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Super Bowl LIV fallout: Chiefs bask in the glow of their first Super Bowl win in 50 years

Super Bowl LIV - San Francisco 49ers v Kansas City Chiefs Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images

50 years.

That is how long it has been since the Kansas City Chiefs were Super Bowl champions.

That is the theme of all the news coming out of the Chiefs Super LIV victory.

Chiefs set an NFL record with their Super Bowl 54 comeback -
The Chiefs’ postseason has been full of comeback wins.

The Chiefs’ 4th quarter changed all of Super Bowl 54 -
Kansas City wins its first Lombardi Trophy in 50 years by defeating the San Francisco 49ers, 31-21, in Miami.

Final score: The Chiefs earn a 31-20 Super Bowl victory with fourth-quarter comeback - Arrowhead Pride
The 50 year drought is over — and the party is on in Kansas City.

Chiefs are Super Bowl champions, and it’s just the beginning - Arrowhead Pride
For the first time in 50 years, the Chiefs are Super Bowl champions after beating the 49ers 31-20.

Five things we learned as the Chiefs won Super Bowl LIV - Arrowhead Pride
The Chiefs are once again world champions. It’s been a long time coming.

Chiefs victory parade and rally will be on Wednesday - Arrowhead Pride
Yes... there will be a parade!

What the Chiefs’ Super Bowl win means to us - Arrowhead Pride
The founders of AP return to give their thoughts on the Chiefs’ first Super Bowl title in 50 years.

Eight winners and two losers from Super Bowl LIV - Arrowhead Pride
The Chiefs get their second Super Bowl win, erasing 50 years of postseason futility.

Andy Reid, Patrick Mahomes spoke to media following Super Bowl win - Arrowhead Pride
The head coach and quarterback discussed the first Super Bowl win in 50 seasons.

Damien Williams hasn't slept yet - Arrowhead Pride
View the FanShot on SB Nation.

How Chiefs HC Andy Reid’s Super Bowl trick play came to life - Arrowhead Pride
Andy Reid adapted the play from ones used by Michigan coach Fritz Crisler in 1948.

Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes, Andy Reid discuss title, future plans - Arrowhead Pride
It sounds like Reid has no plans to walk away from the game after clinching his first Super Bowl title as a head coach.