The Kansas City Chiefs’ last-second 38-35 win over the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LVII, one of the highest-scoring games in Super Bowl history, delivered massive viewership numbers, as well.

According to FOX Sports, Super Bowl LVII drew an average viewership of 113 million, making Kansas City’s win the third-most watched TV show of all time and the best Super Bowl audience since the New England Patriots’ comeback win in Super Bowl LI in 2017.

The viewership for the Chiefs-Eagles game at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, was up slightly from Super Bowl LVI between the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals, which averaged 112.3 million viewers.

The Patrick Mahomes legend seems to grow by the day. The MVP of Super Bowl LVII reflected on his and the Kansas City Chiefs’ championship run.

But also the struggles and the eventual triumph while overcoming his own high ankle sprain to complete a tremendous second-half comeback against an excellent Philadelphia Eagles team.

Mahomes completed 21 of 27 passes for 182 yards and three TDs, also adding 44 rush yards — 26 of which came on an improbable scramble prior to the two-minute warning to set up the game-winning field goal by Harrison Butker in the 38-35 victory.

The Kansas City Chiefs hoisted their second Super Bowl trophy in four seasons with Sunday’s thrilling 38-35 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles, sparking dynasty chatter as we hit the off-season months.

The Chiefs joined the 2003-07 Patriots as the only teams in NFL history to win 75-plus games in a five-year span (including playoffs).

The 2003-07 Patriots also won two Super Bowls and lost one in that span (won 77 games in total, most in a five-year span in NFL history).

NFL / ABC Flash Point News 2023.

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Bingo Mania
Bingo Mania
14-02-23 15:30

Tactical game leading other sports into the same zone of attacking and defending with military style accuracy?