he made masterful halftime adjustments that kept Jalen Hurts and the Eagles offense in check the entire second half.

As clutch as Mahomes and Kansas City’s defense was, the most impressive performance came from their offensive line which completely shut down the Eagles pass rush.

The Eagles defense entered the game with a league-leading 78 sacks – but were held to ZERO thanks to the dominant Chiefs offensive line which was protecting a wounded and compromised Mahomes.

A controversial defensive holding call on Eagles cornerback James Bradberry helped lead to a game-winning 27 yard field goal by Harrison Butker.

Mahomes would be named MVP, making him the first player since Kurt Warner in 1999 to win league MVP and Super Bowl MVP in the same season.

“I thought guys just embraced the moment. In that first half, we were playing and doing some good stuff, but I felt like the guys were getting consumed by everything around us. It took everybody to win the game,” said Mahomes.

Head coach Andy Reid hoisted the Lombardi trophy once again, this time defeating his former team, the Eagles.

“We wanted to get this so bad for him. His legacy in Philly lives on forever. There’s a lot of pride in knowing that he’s had success in two different organizations, but this was the better one,” said tight end Travis Kelce.

Safe to say it was a frustrating night in Philadelphia…

But the Chiefs earned this victory and proved that the Eagles aren’t quite ready for this stage…