Patrick Mahomes named MVP as Kansas City wins 2024 Super Bowl against San Francisco 49ers.
For the first time in nineteen years, the NFL has a repeat champion.
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The Kansas City Chiefs, who have won three Super Bowls in the last five seasons, solidified the modern-day dynasty in the NFL on Sunday at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas by defeating the San Francisco 49ers 25–22 in overtime.
Mahomes leads Kansas City to win 2024 Super Bowl
Like the last two for Kansas City and its star quarterback Patrick Mahomes, this one ended with an exciting comeback in the second half and, on this occasion, some late heroics in overtime.
The 49ers led 22-19 after Jake Moody's 27-yard field goal on the opening play of overtime.
After a 13-play, 75-yard drive, though, that ended with a 3-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Kirk Mahomes to tight end Mecole Hardman, the Chiefs mounted a comeback.
For Kansas City, who has established a reputation behind quarterback Patrick Mahomes as being especially dangerous while keeping the ball last, it was just another must-have drive.
With fewer than two minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, the Chiefs marched 75 yards in 11 plays and Harrison Butker converted a 29-yard field goal, cutting their deficit to 19-16.
With 16 seconds remaining, Patrick Mahomes connected Travis Kelce on a crosser for a 22-yard gain, setting up the Chiefs for an easy kick.
The Chiefs have won four Super Bowls overall, and this is their third under head coach Andy Reid, who now shares third place all-time with Bill Walsh and Joe Gibbs.