After defeating the Philadelphia Eagles in Glendale, Arizona, the Kansas City Chiefs celebrated their Super Bowl victory in style in front of their fans. Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs sure had a good time during their championship parade back in Missouri on Wednesday.
The quarterback had a few drinks while the team paraded the championship trophy around town on a bus before taking the stage and addressing the crowd.
Many videos showing Mahomes and his teammates sipping beers have been shared on social media, with the quarterback appearing to stumble while on the roof of a red bus that carried the Chiefs through the packed streets of Kansas City.
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Mahomes sipped a Coors Light beer and wore ski goggles while wearing a custom-made WWE championship belt to celebrate winning his second Super Bowl and Super Bowl MVP following a spectacular season from the 27-year-old quarterback.
In one video, Mahomes is sipping a beer while being held on top of the boss by former Chicago Bears head coach and current Kansas City quarterbacks coach Matt Nagy, while fans yell ‘MVP’ at the QB.
Mahomes was reportedly spotted stumbling out of a porta-potty portaloo after getting off the bus to use the restroom, with supporters clapping as he exited before grabbing another drink and hopping back on the bus before they arrived at the stage.
They had expected to win the Super Bowl again since their first title three years earlier, when the Chiefs defeated the Niners in 2020.
The team has remained dominating, advancing to five straight AFC championship games while Mahomes has been the starter.
Then, with a loss in the 2021 Super Bowl and the loss of top wide receiver Tyreek Hill last season, questions about the franchise’s and Mahomes’ future began to arise. Yet Mahomes was as good as he’s ever been this season, leading the club to a big-game victory over the Eagles.
He declared on stage during the parade: “This is just the beginning. We ain’t done yet. So I’ll make sure to hit y’all back next year, and I hope the crowd’s the same.” The Chiefs will be favorites to win the Super Bowl again next year, with all of their key players expected to return and room to strengthen their team this offseason.