The Kansas City Chiefs hoisted their second Super Bowl trophy in four seasons with Sunday’s thrilling 38-35 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles, sparking dynasty chatter as we hit the offseason months.
The Chiefs joined the 2003-07 Patriots as the only teams in NFL history to win 75-plus games in a five-year span (including playoffs). The 2003-07 Patriots also won two Super Bowls and lost one in that span (won 77 games in total, most in a five-year span in NFL history).
Andy Reid joined Bill Belichick, Don Shula and Tom Landry as the only head coaches in NFL history with 200-plus regular season wins and multiple Super Bowl victories.
And, of course, Patrick Mahomes won his second Super Bowl MVP award. Mahomes is only the seventh QB in history to win NFL MVP and the Super Bowl in the same season (first since Kurt Warner in 1999).
It’s never too early to start thinking about who K.C. will face to kick off its latest dynasty defense.
The NFL Kickoff game traditionally takes place at the Super Bowl winner’s house. For the ’23 season, K.C. is set to host the Buffalo Bills, Cincinnati Bengals, Chicago Bears, Denver Broncos, Detroit Lions, Los Angeles Chargers, Las Vegas Raiders, Miami Dolphins, and Philadelphia Eagles.