In order to win Super Bowl 54 in 2021, Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs had to come back from a 10-point deficit. As a result, they weren’t afraid when they faced a similar deficit on Sunday night in Arizona.
In the second half, Kansas City found a new gear, outlasting the Eagles and winning their second title in four years by scoring on each of their drives.
The Eagles put up as much of a fight as they could, scoring 17 points in the second quarter, and they stayed in the game even after the Chiefs had the upper hand in the second half.
Kansas City led 35-27 on a legendary punt return by Kadarius Toney that resulted in a walk-in touchdown for Skyy Moore, but Philadelphia immediately retaliated. DeVonta Smith was the recipient of a game-changing grab from Jalen Hurts, who then immediately took it himself to tie the score.
The Chiefs took advantage of all but eight seconds of the 5:15 that the Eagles left on the clock to grab the lead.
Kansas City carefully made its way down the field and toward the goal. A defensive holding penalty assessed to James Bradberry allowed Kansas City to run the clock down to eight seconds just as the Eagles poised to force a field goal with plenty of time remaining.
Hurts’ Hail Mary attempt fell far short, Harrison Butker kicked a 27-yard field goal, and the Chiefs once again left the field as winners.
It was a slightly underwhelming conclusion to an otherwise exhilarating game, one that will only serve to fuel the criticism of NFL officials. When two-time champs Andy Reid and Patrick Mahomes parade the Lombardi Trophy through Kansas City on Wednesday to celebrate their victory, nobody will be considering that this week.
31 teams will be aiming to defeat the two-time Super Bowl MVP when the NFL resumes play in September, where it left off.
The Super Bowl 57 matchup between the Chiefs and Eagles was followed live by The Sporting News, who also provided highlights. Check out all of the crucial events from the NFL season finale that you might have missed.
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Super Bowl LVII The Half-Time Show
Fans finally got Rihanna on Sunday for 13 minutes after waiting five years.
As the 2023 Super Bowl halftime show performer, Rihanna gave fans a break from the Chiefs-Eagles game in September to reintroduce herself to the world. And she did reintroduce herself.
Rihanna’s 2nd Pregnancy had been creating a big issue for attending Super Bowl LVII Half Time Show. But Rihanna’s fans eagerly waited to watch her performance. Robyn Rihanna is a Barbadian singer and actress. She doesn’t want to break the mood of her fans. That is why The most wanted singer Rihanna attend the Half Time Show and fulfilled the demand of all the fans of the NFL and her fans also.
An all-hits soundtrack that delighted fans and several anti-gravity acts made it a memorable concert that received considerable accolades. What enhanced Rihanna’s performance even further? Actually, she is expecting her second kid. That will go down in Super Bowl lore.
It would be an understatement to say that Rihanna’s performance on Sunday during Super Bowl 57 is eagerly anticipated given that she last gave a live performance in January 2018 and hasn’t put out a new album since 2016. Naturally, Rihanna is aware of this, which has led to extensive preparation for Sunday.
The superstar said on February 8 that she has 39 distinct possible setlists for her concert this Sunday, which undoubtedly opens up a world of possibilities.
Chiefs vs. Eagles Highlights From Super Bowl LVII
6:44 p.m. — The first kickoff is returned for a touchback. We are ready to play Super Bowl!
6:53 p.m. TOUCHDOWN — Hurts’ sneak has officially been deemed a touchdown after some initial uncertainty regarding a penalty! What a drive by the Eagles offense to put the Chiefs under some early pressure. Philadelphia is 7-0. (Eagles 7, Chiefs 0)
7:00 p.m. TOUCHDOWN — There is no way to defend him! Marcus Epps cannot stop Kelce from eluding him and catching Mahomes’ first touchdown pass of the game for the Chiefs. Wow, what a way to start both offenses. (Chiefs 7, Eagles 7)
7:23 p.m. — End of first quarter:(Chiefs 7, Eagles 7)
7:26 p.m. TOUCHDOWN — There it is, then! Hurts throws a deep pass to Brown, who makes a grown guy catch it and runs for a 45-yard touchdown. The Eagles specifically sought out Brown for that reason. Philadelphia wins 14-7. (Eagles 14, Chiefs 7)
7:39 p.m. TOUCHDOWN — Wow! Hurts drops the ball, and Nick Bolton recovers it and returns it for the score! This game is now tied after the Chiefs completely reversed the momentum. (Chiefs 14, Eagles 14)
7:53 p.m. TOUCHDOWN — Hurts scores a third touchdown! He is greeted with MVP chants as he rushes it in to give the Eagles a 21-14 lead. (Eagles 21, Chiefs 14)
8:16 p.m. FIELD GOAL — Jake Elliott successfully kicks a 35-yard field goal to give the Eagles a two-possession lead. The Eagles would have preferred to lead by two touchdowns, but they are content with a 10-point advantage. With the ball to begin the second half, Kansas City.
8:17 p.m. — End of the first half ( Eagles 24, Chiefs 14)
8: 30 p.m. HALF-TIME SHOW. — The State Farm Stadium stage has been taken over by Rihanna! The stage is in the air.
8:41 p.m. — Rihanna closes with “Diamonds,” which she performs far above the field. Surprisingly, she performed the entire act by herself without any help from guests. Good work!
8:56 p.m. TOUCHDOWN —Isiah Pacheco scores by running it in! Nice work by Kansas City in changing the drive’s momentum and making it seem simple. The game only has three points. (Eagles 24, Chiefs 21)
9:20 p.m. FIELD GOAL — Elliott makes the quick field goal to increase the Eagles’ advantage. But there is a possibility for the Chiefs to gain their first advantage. Coming up is a big push for Philadelphia’s defense. (Chiefs 27, Eagles 21)
9:20 p.m. — End of the third quarter (Chiefs 27, Eagles 21)
9:32 p.m. TOUCHDOWN — In the lead are the Chiefs! Kadarius Toney enters the field of play to score. The Eagles’ defense offered no resistance throughout Kansas City’s impressive drive. (Chiefs 28, Eagles 27)
9:42 p.m. TOUCHDOWN — Right now, Andy Reid and Eric Bieniemy are simply outsmarting the Eagles. After Skyy Moore receives a pass from Patrick Mahomes and enters the end zone, the Chiefs have quickly accumulated an eight-point advantage. (Chiefs 35, Eagles 27)
9:51 p.m. TOUCHDOWN — The score is now tied, Eagles! Hurts advances to score the touchdown and convert the extra point! At 35 and with 5:15 left, we are all tied. (Chiefs 35, Eagles 35)
10:15 p.m. FIELD GOAL — The kick by Butker is GOOD. Eight seconds separate the Chiefs from a championship. The season and game are over. The Chiefs have won their second Super Bowl under quarterback Patrick Mahomes and third overall in the history of the team. A disappointing conclusion to a fantastic game, but Kansas City is once again home to the Lombardi Trophy. (Chiefs 38, Eagles 35)
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