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Chiefs Player Has An Honest Admission From Super Bowl LVII

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The Kansas City Chiefs are on top of the world right now, and that won’t change any time soon.

Once again, they proved to be the ruling force in the National Football League, crowning themselves as Super Bowl champions over the Philadelphia Eagles.

Notably, the Chiefs were actually underdogs entering the game, and they struggled to keep up with Nick Sirianni’s offense early in the contest.

Then, LB Nick Bolton made one of the biggest plays of the night, recovering a Jalen Hurts’ fumble and taking it all the way for a game-tying touchdown.

It’s been a couple of weeks since the big game took place, yet Bolton hasn’t forgotten about that moment.

In fact, he recently admitted that he’s watched the play at least 50 times ever since.

“I’ve probably watched it at least 50 times myself.”

Chiefs LB @_nickbolton2 discusses his game-changing fumble recovery TD during #SBLVII (via @NFLTotalAccess)

— NFL Network (@nflnetwork) February 23, 2023

The Eagles bounced back and even held a 10-point lead, but Patrick Mahomes went human torch mode in the second half, and the rest is history.

The Chiefs have now made it to three Super Bowls — with two wins — in the past four years.

They’re on the verge of becoming the league’s newest dynasty, and they have plenty of salary cap flexibility to continue being competitive for years to come.

Of course, losing Offensive Coordinator Eric Bieniemy could be a deadly blow for their offense, at least early into next season.

But they still have one of the best offensive minds in the game in Andy Reid, not to mention perhaps the most talented quarterback to ever grace the game of football.

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