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Keys to the Chiefs Winning Super Bowl LIV

By now you should know that the Kansas City Chiefs will be taking on the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl. We all know the story behind the 49ers history of winning championships back in the day with Joe Montana and Steve Young and they finally have gotten themselves back there after a pretty long drought. The 49ers drought is nothing in comparison to the Chiefs though. The Chiefs have not been to the Super Bowl since Super Bowl 4 when the Chiefs won their first and only championship.

Predicting All Four Quarters of The Super Bowl: Who Wins?

The Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers will face off in Miami this Sunday. What will happen? Which coach will cement their legacy? Will Patrick Mahomes capture his very first Championship? Or will Jimmy Garoppolo put his team on his back and throw more than 8 passes? The biggest question of them all is, who will be hoisting up the prestigious Lombardi trophy? Well, lets have some fun and predict out all four quarters and see what the outcome could possibly be!

Countdown to Super Bowl 54

The Kansas City Chiefs have finally ended the 50 year drought of not reaching the Super Bowl. They bring home the Lamar Hunt trophy and will look to bring the Lombardi trophy home as well. The Chiefs will have to get through the 49ers to take home the biggest of prizes.

What do the Chiefs have to do to go to the Super Bowl?

The Kansas City Chiefs are heading back to the AFC Championship game for the second season in a row, this time hoping for a different result. Last season, the Chiefs fell to the Patriots in overtime and were just an off-sides penalty away from going to the Super Bowl. This season, they will face the Tennessee Titans, a team that the Chiefs are familiar with due to their match-up earlier in the year where the Titans took the win in dramatic fashion in Tennessee.

Momentum Swing Ends Houston's Run; Brighter Days Ahead

Momentum has been one of the major headliners for the Texans 2019-2020 season. The Texans carried theirs over from the 4th quarter and overtime of the wild card round and into a perfect 1st quarter of football in Arrowhead. Houston struck first, and fast. Deshaun Watson hit Kenny Stills on a 54 yard score, followed up by a few defensive stops, a blocked punt returned for a TD, and a muffed punt recovery that set the Texans up for another score. Then, just as quickly as it had come, the momentum had gone. The Chiefs had stolen it away early in the 2nd quarter.

Recapping and Ranking all 5 of Patrick Mahomes Touchdowns Throws Against the Texans

This past Sunday the Chiefs pulled off something incredible and mounted a comeback for the ages , but not before it got ugly. The Texans were up 21-0 with 11:46 left in the second and Deshaun Watson had the football in Chiefs territory. The game had gotten ugly FAST, the chiefs needed life. Then after a 8 yard completion , the Texans faced a 4th and 1 on the chiefs 12 yard line. Watson led his offense to the line of scrimmage, ready to attempt a conversion. Texans Head Coach Bill o Brian called a timeout and proceeded to bring his special teams unit onto the field and settle for a field goal. The Texans did extended their lead to 24-0, but the defense ultimately got the stop and held Watson to just 3 instead of seven.

Chiefs Awaiting Their Next Opponent

The NFL Playoffs have arrived and its looking like there is going to be some interesting match-ups starting in the Wildcard round. Thanks to the Chiefs (12-4) beating the Chargers (5-11) and the Dolphins (5-11) beating the Patriots (12-4) last Sunday, the Chiefs gained the advantage of being the second seed in the AFC playoff picture. With that seeding, the Chiefs will be getting rest while seeds 3-6 will be trying to earn a spot in the divisional round.

Chiefs Continue Push for First Round Bye with the Bears on the Schedule

The Kansas City Chiefs (10-4) take their current four game winning streak to Chicago in a Sunday Night Football match-up against the Bears (7-7). These teams are different in regards to how their seasons have gone. The Chiefs have already locked down a playoff spot and are hoping to fight their way into a higher seed while the Bears were officially eliminated from playoff contention with a loss to the Packers last week.

Chiefs Gearing Up For a Divisional Clash with the Broncos

The Chiefs (9-4) will be taking on the Denver Broncos (5-8) in Kansas City on Sunday. Everyone remembers the last time these two teams took the field against each other in Denver under the Thursday night lights. The game when Chiefs fans had to hold their breath with the Patrick Mahomes leg injury and the game where the Chiefs defense decided to really play their game shutting the Broncos down and embarrassing them in front of their home crowd 30-6.

Chiefs vs Patriots: A Rematch That Could End Differently

The Chiefs (8-4) travel to England this Sunday to take on the current number two seed Patriots (10-2) in an AFC showdown that the league has been looking forward to ever since the AFC Championship last season. Both teams come into this match-up with different outcomes from the previous week. The Chiefs won their second game in a row dominating the Raiders 40-9 while the Patriots come off a poor performance against the Texans losing 28-22.

A Different Story for the Chiefs vs Chargers

The Kansas City Chiefs (7-4) got themselves back into the win column this week with their victory over the Los Angeles Chargers (4-7) with a score of 24-17. Most would believe that this game was going to be a high scoring affair with Patrick Mahomes and the legion of zoom going against Phillip Rivers and his offense in Mexico City.

Why You Cannot Trust Chiefs Wide Receivers

The Kansas City Chiefs have one of the most potent and powerful offenses in the entire National Football League. Week in and Week out we know they will put up points and have great fantasy football finishes. When you own Chiefs wide receivers they will have their massive boom games, but they will also have extreme bust games. In this article we will discuss why you cannot and should not trust Chiefs wide receivers in fantasy football. This is not me saying drop them, or bench them every week, this is me saying if you’re looking for a consistent play or someone you can put in your flex with confidence, it is not Chiefs wide receivers.