& I don't care about the downs and the distance … I want to turn this piece & # 39 ;: Patrick Mahomes reveals the series that turned the tide for the Kansas City Chiefs and the fourth quarter a comeback in Super Bowl LIV caused
Celebrations were in full swing for the Kansas City Chiefs after their dramatic comeback victory against the San Francisco 49ers at Super Bowl LIV.
Video & # 39; s were created on social media by the team of Chiefs who danced after their victory in Miami, including the son of Tyreek Hill who showed his movements in the dressing room.
Broad receiver Hill did not believe at one point that a comeback was possible – the Kansas City Chiefs have proven to be masters of the double digit comeback, but this seemed a leap too far.
In Sunday's tweet, Trump congratulated not only the Chief, but also the & # 39; Great State of Kansas & # 39; in his newest blunder.
& Congratulations to the Chiefs of Kansas City with a great game and a fantastic comeback under enormous pressure. We are proud of you and the Great State of Kansas and, in fact, the entire US, so very well. Our country is proud of you! & # 39; he wrote.
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Just 12 minutes later, Trump changed his tweet to the & # 39; great state of Missouri. & # 39;
He wrote: & # 39; Congratulations to the Chiefs from Kansas City for a great match and a fantastic comeback under immense pressure We are proud of you and the Great State of Missouri You are true champions! & # 39;
Although he saved quickly, Twitter users mock the president on the geographic map.
& # 39; Trumpo, we don't feel we are no longer in Kansas & # 39 ;, a man who wrote a photo of Trump as a wizard in Wizard of Oz shared.
An upset San Francisco 49ers fan said that Trump & # 39; s mistake was the highlight of the night.
& # 39; For us San Francisco fans, Trump & # 39; s Tweet mistakes Kansas as the & # 39; home & # 39; from the KC Chiefs and George Conway & # 39; s Tweet of a & # 39; corrected & # 39; map of Missouri were the highlights of the evening &, he wrote.
Claire McCaskill, a former Missouri senator, immediately cut the pursuit in her reply.
& # 39; It's Missouri you stone cold idiot, & # 39; she wrote.
Michael Steele, a former lieutenant governor of Maryland, called Trump's comment simply "stupid".
& # 39; I have nothing for this. #SimplyStupid, & # 39; wrote Steele.
Former Maryland lieutenant governor, Michael Steele, called Trump & # 39; s comment & # 39; just stupid & # 39 ;.
& # 39; I have nothing for this. #SimplyStupid, & # 39; wrote Steele.
Film producer Sandi Bachom said: & # 39; Deleting that tweet in the state of Kansas is a violation of the Presidential Records Act. & # 39;
US Senator Brian Schatz also agreed and said that Trump & # 39; really & # 39; thought Kansas City was in Missouri.
& # 39; So Trump just congratulated Kansas, he really did, & Schatz said.
Judd Legum, a journalist, joked that the wrong information from Trump was really to blame for the Deep State. & # 39;
He wrote: Can't believe the Deep State has put Kansas City in MISSOURI just to embarrass Trump. & # 39;
& # 39; Sorry. Sharpie can't solve this, & writer Nick Jack Pappas, in a reference to Trump & # 39; s hurricane Dorian scandal brutally known as & # 39; Sharpiegate & # 39 ;.
Various Twitter users have similar puns and followed this example.
& # 39; Tomorrow, Trump will announce that the @Chiefs are now part of Kansas and have always been based on this new map, & # 39; a user said, sharing
Another user said: & # 39; Maybe Mike Pompeo should ask Trump to point to Missouri on a map? & # 39;
The Kansas City Chiefs are the Super Bowl champions, after winning a stunning comeback victory in the last quarter against the San Francisco 49ers.
Everyone predicted that it would be a close game, and it certainly delivered, with the score going back and forth all night until the Chiefs finally got away with a 31-20 win.
Here, Sportsmail takes a look at the striking artists of the night and a look at some of those who did not do as well as expected …
Super Bowl LIV prominent artists
Bashaud Breeland – Chiefs
Kansas City chiefs cornerback Bashaud Breeland chose a quirky Jimmy Garoppolo pass in the first half, and they scored three points turnover, but that was not his only contribution.
He also delivered a number of large tackles, combined and solo, in open field and on the line, because the Chiefs restricted the 49ers early. He made a total of six tackles and two for loss.
Deebo Samuel – 49ers
Deebo Samuel of San Francisco 49ers was easily their best receiver in the first half, catching four times (although one was a small pushpass). It was his running from behind the line, but the most impressive thing was finding holes that Raheem Mostert and Tevin Coleman only got later.
He did not get the big yardage games like Jeff Wilson and Emmanuel Sanders through the air, but he did get yardage in important situations. In the end, however, it was not enough, and perhaps it was telling that the usual suspects of the 49ers offense did not get their usual yardage.
Jimmy Garoppolo and Nick Bosa also had great games, but if you come that short, it's hard to get your name in the history books.
Damien Williams – Chiefs
What a game for Damien Williams. We all thought it would be Raheem Mostert and the 49ers would tear it to the ground, but it was Williams who drove it around unhindered.
He finished with 17 carry & # 39; s for 104 yards, on average 6.1 a carry with a touchdown, and he also picked up 29 yards through the air and received for a second touchdown. He and Tyreek Hill were hugely involved, but it was Williams who consistently persuaded the Chiefs from difficult places and across the field.
Kansas City Chiefs Special Teams
The 49ers had a bad field position to start their rides a lot, and a large part of that was due to the fantastic coverage of kick-returns by the Kansas City Chiefs.
The 49ers failed to reach the 20-yard line several times, and on the rare occasion they would call it, they did not take a great distance.
Could San Francisco have had more points on the board if they had more room to work with? It's hard to say, but the special KC teams have done an excellent job of limiting them as much as possible.
Andy Reid – Chiefs
Of course he wasn't on the field, but you have to hand it over to Andy Reid. He previously achieved the record for the number of wins without a Super Bowl victory, but he finally has his ring.
He was brave in the first half and was twice successful in fourth place. And when his team seemed to be rattling with the 49ers running after his quarterback in the second half, he switched things up. They scored 21 unanswered points, and even with the game in his pocket and Gatorade dripping with his clothes on, he called Mahomes to make sure he knew exactly what to do for the last game of the game.
And who did not do so well …?
Richard Sherman – 49ers
49ers cornerback Richard Sherman was recently voted the best corner of the decade. If we don't hear his name mentioned, it's because the opponent doesn't throw him.
But in the game he was defeated by Tyreek Hill a few times and gave a handful of big plays. Williams also ran around him for the touchdown in the corner, and it is not often that you come across Sherman's long arms. He will close all offenses again next season, but he will have to wait for his second ring.
Raheem Mostert – 49ers
The 49ers who returned Raheem Mostert didn't have a bad game, but after having set up 220 meters against the Green Bay Packers two weeks ago, only managing 58 in the biggest game of all is a bit disappointing.
He got his touchdown from the only yard line, and an average of 4.8 yards a carry isn't bad, but he left his mark on the game as 49ers fans hoped he would.
Patrick Mahomes (for the first three quarters) – Chiefs
To be honest with the man, he has just won his first Super Bowl and looked like his normal self in the fourth quarter when he led the Chiefs to victory.
But during the first three quarters, Mahomes was almost unrecognizable. He was chased across the field by the 49ers pass rush, he threw two interceptions, he groped the ball, he was fired several times. He looked rattle.
He won't mind at all now, and you can't blame him after collecting three touchdown drives in the last quarter to win the game.
The Kansas City Chiefs created an exciting, restless Super Bowl while holding their nerves as the San Francisco 49ers lost theirs.
Again Patrick Mahomes returned from a seemingly insurmountable deficit in a win of 31-20.
On 20-10 it looked over. Mahomes was harassed and bullied by Nick Bosa when the defense of the 49ers imposed their will. With the game at halftime at 10-10, San Francisco had clicked into gear, threw and ran to 17 consecutive runs.
But then, like the great ones, Mahomes took over.
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The encounter is built as the tightest Super Bowl in years after the dominance of New England Patriots in recent times, while last season's MVP wants to give Patrick Mahomes the Chiefs the lead against 49ers.
The 49ers who have appeared in the Super Bowl six times and have won five of them will attempt to avenge their most recent loss in 2013 while attempting to raise the Vince Lombardi trophy.
Matt Porter from Sportsmail will provide live Super Bowl coverage from Chiefs vs 49ers, including score updates, halftime show and action from the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami.
If the dust settles on Super Bowl LIV, few will talk about the attack line.
Often overlooked, the O-linemen are the unsung heroes of the team.
There is a lot of pain. And not so much glory. I don't think we generally choose O-line: O-line chooses us & # 39 ;, says veteran guard Stefen Wisniewski of the Kansas City Chiefs. "If you're really big and not as fast as some of those other guys, you play O-line."
& # 39; We are just a bit like normal boys. We love food. We don't like to run. And we like to hit people. "
Paid much less than their defensive counterparts, the five men are charged with protecting the quarterback, the most precious resource of the team.
"It is a team within a team. It must be very coordinated. There is no room for a man who is a great player, but he does not want to cooperate with the other boys. That doesn't work, & Wisniewski continued.
"You are literally two feet apart and everything we do must be carefully coordinated, up to a few centimeters here, a few centimeters there.
& # 39; If we don't all think the same about what the defense does and what we do, the piece becomes a disaster. & # 39;
Chemistry and cohesion are vital, as Austin Reiter Center continued: & I think we are the only position group that consistently has five of us on the field together to work. Defense comes together as a whole, receivers, running, quarterbacks.
& # 39; They always have their meetings. I think we are the only position that is the outlier. We work together the most, just us. "
Left tackle Eric Fisher missed part of the season due to an injury, but is back to protect the blind side of Patrick Mahomes. Since his return, the Chiefs are 10-0 and look forward to a more solid unity for the playoffs, where Mahomes has been fired only twice.
"We have a lot of fun together. We come out to dinner, go out to someone's house, watch other sporting events. We have fun together. I would say that we have one of the closest groups in the competition. "
Guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif continued:" Team chemistry is crucial. All injuries – it's part of the sport, but to see how the boys are connected and played at a high level. We have a starting five, but I have the feeling that we have a starting seven or eight that can play. & # 39;
Communication is the key, because the right tackle Mitchell Schwartz added: & # 39; Every time a defense plays against you run something that you have not seen yet.
& # 39; There is going to be something else. I have to communicate on the left, the center will speak to us. The others have things that happen in the middle of a ride: "This guy did this in this piece, it's a little different than what we saw". There is always an element of game-to-game communication. & # 39;
So what happens if the ball is broken and hell breaks loose? Duvernay-Tardif said: "Before the snap takes place, you do most of it. That is where you recognize the defense, you analyze the defense.
& # 39; You see where safety is and recognize what the defense is trying to do. When the ball is broken, it's about reacting and making your blocks. Most of the work in terms of analyzing the defense is done before the snap. & # 39;
"That's the point where things have to slow down," says Schwartz. & # 39; It would be so easy to get hectic and panic. And that's usually when things go bad. It has confidence in yourself to keep things as normal as possible and to keep time down.
"You go up against boys who are crazy and really good at what they do. If you try too hard, you will come out of your comfort zone. That's when things go bad.
"That half a second is what you train for. The moment it is quite difficult to consciously think about things while they happen. Your body just needs to know how to respond. "
Wisniewski continued," It's fun. It's weird because you have to be super powerful, but it has to be under control. D-linemen come to you, we are like this controlled force. It takes a long time to learn how to do that, how to be strong and how to move people.
"It is an art and a science at the same time. It may look ugly, but it's still beautiful at the same time. It is hard to explain, but there is something special about it. "
Reiter added," What do they call it? A nice mess. & # 39;
And what about Mahomes, the superstar quarterback who the Chiefs go to a blockbuster with led the San Francisco 49ers?
"He makes every game and you love: how did he do it? I don't even understand, & Wisniewski said. "It's almost like he's throwing a baseball. He doesn't have to put his feet.
& # 39; He doesn't have to lean forward and turn his shoulders, he just taps his wrist a bit like he's a short stop. He throws it 50 meters. It is heavy. You shouldn't be able to throw it 50 meters. "
It is said that just like the great Brett Favre, you can hear Mahomes floating through the air.
& # 39; You can literally, & # 39; said Fisher. "They go right above my head and you can hear the singing on the ball."
And did Mahomes ever hit Fisher & # 39; s head with a quirky effort? & # 39; No, he doesn't! He wouldn't be better. & # 39;
It's beauty versus the beast as Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes takes on San Francisco 49ers star Jimmy Garoppolo in the Super Bowl
- The 49ers face the Chiefs in the Super Bowl in Miami on Sunday night
- Chiefs quarterback Mahomes played a key role in the march to the big show
- Critics of Jimmy Garoppolo say that 49ers have relied almost exclusively on the flight
Sunday & # 39; s Super Bowl throws a contest between beauty and the beast in the battle to become America's crowned champion's game.
The beauty is San Francisco's 49th quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, whose chiseled good looks have already made him a pin-up about the nation but around whose skill questions persist.
However, his counterpart Patrick Mahomes is just a beast on the field, playing a key role in his party's march to the big show.
In the victory of the NFC championship at Green Bay, he tried only eight passes.
It is a broken record that has annoyed his teammates, including outspoken corner back Richard Sherman.
& # 39; He is just a big player, & # 39; said Sherman from Garoppolo.
There have been no questions about Mahomes who, at the age of 24, could continue to become one of the greatest greats of all time.
"It's just about executing the game plan at a high level," he said. "We are going to enjoy it, we are going to have fun."
SUPER BOWL PREVIEW: Ridiculous talent Patrick Mahomes can claim high ground for Kansas City Chiefs
- For the first time since 2015, the Super Bowl will not involve New England Patriots
- That lets San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs bring a new era
- The parties are equally aligned and bookmakers are struggling to name the big show
- Quaterback Patrick Mahomes has the talent to lead Kansas to Super Bowl glory
The The Super Bowl returns to famous land in Miami on Sunday evening – but it can very well feel like the start of a new era.
For the first time since the 2015 season, the big show will not cover the New England Patriots. Instead, the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs are at the center of a clash that bookmakers can hardly call.
Both parties are lively, explosive and entertaining. And with the Pats dynasty apparently diminishing, both will want to take over the pinnacle of the sport.
The 49ers hope that their ferocious defense, led by the disruptive Nick Bosa, will be able to be ridiculously brave talented Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes.
Defensive end Bosa has enjoyed an incredible first season outside the university and the outcome of the game can rest well on the shoulders of the 22-year-old who grew up in the Fort Lauderdale neighborhood.
Mahomes, 24, is another young star who has set multiple records since he went to the Chiefs in 2017. This can prove to be a game of pass versus run.
The Chiefs shot past opponents through the air while the 49ers knocked a path to Miami on the ground.
The Chiefs look at quarterback Patrick Mahomes as a major threat on Sunday
The powerful defense of Tge 49ers includes Nick Bosa, who hopes to stop Mahomes
Their quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo completed only six steps in the NFC Championship game and questions were asked as to whether the former Patriots man deserves to be in elite company.
The climax of the build-up here came when the outspoken 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman accused the NFL of hypocrisy for trying to improve player safety while planning to introduce a lucrative extra game in the season.
Sherman & # 39; s comments came just hours after Commissioner Roger Goodell had talked about the steps being taken to care for the athletes amid concerns about the devastating impact of repeated fierce hits and multiple concussions.
Kansas City Chiefs are favorites over San Fransisco 49ers with Patrick Mahomes favorite at MVP … but which hit will Shakira and J-Lo be the first to sing? And in which color Gatorade is the winning coach watered? All chances for Sunday's Super Bowl
- The sports world is preparing for the 54th edition of the Super Bowl
- The Chiefs of Kansas City will compete against the San Francisco 49ers in Miami
- Centerpiece is one of the most popular gambling events on the sports calendar
The Super Bowl is one of & # 39; the world's most important sporting events, with two days to go until the Kansas City Chiefs take on the San Francisco 49ers in Miami.
It is also a prime day for gamblers. Fans love to get involved in everything that plays, from who wins MVP to the glamor-filled halftime show with Shakira and Jennifer Lopez .
The most important thing is of course the chances for the winner himself, this Super Bowl promises to be one of the tightest in history.
The stranglehold of the New England Patriots over the Super Bowl has largely meant that there was a clear favorite for the competition, but this time it is definitely not the case around
When the gambling markets opened, the Chiefs were one-point favorites and there was hardly any movement, the Chiefs now being 4/5 with the 49ers priced at 11/10.
As far as the MVP is concerned, there is no surprise as to who most people get their money from.
Last season's MVP and quarterback Mahomes in Kansas City is the most exciting talent in the NFL, compiling a 27-8 record and throwing for more than 11,000 yards and 93 touchdowns in its first two seasons.
Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes is the clear favorite who becomes the most valuable player named
Mahomes is Evens to pick up the coveted prize after the match, while counter-strategist Jimmy Garoppolo is currently 3/1 after a not-convincing late season. Raheem Mostert (31/5) and George Kittle (66/5) would also have shots outside.
Both teams have acclaimed offenses and are able to enter the field in just a few games. Mahomes & # 39; powerful arm makes his team the favorite to score the longest touchdown of the game (4/6), while the 49ers are 11/10.
Mahomes is also at the forefront of the & # 39; most pass attempts & # 39; given that the 49ers have great faith in their late-season running competition. However, there is some value in the handicap market; the signal caller to the Chiefs is 4/6 in -6.5 attempts against Garoppolo.
This gets a little more fun, the Super Bowl, which is known for proving some of the sport's more unique gambling options.
Such a prop offered reports after the color of Gatorade that will be ceremonially baptized under the winning coach.
The tradition of the & # 39; Gatorade shower & # 39; started with the New York Giants in the 1980s and involves players secretly dumping a cooler full of liquid (usually Gatorade) above their coach's head after a meaningful win.
Last year the Patriots showered Bill Belichick with blue Gatorade after their 13-3 win over the Rams, but red (6/4) is the favorite this time, no doubt, because that is the color of both teams.
Another gag bet that attracts a lot of money is about which number is the first to be performed in the always long-awaited half-time show.
Jennifer Lopez and Shakira do the honors at Hard Rock Stadium and there are numerous options.
The odds suggest that & # 39; Get Right & # 39; from J-Lo (2/1) will be heard first while the hugely popular & # 39; Hips Don & # 39; t Lie & # 39; -hit from her co-star is supported on 4/1.
You can even bet the soccer player of the latter appears, Gerard Pique cost 6/1 for display on the screen during the performance.
SUPER BOWL ODDS
Kansas City Chiefs: 5/6 (1.83)
San Francisco 49ers: 11/10 (2.1)
Kansas City Chiefs (-1.5): 20/21 (1.95)
San Francisco 49ers (+1.5): 20/21 (1.95)
Patrick Mahomes: Evens (2)
Jimmy Garoppolo: 3/1 (4 )
Raheem Mostert: 31/5 (7.2)
George Kittle: 66/5 (14.2)
Travis Kelce – 22/1 (23)
Team that scores the longest touchdown
49ers: 11/10 (2.1)
Chiefs: 4/6 (1.67)
First Gatorade color popped over winning coach?
Red – 6/4 (2.5)
Yellow / green / lime – 4/1 (5)
Blue – 4/1 (5)
Orange – 9/2 (5.5)
Clear / water – 6/4 (2.5)
San Francisco 49ers – 19/20 (1.95)
Kansas City Chiefs – 19/20 (1.95)
Length of national anthem
Less than 2 minutes 4.5 seconds – 4 / 5 (1.8)
More than 2 minutes 4.5 Secs – 5/6 (1.83)
Halftime Show – First Number
Get Right – 2/1 (3)
Hips Don & # 39; t Lie – 4/1 (5)
Play – 4/1 (5)
She Wolf – 5 / 1 (6)
Let & # 39; s Get Loud – 6/1 (7)
On The Floor – 6/1 (7)
Jenny From The Block – 6/1 (7)
[1 9459026] Waiting for tonight – 9/1 (10)
Anytime – 9/1 (10)
Patrick Mahomes -6.5: 4/6 (2.1)
Jimmy Garoppolo +6.5: 4/6 (1.67)
Gerard Pique will be shown during the rest show?
Yes – 6/1 (7)
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