It took them 50 years, but the Kansas City Chiefs are Super Bowl champions for the second time in franchise history! After a late Damien Williams receiving touchdown gave the Chiefs a late 24-20 lead over the 49ers, Kansas City got the ball back with less than two minutes remaining when San Fran turned it over on downs. On the ensuing drive, quarterback Patrick Mahomes handed it off to Williams and the running back took it to the house to ice the game for a 31-20 Chiefs win.
This capped off a 21-point fourth quarter to overcome a 10-point deficit. Unbelievable.
The 49ers tried to attempt a seemingly unthinkable 11-point comeback, but quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo just couldn't do it. He threw a interception to officially end any chances of hoisting the franchise's sixth Lombardi Trophy.
Williams finished the game rushing for 104 yards and a score on 17 carries, while tallying one receiving score as well. As for Mahomes, he completed 26-of-41 pass attempts for 286 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions.
Perhaps more importantly, Andy Reid is finally a Super Bowl champion. "Chiefs Kingdom," rejoice!