Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce are having the time of their lives. The duo played a major part in the Kansas City Chiefs’ 38-35 win against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday night that gave them their second ring in just four seasons, establishing their current core as one of the best to ever play in the league.
The celebrations after winning the Super Bowl went hard, with many Chiefs members joining the famous group The Chainsmokers to party. Mahomes and Kelce went absolutely crazy after the game, having a blast on stage and partying until the early hours of the morning.
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Celebrations also included Chiefs coach Andy Reid and chairman Clark Hunt, who grabbed the mic to recognize Mahomes and Kelce’s talents and congratulate them on an incredible achievement for the franchise.
DJ Khaled, Jason Derulo and Tech N9ne also played at the party following the championship win.
Mahomes and Kelce had great individual performances. The quarterback completed 21 of 27 passes for three touchdowns, while Kelce had six receptions for 81 yards and a touchdown.
Kelce also became the tight end with the most playoff touchdown receptions of all time. He now has 16, surpassing Rob Gronkowski, who has 15.
Mahomes had an injury scare at the Super Bowl
The Chiefs quarterback limped off the field during the Super Bowl after a hit by Philadelphia Eagles linebacker T.J. Edwards as he tried to escape and get to the first down marker. The quarterback went to the bench and spoke with coach Andy Reid as he was looking at a tablet. He then tried to walk it off but was clearly in pain.
It was an aggravation of the high-ankle sprain he suffered during the AFC divisional round game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. He played in the AFC championship game against the Cincinnati Bengals, but his movement was seriously hampered. He appeared to be healthy at the start of the Super Bowl before re-injuring his ankle.
He did not miss a single snap and later returned to the game to be crowned the Super Bowl LVII MVP. A well-deserved recognition for his fantastic game.