Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes Super Bowl MVP third title
Patrick Mahomes led the Kansas City Chiefs to a Super Bowl LVIII win, earning Super Bowl MVP for the third time.
Patrick Mahomes led the Kansas City Chiefs to a 25-22 overtime win over the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LVIII, earning his third Lombardi Trophy and third Super Bowl MVP. Kansas City trailed 10-0 late in the first half but battled back in the second half, with Mahomes driving the Chiefs downfield late in regulation to force overtime. In overtime, he led the Chiefs to a heart-stopping 25-22 victory with a touchdown drive to remember, solidifying his legendary status. Mahomes is now the youngest quarterback to win three Super Bowls and has been named MVP for all three, putting him in elite company with Hall of Famers Joe Montana and Terry Bradshaw. The Chiefs are the first repeat Super Bowl champions since 2004 and have won three titles in four trips over the past five years, a feat achieved by only four teams in NFL history. Mahomes' performance in the Super Bowl demonstrated his resilience and determination, overcoming struggles to secure the win. His outstanding play, with 333 yards passing and two TDs, solidified his status as the best quarterback in the league. Despite the team's struggles during the season, Mahomes and the Chiefs have shown that they play hard and fight to the very end, enjoying every moment of their success.