Andy Reid, Patrick Mahomes, and the rest of the team have guided the Kansas City Chiefs to a prominent position among the elite franchises in NFL history.
Securing victory against the 49ers on Sunday in Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas, the Chiefs now stand as the seventh team in league history to claim four Super Bowl titles.
Kansas City now shares esteemed company with franchises such as the New England Patriots (six Super Bowl wins), Pittsburgh Steelers (six), 49ers (five), Dallas Cowboys (five), Green Bay Packers (four), and New York Giants (four) — all boasting four or more Lombardi Trophies.
While the Chiefs initially clinched Super Bowl IV against the Minnesota Vikings under the leadership of Hall of Fame head coach Hank Stram, it took them 50 years before triumphing again in Super Bowl LIV against the 49ers. Now, with another victory over the Niners, the Chiefs have secured their third Super Bowl win in the last five seasons.
Kansas City has solidified its status as a bona fide dynasty and, with the addition of its fourth Lombardi Trophy, stands as one of the most triumphant franchises in the storied history of the NFL.