The trolling Kansas City Chiefs took a beating on the Philadelphia Eagles during their Super Bowl LVII victory parade on Wednesday.
Heading into the game, the Chiefs knew they would be facing the second-best defense in the league during the regular season in terms of yards allowed per game. The Eagles allowed 20.2 points per game, good for seventh in the NFL.
But they also led the NFL in total sacks, dropping quarterbacks 70 times in 17 games. They also displayed that prowess against the New York Giants and San Francisco 49ers in their two playoff games leading up to the meeting in Glendale.
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How did the Chiefs’ offensive line fare against that potent pass rush? Zero sacks allowed by Patrick Mahomes.
There was pressure at times, but the offensive line did its job, holding Mahomes upright so he could throw for 182 yards and three touchdowns.
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The Chiefs’ O line had jerseys made to commemorate his performance.
Trey Smith and Creed Humphrey wore white jerseys with green Eagles lettering that read «0 sacks.»
The trolling began long before the Chiefs took to the streets of Kansas City to celebrate.
JuJu Smith-Schuster posted a Valentine’s Day card that took a crucial penalty kick off Eagles cornerback James Bradberry late in the game. The call set up the Chiefs’ game-winning field goal.
«I’ll hold you when it matters most,» the card read.
Bradberry chimed in, noting that he made the All-Pro second team this season, his first with the Eagles. His teammate AJ Brown was more direct with his rebuttal.
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«First of all, congratulations. You all deserve it,» Brown wrote on Twitter. «This is unfortunate. You were walking out of the league before mahomes resurrected your career with your 1-year contract, Tik-Tok boy. He admitted he got you, but you don’t act like that or you never did. But congratulations again!» «
Patrick Mahomes even got involved with a subtweet of his own.
«That man must be bored,» the Super Bowl MVP said, likely referring to Brown.
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For now, the Chiefs have the last word with the Vince Lombardi Trophy in their hands.