Chiefs will rely on experience and talent in Super Bowl

The Chiefs have been here before, and on both sides of the outcome, and they know that winning the Super Bowl is a whole lot better than losing it. That experience alone is invaluable as they face the Eagles in the big game.



February 10, 2023 - 2:58 PM

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (15) pauses on the field with tight end Jody Fortson (88) during an NFL football practice in Tempe, Ariz., Thursday, Feb. 9, 2023. The Chiefs will play against the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl 57 on Sunday. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

PHOENIX (AP) — The Kansas City Chiefs are on the Super Bowl stage for the third time in four years, the first time triumphantly marching off with the Lombardi Trophy and the second time slinking away home after a lopsided loss in the big game.

Patrick Mahomes and Co. know better than anyone winning the Super Bowl is a whole lot better than losing it.

Experience alone gives the Chiefs a major advantage as they prepare to face the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday. But then you throw in Mahomes, the league’s newly minted two-time MVP, along with transcendent tight end Travis Kelce, Chris Jones and the rest of the stars of their rebuilt defense, and coach Andy Reid pulling all the right strings and, well, there are plenty of reasons why the Chiefs will be celebrating another championship by the end of the weekend.

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