Another Superbowl Won By The Kansas City Chiefs


Ryan Paquet, Journalist, manager

This Sunday was the Superbowl 57 game in Arizona, where the Eagles from Philadelphia and the Chiefs of Kansas City match up to be Superbowl LVII champions.  

The Chiefs became champions for the second time in four years, and they made a terrific comeback for the win over the Eagles with the final score of 38-35.

There is one big turning point in the game: when the Chiefs player Kadarius Toney managed to do a return of 65 yards and took it down to the 5-yard line.

This play gave them the position to be close enough to lose time so that the Eagles won’t be able to make a play and they were close enough to make a field goal and be in the lead to win the game.

In the last 2 minutes of the last quarter, the Chiefs lost as much time as possible, and Butker made a field goal putting them at the score of 38, and the Eagles only had 8 seconds left to make a field goal or a touchdown and hope it will work, but they didn’t manage to complete the pass.

They were leading 24-14 at halftime, but the Chiefs managed to do three touchdowns in the second half.