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Second-half surge powers Chiefs past Eagles in Super Bowl LVII

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Second-half surge powers Chiefs past Eagles in Super Bowl LVII

The Kansas City Chiefs won another Super Bowl, elevated the statures of quarterback Patrick Mahomes and Coach Andy Reid among the all-time greats and secured major bragging rights within the Kelce family.

In a Super Bowl LVII filled with connections between competitors and carrying historical significance, the Chiefs used a big fourth quarter to beat the Philadelphia Eagles, 38-35, on Sunday at State Farm Stadium.

“I thought the guys accepted the challenge,” said Mahomes, who was named the game’s MVP. “It was a crazy year, but we ended up on top.”

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