The Kansas City Chiefs are Super Bowl Champions once again after a dramatic win over the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LVII. The game was decided by a controversial holding penalty on Eagles cornerback James Bradberry with just over two minutes remaining in the fourth quarter.
The penalty allowed the Chiefs to run out the clock, prompting an outcry from Eagles fans and LeBron James, who took to social media to express their outrage.
The postgame also featured a strange moment when Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts appeared to skip the traditional on-field handshake with Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes after the game. Mahomes, who had just led his team to their second Super Bowl win in four years, seemed to take it in stride.
The penalty call and its aftermath will likely be a major talking point in the days and weeks to come, as the NFL looks to review the play and determine if any changes in officiating protocol need to be made.
For now, the Chiefs and their fans can celebrate their second Super Bowl victory in four years and their fourth overall, while the Eagles and their fans will have to wait until next season to try and make it back to the big game.