The Incredible Patrick Mahomes And
Kansas City Chief Teammates!
Although I Have Not Been Able To Keep-Up With NFL MVP and Super Bowl MVP Quarterback Patrick Mahomes (#15) and His Kansas City Chiefs, It is Very Difficult Not Be Impressed With Both Mahomes and His The Kansas City Chief Teammates, in Super Bowl 54, After They Won The Super Bowl. Mahomes is a Fellow Texan and is The Youngest NFL Player To-Win THE NFL MVP and also To-Win The SUPER BOWL 54 PLAYER MVP.
On This Night, Coach Andy Reid (With The Trophy) Won His First SUPER BOWL. Coach Reid Will No-Longer Be The Most Winning NFL Head Football Coach, But Without a SUPER BOWL CHAMPIONSHIP With His Name.
Although This Was Not His Best Game of The Year, Mahomes Was “Ceremoniously Crowned” as The SUPER BOWL 54 PLAYER MVP, But It Is Also Very Important To-Give Kansas City Chief Head Football Coach Andy Reid His Long-Awaited SUPER BOWL VICTORY. It Is Also Crucial To-Give Kansas City Chief Head Football Coach Andy Reid The Ultimate Recognition That He Richly Deserves.
After The SUPER BOWL Victory, Former SUPER BOWL PLAYER MVP Terry Bradshaw (On The Left) Interviewed Mahomes and Asked Him What His Next Goal Was and Mahomes Said “His Next Goal Was To-Go To Disney World,” and Then Another Camera Spotted Mickey and Minnie Mouse Waiving At Him.
The Most Incredible Thing About This SUPER BOWL VICTORY Is The Fact That Are The First NFL Team in History To-Win Three Playoff Games, After Trailing By 10-Points or More and an Incredible Reason is Their 54 SUPER BOWL MVP Quarterback Patrick Mahomes.
In This SUPER BOWL 54 GAME, The San Francisco 49ers Had a Comfortable 20-10 Lead in Over The Chiefs in The Fourth Quarter, but After Shaking-Off Two Earlier Interceptions, Mahomes Took Advantage of Some of His Speedy Teammates and Orchestrated an Unbelievable Come-Back Victory With Three Straight Incredible Touchdown Drives in About Five Minutes.
“We Kept-On Believing,” Mahomes said. “That’s What We Did All of This Postseason. I Felt That If We Were Down by 10, We Were Just Not Playing Our Best Football and The Guys Really Stepped-Up. They Also Believed in Me. I Was Making a Lot of Mistakes Earlier, But We Found a Way To-Win!”
The Score Was 10-10 At Halftime, and I Thought That The Game Was A-Little Boring. After Doing A Lot of Research on The Kansas City Chiefs, I Found-Out That Their Overall Speed Might Be The Best in The NFL, But At First, I Thought That Head Coach Andy Reid Was Just Being A Little Conservative In-Running Mostly Conservative Short-Runs and Short Pass Patterns, But Then When I Looked at The Highlight Film, I Realized That The San Francisco 49ers Secondary Was Doing a Tremendous Job of Pass Coverage.
Things, However, Changed With Five Minutes Left To Play.
There Are Not Very Many Players in The NFL That Are Faster, If Any, Than Kansas City Chiefs Super-Star Slot Receiver Tyreek Hill (#10) and He Also Became One of The Key Turning-Points in The Kansas City Chiefs SUPER BOWL Victory.
Tyreek Hill (5-10, 185, 4.21, 40-5, 4.06, 129, 13) Caught 9 Passes For 105-Yards, but His 44-Yard Catch in The Fourth Quarter Was The Real Turning-Point in The Kansas City Chiefs SUPER BOWL Victory.
On a Third-Down and 15-Yards To Go, and The Kansas City Chiefs, Hopes Looking Very Bleak, Hill Used His 4.2 Speed and 4.06 Quickness and “Juked” Three or Four San Francisco 49er Defenders as He Ran a Speedy Quick Slant, Over The Middle, and Then Cut and Ran a Speedy Go-Pattern.
The San Francisco 49ers Secondary Had Come Into THE SUPER BOWL GAME in Having Only Allowed an Incredible 8 Completions on Passes That Were Thrown 20-Yards Downfield. So, After Being Covered For Most of The Game, I Am Very Sure That Mahomes Was Unbelievably Shocked When He Looked-Up The Field and Saw Hill So-Wide-Open and in The Clear For The Catch and The Crucial First Down.
The Incredible Pass-Coverage Record by The San Francisco 49ers is The Fewest Any NFL Team in 14 Football Seasons. The San Francisco 49ers Were Living-Up To Their Incredible Pass-Defense Stats For The First 53-Minutes of The Game, Until Mahomes and Hill Took Over Control of The Game.
With The Score 20-10 in Favor of The , and With 6:13 Left in The Game, Mahomes Hit Super-Star Tight End Travis Kelce (#87) With a One-Yard Touchdown Pass, To Cut The 49ers Lead To 20-17. In THE SUPER BOWL GAME, Kelce (6-5, 255, 4.48, 36, 4.22, 36, 124) Was Outstanding as He Caught 6 Passes For 43-Yards and His One-Yard Touchdown Catch.
Then, With 2:44 Left In THE SUPER BOWL GAME, Mahomes Hit Running Back Damien Williams (#26) With a Short 5-Yard Pass And Williams Made An Even More Incredible Move As He Reached-Out The Football Over The Pylon For The Five-Yard Touchdown Pass, Giving The Chiefs, A 24-20 Lead With 2:26 Left. The Key-Play on This Crucial 65-Yard Touchdown Drive Was a 38-Yard Pass and Run By Kansas City Chief Super-Star Sammy Watkins.
Watkins (6-1, 211, 4.29, 36, 4.32, 128) Was Also Outstanding in THE SUPER BOWL GAME, As He Grabbed An Incredible 5 Passes For 98-Yards. On This Particular Play, Watkins (#14) Was Unbelievably Incredible and This Play Might Have Been The Key Play of THE SUPER BOWL GAME.
After This Touchdown, The Kansas City Chiefs Defense, Was Sensational After Giving-Up a First Down, The Chiefs Defense, Forced Three Straight Incomplete Passes Before Super-Star Defensive End, Frank Clark (#55) Made a Crucial Quarterback Sack on Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo and Then Damien Williams Got Loose on His 38-Yard Touchdown To-Clinch The Win. Clark (6-3, 261, 4.62, 38-5, 4.05, 118, 19) is Another Freak For The Chiefs.
It Is Very Difficult To Not Think That The Key Play in The Kansas City Chiefs SUPER BOWL Victory Was When Quarterback Patrick Mahomes Hit Running Back Damien Williams on The 5-Yard Game-Winning Touchdown Pass, But A Tremendous Amount of Credit Needs To Be Given To Sammy Watkins, on This Play As He Put The Kansas City Chiefs As He Set-Up The Whole Play by Putting The Chiefs In The Red-Zone.
Watkins, The Former Buffalo Bills NFL #1 Draft Choice, Completely Baffled The San Francisco 49ers Super-Star Cornerback Richard Sherman (#25) on This Incredible 38-Yard Pass-And-Run.
After The Game-Clinching 38-Yard Touchdown Run by Damien Williams, Another Kansas City Chief Super-Star Cornerback, Kendall Fuller (#29) Picked-Off a Desperation Pass by San Francisco 49ers Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo and The Game Was Basically Over and With a Kansas City Chiefs SUPER BOWL Victory.
Fuller, Not Only Made a Crucial Game-Sealing Pass Interception Late in The Fourth Quarter in The Kansas City Chiefs SUPER BOWL Victory. But He Also Made Some Other Crucial Plays Late in The 4th Quarter, Including a Critical Pass Deflection and Then The Pass Interception of Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo That Gave The Kansas City Chiefs Their First SUPER BOWL Victory, Since SUPER BOWL IV. Fuller Also Recorded 4 Tackles, Including 3 Solo Tackles, 2 Pass Breakups, and 1 Interception.
Mahomes was Voted as The SUPER BOWL 54 PLAYER MVP, But Damien Williams (#26) Would Probably Have Been Voted The Honor Under Most Other Circumstances as he Rushed For 104-Yards, Including The Game-Clinching 38-Yard Touchdown Run and He Also Caught 4 Passes For Another 29-Yards, Including His 5-Yard Touchdown Catch For Another Touchdown, Giving Him 133-Yards of Total Offense and 2 Touchdowns.
Incredible Kansas City Chiefs Team Speed
In Doing Research on The Kansas City Chiefs, One of The Most Unbelievable and Incredible Things That I Found-Out Was That The Overall Team Speed and Team Quickness of The Kansas City Chief Super-Stars is “Off-The-Chart” Mind-Boggling. WR TYREEK HILL With a 4.21 Forty and a 4.06 Shuttle Is Probably The Fastest Player in The NFL and QB PATRICK MAHOMES With a 4.62 Forty or Better and an Incredible 4.08 Shuttle is One of The Fastest Quarterbacks and Definitely The Quickest Quarterback in The NFL.
WR SAMMY WATKINS With a 4.29 Forty and a 4.12 Shuttle Joins HILL as One of The Fastest Wide Receivers in The NFL. RB DAMIEN WILLIAMS With a 4.32 Forty and a 4.22 Shuttle is One of The Fastest and Quickest Running Backs in The NFL and DE FRANK CLARK With a 4.62 Forty and an Incredible 4.05 in The Shuttle is one of The Fastest Defensive Ends and Definitely The Quickest Defensive End in The NFL.
The Kansas City Chief Super-Stars, Tyrann Mathieu (#32) is Flanked by Patrick Mahomes (#15), and Travis Kelce, On The Right, As Mathieu Holds The Lamar Hunt NFL AFC Championship Trophy Against The Tennessee Titans as The Kansas City Chiefs Won 35-24 to Advance To SUPER BOWL 54.
Kansas City Chiefs Revamps Defense
In Doing Some More Research on The Kansas City Chiefs, I Also Found-Out That After The 2018 Football Season, Coach Andy Reid Had Decided That He Wanted To Revamp His Kansas City Chiefs Defense Before The 2019 Football Season, But He Was Going To Have To Get a New Defensive Coordinator and Some New Defensive Players.
SIDEBAR I: This Sounds Like The LSU Tigers Head Football Coach Ed Orgeron, Who Decided That He Wanted To Revamp His Offense With a New Passing Spread Offense and New Passing Game Co-Coordinator. How Unbelievably Ironic is it That Coach Ed Orgeron Revamped His Offense and Won THE COLLEGE FOOTBALL NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME; While Coach Andy Reid Won THE SUPER BOWL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME.
The Kansas City Chiefs, Sweeping-Change Was Going To-Include His New Defensive Coordinator and Coach Steve Spagnuolo (In Photo) and His New Revamped Defensive Coaching Staff With a Defensive 4-3, but One Linebacker Was in The Form of a Nickel-Back Cornerback.
As much as The Kansas City Chiefs Already Had Some Really Great Players, But Their Great Talent Was Vastly Upgraded With Strong Safety Tyrann Mathieu and Right Defensive Rush-End Frank Clark. Also, Before The First Game of The 2019 Football Season, The Kansas City Chiefs, Ironically, Had Eight New Defensive Starters.
While The Kansas City Chiefs Were Unbelievably Feared For Their Incredible Passing Spread Offense and With an MVP Robotic Young Quarterback in Patrick Mahomes Throwing Really Hard Darts and Deep Passes To Incredible Speedsters Tyreek Hill, Sammy Watkins, Damien Williams, and Travis Kelce, and Another Army of Speedsters. The Kansas City Chiefs Were Actually More Productive in 2018, When Mahomes was Voted as The 2018 NFL MVP.
Strong Safety Tyrann Mathieu (#32) Tackles San Francisco 49ers Running Back Emmanuel Sanders (#17) In Super Bowl 54!
Then With The Incredible Addition of Rush-End Frank Clark, Strong Safety Tyrann Mathieu, and Defensive Coordinator Steve Spagnuolo, It Made The Kansas City Chiefs An Even More Powerful Force To Reckon-With in The 2019 Football Season.
As Predicted, The Kansas City Chiefs Were Incredibly Better On Defense in 2019. In Fact, The Chiefs Gave-Up 421-Points in The 2018 Season and They Only Allowed 308-Points in 2019. The Huge Difference is a Full Touchdown or 7.06-Points Per Game.
Coach Steve Spagnuolo and The Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid Have Worked Together in Philadelphia and Have Been Friends For A Long Time. They Also Both Have The Same Agent and They Have Great Respect For Each Other!
While All of These Positive Factors Were Going-On in 2019, The Kansas City Chiefs Were Still Staring at a Double-Digit Deficit in Their Third Game in Three Postseason Games, but In The SUPER BOWL 54 GAME, However, One of The New Guys, Rush-End Frank Clark (#55) Took-Over The Situation.
“I Went Out There and Told Joe Stanley and George Kittle That They Were Going Home Like Everyone Else!” Clark Said. Clark Was Confident in The Chiefs and Especially in The Chiefs Defense, With Him Leading The Defense!
As We Have Been Reminiscing About, The Kansas City Chiefs New Defense, We Found-Out That It Was Totally Rebuilt From The Ground-Up a Year Ago. We Also Found-Out Out That This New Defense Had Been Struggling For The First Three Quarters in SUPER BOWL 54 and Trying To-Take-Up The Slack For The Struggling Kansas City Chiefs Super Offense.
Then, in The Crucial Fourth Quarter, This New Kansas City Chiefs Defense Forced The 49ers Into Two Punts, Giving Patrick Mahomes a Great Chance To-Rally The Chiefs To Their First SUPER BOWL CHAMPIONSHIP in 50 Years and The 24-Year Old Mahomes Initiated His MVP Robotic Passing Game With 2 Touchdown Passes to Travis Kelce and Damien Williams and Give The Chiefs Offense a 24-20 Lead.
The Kansas City Chiefs Indeed Sent The 49ers Home With a Stunning 31-20 Come-From-Behind Victory and THE SUPER BOWL 54 CHAMPIONSHIP.