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Sorry Benlen and Heenan Fan....but this was meant to be. 3 comebacks...3 wins...Now I get to look forward to all the Heart Attacks and Strokes at work.

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20-10 isn't as bad as 28-3......but another devastating blown opportunity by Kyle Shannahan.

And congrats to the Kansas City Chiefs for the fourth quarter comeback to be Super Bowl champions.

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And just like that, Andy Reid goes from "Marty Schottenheimer" to "Dick Vermeil".

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Mahomes is named the Super Bowl MVP.

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And Trump congratulates the Chiefs but does not know what state they are from...

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How do you see this stuff?



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Dr. Strangelove wrote: Mahomes is named the Super Bowl MVP.

and this is why i don't take Super bowl MVP serious, the quarterback just has to show up  and he will win in this era.

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It should have been Damien Williams.

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Principal_Raditch wrote: It should have been Damien Williams.I expect Skip Bayless to say that today.

While I think Mahomes didn't have one of his best statistical games (some of that goes to how well the SF defense played....for three quarters), he was the driving force during the comeback in the fourth quarter, meaning the Chiefs wouldn't have come back and won without him.  While Damien Williams played OK all game, he basically got a big chunk of his total yards on one play from that last drive to put the game away after the Chiefs had taken the lead on the previous drive.

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The thing about Williams, having seen him play here for the last few years, is that he's not spectacular, but the guy seems to ramp it up when it counts. 5 playoff games for the Chiefs, 10 Td's (6 rush, and 4 receiving) and 355 yards on the ground and another 185 catching.. The guy has brought his game up when it counted. I don't have an real issue with Mahomes winning, I just would have liked to see a guy like Williams get the nod, considering he was probably in the Mix for it.

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I think the turning point was the Niners winning the challenge. Third and 15 Mahomes had to throw deep and Hill caught it for 42. If the previous play wasn't challenged the Chiefs were rushing to line probably to just hand off to make the previous play count. Then I see the the chiefs dinking and dunking on the drive.



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Dr. Strangelove wrote: Principal_Raditch wrote: It should have been Damien Williams.I expect Skip Bayless to say that today.

While I think Mahomes didn't have one of his best statistical games (some of that goes to how well the SF defense played....for three quarters), he was the driving force during the comeback in the fourth quarter, meaning the Chiefs wouldn't have come back and won without him.  While Damien Williams played OK all game, he basically got a big chunk of his total yards on one play from that last drive to put the game away after the Chiefs had taken the lead on the previous drive.
MVP went to right guy. Williams had about 60 yards until he broke one when game was over.



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Benlen wrote: Dr. Strangelove wrote: Principal_Raditch wrote: It should have been Damien Williams.I expect Skip Bayless to say that today.

While I think Mahomes didn't have one of his best statistical games (some of that goes to how well the SF defense played....for three quarters), he was the driving force during the comeback in the fourth quarter, meaning the Chiefs wouldn't have come back and won without him.  While Damien Williams played OK all game, he basically got a big chunk of his total yards on one play from that last drive to put the game away after the Chiefs had taken the lead on the previous drive.
MVP went to right guy. Williams had about 60 yards until he broke one when game was over.

No it didn't , he fumbled twice, threw two bad interceptions, missed all day til the last five mins... and 3 and 15 was all Tyreek hill freaking the shit out of the DB and being open for 20 seconds and the ball just in the air and tyreek had to wait for the ball to come down that is how open he was.
Again the NFL needs to do something with this if a qb can just show up and be MVP, and ever other position player has to have either make a key legendary game winning play or the game of their life to win the award then just make it Outstanding player of the playoffs and call it a day. 
Now him winning it isn't as bad as say the back to back years the Mannings won.. but this was kind of bad but expected the way the NFL gives awards out
Williams (who ended the game and clinched the superbowl with the touchdown and gave them the lead), Watkins who had a huge game, or Jone on the defensive line with his tips and pressure before Mahomes 

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nyhack56 wrote: And just like that, Andy Reid goes from "Marty Schottenheimer" to "Dick Vermeil".I was gonna say Big White Tony Dungy because he saw his old team winning the Super Bowl without him and goes on to win one with another team.

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So the Chiefs Parade is today. I decided to skip it, since I didn't want to be stuck in 24 degree weather for a few hrs in between a few hundred thousand people. But I saw this and posted it on facebook, just for the sheer stupidity of some fans.
https://www.facebook.com/amber.schaber.12/videos/10162884300780384/?t=4


Plus this gem

https://www.facebook.com/joey.trusty.7/videos/2849079281825863/?t=15

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