The Big Game has come and gone, and this year's crowned kings are none other than the Kansas City Chiefs. This is their second championship in the last four seasons and third Super Bowl appearance in the same time span.
Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes has solidified himself as one of the premier talents the league has ever seen, and his team certainly showed up in the big moments to help him take down the Philadelphia Eagles 38-35.
The rest of the sports world reacted to the Chiefs' second Super Bowl win in the Mahomes era:
Chiefs WR Kadarius Toney returns a punt in the clutch minutes to set up a Chiefs touchdown.
Twitter gives props to Eagles QB Jalen Hurts for putting up a tough fight.
Rookie Isiah Pacheco showed out in the Super Bowl en route to a Chiefs win.
Late in the fourth quarter, Eagles CB James Bradberry committed a holding penalty that set the Chiefs up to win the game and Twitter was furious about the call.
LeBron James, who attended the game in Arizona, had this to say about Bradberry's penalty.
Former Super Bowl MVP Julian Edelman sounds off on the controversial penalty.
All-Pro CB Richard Sherman disagreed heavily with the late game call; a recurring theme.
Whether or not the call was the right one to make, the Chiefs are once again Super Bowl champions and are heavy favorites to run it back next season in Las Vegas.