Super Bowl LIV

Courtesy of Deadline.com

Courtesy of Deadline.com

Edgar (Alex) Hernandez, Staff Writer

After 60 minutes of an intense and unpredictable contested football game before more than 65,000 fans at Hard Rock Stadium and millions more world-wide, the Kansas City Chiefs emerged victorious by scoring a total of 31-20 comeback win.

This was the 52nd Super Bowl, it is somewhat old hat for the Miami Area—hosting its 11th Big Game, the city was enlivened by the matchup between the 13-3 San Francisco 49ers and the 12-4 Kansas City Chiefs.

It had been 50 years since Kansas City last appeared in Super Bowl IV (a win over Minnesota Vikings).

San Francisco had last won Big Game XXIX in 1994, so both teams’ fan bases could just taste how sweet it would be to hoist the Vince Lombardi trophy.

That is why many people were excited to see two teams that were hungrier than a dog that has not been fed in a month. From the first to the fourth quarter, San Francisco’s defense took it to the Chiefs and Mahomes, Quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs. The Niners defense appeared to give Mahomes trouble. Two fumbles, two interceptions, taking too many hits, and his throws were surprisingly inaccurate; all of which contributed to what looked like an invincible Niners 20-10 fourth quarter lead with only 6 minutes left in the game.

The Chiefs led by its young quarterback rolled off 21 unanswered fourth quarter points; he became the youngest to win the Super Bowl; and, he earned the Super Bowl LIV’s MVP award.

“That was a really good defensive team we faced,” Mahomes said. “They applied a lot of pressure and I tried to force some things and had some turnovers. But we never stopped believing. That’s what we have done all postseason. We kept fighting and we found ways to win it in the end.” Mahomes may have been the MVP, but the true love fest was directed to the Kansas City Chief’s head coach Andy Reid. It took Reid 222 wins to finally get the “Big One,” Finally getting his legacy win, the 21-year NFL coach has worked hard for his ticket to the Hall of Fame.

Indeed, the Chiefs got it done and are Kings of the NFL Super Bowl LIV not just because of their talent, but because the team is a connected team that truly understands teamwork and believes that what they do in practice will always give them the no problems despite the obstacles they face, they will always stick together because that’s what brother hood is all about.