The Kansas City Chiefs did it again and won their third Super Bowl in five years.  It was an epic game from start to finish that ended in overtime with the Chiefs winning 25-22.  A last second touchdown pass to Mecole Hardman of all people who started the season as a New York Jet to regionalize it a little.  It was a clean and well officiated game by referee Bill Vinovich who might be the best in the game along with his crew.  Mahomes won another Super Bowl MVP and solidified himself as the best quarterback in the entire NFL and it's not even close.  Below is my quick take on this from The Times Union:

San Francisco allowed Kansas City to hang around and in overtime gave quarterback Patrick Mahomes too much time on the clock and Mahomes does what he always does and that's win games. Andy Reid is as good a head coach as there is, and even in a season when the Chiefs didn't play their best football, they still won playoffs games at Buffalo and Baltimore and then embraced the underdog role in the Super Bowl. When you win 3 out of last 5 Super Bowls you have built a dynasty. And Mahomes is only 28 years old. Kansas City isn't going away anytime soon.

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Now it is on to the NFL offseason and no football until early September.  The Chiefs and 49ers will be the early preseason favorites but the Chiefs have earned the word dynasty here as they continue to dominate and win even when everyone doubted them this season in particular.

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