Vince Boila, Sports Writer

The Kansas City Chiefs beat the Philadelphia Eagles in the Super Bowl 57 thriller on Sunday, February 12th in Phoenix, Arizona to decide who wins the World Championship for the NFL.

The Chiefs had a comeback thriller against the Eagles and made this one of the best Super Bowl’s ever watched after the Chiefs came back to win after being down 10 points.

This game was considered the “Kelce Bowl” after it was the first Super Bowl with brothers playing on both teams and both couldn’t be happier no matter the outcome.

Eagles Center Jason Kelce was happy for his brother and even the coach and people in Kansas City that have helped him get to where he is today.

“It was an awesome two weeks for our family. I’m really happy for Trav, the Chiefs. There’s a lot of people I know over there in Kansas City that are a big reason why I’m even in Philadelphia, including head coach Andy Reid. Frustrated we didn’t win but certainly happy for those guys,” says Jason Kelce.

There was a very crucial penalty at the end of the game called on James Bradberry that eventually led to the Chiefs getting the first down and kicking the game-winning field goal.

Bradberry was very emotional after the game, but he told the truth about what he thought about his crucial holding penalty.

“I was hoping he would let it go, but of course he’s a ref, it was a big game. It was a hold, so they called it,” says Bradberry.

Many coaches go walking off into the sunset after a victory like this, but the Chiefs Coach Andy Reid has other plans on what he plans to do.

Reid said that he wishes to stay for a good time and what he hopes is a long time in this league.

“If they’ll have me, I’ll stick around… I’m good with what I’m doing right now,” says Reid.