The comeback kids did it again.

After falling behind by more than 10 points in every playoff game this season, it was only fitting that the Kansas City Chiefs needed to rally once again Sunday night.

Down 20-10 in the fourth quarter, the Chiefs scored 21 consecutive points in the final six minutes for a 31-20 victory over the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV.

Patrick Mahomes continues to break NFL records as he the third year quarterback added another MVP to his name as the gunslinger threw for 286 yards and two touchdowns to take home Super Bowl MVP honors.

Mahomes, who was last year’s league MVP, is now a Super Bowl MVP and joins Tom Brady and Ben Roethlisberger as the only quarterbacks to hoist a Lombardi Trophy before turning 25.

“We kept believing,” Mahomes said after the game. “That’s what we did all postseason. I felt like if we were down by 10, we weren’t playing our best football. They guys really stepped up. They believed in me. I was making a lot of mistakes out there early. We found a way to win it in the end.”

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The victory was a long time coming for head coach Andy Reid. The 61-year-old came into Sunday’s game as the winningest head coach in NFL history that had not won a Super Bowl.

But that all changed Sunday night.  The win also helped the Chiefs end a half century of frustration after finally winning it all. For many players, getting Coach Reid his first Super Bowl title was special.

“I think that was our goal this whole week — to win this game for Coach Reid,” Mathieu said. “He’s been doing this a long time.”

“You should have seen the smile on his face with that Gatorade on him,” Kansas City Linebacker Anthony Hitchens added. “It’s good for him and a lot of other people. We all worked hard. We had a common goal. We came together.”

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