Kansas City Chiefs Win Super Bowl! Museums Closed Monday

The Kansas City Chiefs are Super Bowl Champions for the second time ever and the first time in 50 years after beating the San Francisco 49ers 31-20.

Down 10 with 6:17 to go, the Chiefs rallied for 21 unanswered points to seal the win.

The 49ers were the first on the board with a 38-yard field goal by Robbie Gould. With the clock winding down in the first quarter, Kansas City answered with a touchdown by start QB Patrick Mahomes.

With 9:35 left in the half, Dustin Colquitt nailed a 31-yard FG to give the Chiefs a 10-3 lead. With just over five minutes to go in the half, the 49ers answered with a TD from Kyle Juszczyk, tying the game 10-10 going into halftime — the fourth time in history a Super Bowl has been tied at the break.

In the third, the 49ers outscored the Chiefs 10-0 with a FG and a touchdown by Raheem Mostert.

With just seven minutes left in the fourth quarter, Mahomes found Travis Kelce for a touchdown to bring the Chiefs within 3, 20-17.

Kansas City forced their first three-and-out on defense and got the ball back with 5:18 to go in the game.

On 3rd and Goal with 2:50, a 5-yard completion from Mahomes to Damien Williams put the Chiefs up 24-20.

The Chiefs then sacked Garoppolo on 4th and 10 with 1:25 to get the ball back. The Chiefs then scored in two plays capped by a 38-yard rush by Williams to lead 31-20.

With just under a minute to go, Kendall Fuller nabbed an interception to ice the game and seal a KC victory.*

(story and image borrowed from www.wibw.com)

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