Chiefs and Eagles Face Off in Super Bowl 57

The NFL playoffs are coming to an end and have gave fans some memorable moments. 

In the Wildcard Round, The Jacksonville Jaguars shocked the Los Angeles Chargers by coming back from being down 27-0 to win the game. 

This was the third biggest comeback in NFL playoff history. 

In the divisional round, the elite teams showed how much better they were compared to the rest of the league. The Philadelphia Eagles and Cincinnati Bengals dominated their divisional round opponents while the 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs squeaked by their competition and each made their conference championship game, respectively.

Conference championship weekend started with another Philadelphia Eagles dominant victory over the 49ers and ended with Harrison Butker’s 45-yard field goal to send the Kansas City Chiefs back to the Super Bowl for the third time in four years and send the Cincinnati Bengals home.

The Super Bowl is set, as fans are treated to a matchup between two teams who had a 14-3 regular season record and both had their respected one seeds in their conference. The Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles will square off in a game that is considered one of the most anticipated Super Bowl matchups in a few years. 

There are multiple big headlines heading into Super Bowl weekend. 

This is the first time ever that two brothers are playing in the Super Bowl against each other, as Eagles Center Jason Kelce and Chiefs Tight End Travis Kelce are on opposing sides. 

“I love Jason Kelce, he always finds a way to get the job done,” said sophomore Leyton Wolfe. 

Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City’s MVP Quarterback currently has a high ankle sprain. 

He has dealt with this injury already in two separate playoff wins over the Jaguars and the Bengals, but he will need to be fully healthy in order to beat the Eagles. 

“I think the Chiefs are going to win as long as Patrick Mahomes isn’t injured, but I hope the Eagles win,” said sophomore Nick Lancey. 

These two teams are undoubtedly the best, and have proven that all season long. But one more thing is left to be proven. Who will win it all, Philadelphia Eagles or Kansas City Chiefs?