Why the Chiefs are going to win the Super Bowl again


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Patrick Mahomes exits the game on Dec. 31, 2017.

Jaden Goodman, Staff Writer

Last year, Patrick Mahomes led the Kansas City Chiefs to the Super Bowl, winning 31-20 against the San Fransico 49’ers.

There’s no reason why the Chiefs shouldn’t find their way back to the Super Bowl and even win it again.

The Chiefs have an explosive offense with their MVP quarterback and Pro Bowl selection receiver Tyreke Hill. They also have a solid defense with Tyrann Mathieu leading the charge.

The Chiefs have been impressive so far in the playoffs, most recently beating the Cleveland Browns 22-17. Patrick Mahomes left that game early, but his backup Chad Henne kept the Chief’s lead and won the game.

This leads the Chiefs to play the Bills this Sunday, Jan. 24 at 6:40 p.m. Mahomes practiced on Wednesday, but whether or not he is playing has not been publicly announced.

The Chiefs were the No. 1 seed coming out of the AFC with a record of 14-2. If the Chiefs can keep up how they played in the regular season combined with how they played against the Browns, the Chiefs can win the Super Bowl for the second straight year.

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