Kansas City Chiefs Win Super Bowl LVII

Chiefs beat the Eagles 38-35 in Super Bowl LVII.


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The State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona hosts the Super Bowl LVII.

The Philadelphia Eagles lost the Super Bowl LVII to the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, February 12th. With fans going wild in the State Farm Stadium, the final score was 38-35.

During the first quarter of the game, the Eagles took the lead in scoring the first touchdown with 10:09 on the clock. Although the Chiefs scored four minutes later, tying up the teams to end the first quarter.

To start the second quarter Jalen Hurts, the Philadelphia Eagles quarterback, sent a 46-yard pass to AJ Brown, who made it to the end zone in the first eight seconds. During the second quarter, star Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes hurt his ankle. T.J. Edwards, an Eagles linebacker, tackled Mahomes with just under two minutes on the clock. Although he suffered an injury, Patrick Mahomes went on to play the rest of the game. The Eagles scored 17 points, and the Chiefs scored seven in the second quarter. Before halftime, the Eagles had a heavy lead over the Chiefs of 24-14.

The Chiefs closed the gap during the third quarter, Isiah Pacheco scoring a touchdown just over five minutes in, putting the Chiefs at 21 points. The Eagles tried to keep their lead by scoring three points off a field goal from Jake Elliot. By the end of the quarter, the Eagles led the game 27-21.

The Chiefs took over in the fourth quarter after Kadarius Toney scored a touchdown at 12:04. Eagles could not turn a scoring play and punted the ball, but the Chiefs recovered and made it to the five-yard line. The Chiefs increased their lead when Skyy Moore scored an open touchdown, putting Kansas City at 35 points. Jalen Hurts scored a touchdown for the Eagles, giving them a chance to tie. Hurts leveled out the score 35-35 with a two-point attempt by running it in.

Eagles cornerback James Bradberry was given a controversial flag with 1:48 on the clock for holding, possibly changing the game outcome. Mr.Mason says, “I believe the call made can happen at any point in a football game, but it’s unfortunate that the officials made the call at that point in the Super Bowl.”

The Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker made a field goal for three points with eight seconds left in the game. Jalen Hurts tried to find a Hail Mary pass to score in the final eight seconds, but unfortunately, he could not find an opening. The final score of Super Bowl LVII settled at 38-35.