Mahomes and the Chiefs win Super Bowl LIV during Black History Month

It has been 50 years since the Kansas City Chiefs won the Super Bowl. They can finally say they are Super Bowl Champion again in 2020 with a 31 -20 win over the San Francisco 49er’s. The 24 year-old Patrick Mahomes from Tyler Texas becomes the 3rd Black quarterback to win the Super Bowl. It’s even more sweet because it happened at the start of Black History Month. Mahomes can now add MVP and Super Bowl champion to his list of accomplishments. He is the youngest player to win MVP in the Super Bowl.

San Francisco had the momentum for most of the game but Kansas city would not be counted out. The 49er’s were winning the 3rd down conversion war until they were stopped on a crucial conversion that swung the momentum. Mahomes drove 65 yards down the field and found Damien Williams for a 5 yard touchdown reception. The 49er’s got the ball again and Garropolo got sacked. The Chiefs got the ball back and Williams closed the deal with a 31 yard touchdown.

The score is not indicative of how close the game actually was. This was definitely one for the ages. Congratulations to the Kansas City Chiefs.

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108 years later The Chicago Cubs are the 2016 World Series Champions


Chicago Cubs celebrating the final out in 2016 World Series – Photo Source: Instagram @Cubs

The Chicago Cubs have broken every curse that has been placed upon them over the last 108 years. They can now call themselves World Series Champions. After 10 long fought innings against the Cleveland Indians right after a rain delay a simple grounder thrown to first base for an out shook the world. After being down 3 games to 1 they made it happen.

As a Chicagoan, a South Sider and a loyal Sox fan this win is one that can be shared with the entire city. The biggest day in Chicago baseball history has culminated into the Cubs finally becoming World Champions.

Social media is on fire, friends are texting me and the excitement is genuine and infectious. “To love the Cubs is a true love because they will kill your soul, crush your spirit and never say sorry…but the love is unconditional…because, to be a Cubs fan takes love to last…and finally….I feel like I been loved all along…it feels amazing!” said Victor R. Moore II.

Next year has finally arrived. It arrived at 11:47 local time at Progressive Field in Cleveland. The Cubs won 8-7.

Mayor Rahm Emanuel released a statement, saying:

“From Opening Day in April to a historic November night, the Cubs championship season united the city of Chicago and fans around the world behind this incredible team. The Chicago Cubs winning the World Series is about more than a game, more than a team, and more than a sport. It is about the families who have passed down a love for the Cubs from mothers and fathers to their sons and daughters, and from grandparents to grandchildren. It is about generations who have come together around radios, televisions, and within the friendly confines of Wrigley Field to root for the home team and share triumphs and defeats. Cubs fans have never given up hope that this day was possible, and this young team made it happen. Congratulations to the Ricketts family, Joe Maddon, Theo Epstein, and the players, staff, and fans who together broke the longest drought in professional sports and made history this year. Go Cubs go!”

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