They did it again! The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Philadelphia Eagles, 38-35, in Super LVII at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, on Sunday, making it their second Super Bowl win in four years.
After trailing the Philadelphia Eagles for three quarters, the Chiefs pulled off another exciting come-from-behind victory, despite NFL MVP Quarterback Patrick Mahomes’ high ankle sprain. After missing a field goal earlier in the game, Kicker Harrison Butker broke the 4th Quarter tie with a field goal to make the Chiefs the 2023 Super Bowl Champions. Following the game, backup quarterback Chad Henne, who stepped up many times throughout the season when Mahomes was injured, announced his retirement.
Schools, businesses and government offices have announced closures for the Wednesday, Feb. 15, victory parade through downtown. The parade kicks off at noon, with a planned run time of 1.5 hours. The rally will begin at approximately 1:45 p.m. in front of Union Station and the National WWI Museum and Memorial north lawn, lasting approximately one hour.
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