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Kansas City Schedules EPIC Super Bowl Booze Binge
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Around Kansas City, people are trying to figure out where to watch the Super Bowl. To some, the ideal choice would be to be out at Arrowhead tailgating before the game. In fact, there's a petition on Change.org to open up Arrowhead to allow Chiefs fans to gather there for the big game.
MAMA PLAYS DEFENSE!!!
We are a week away from seeing the Kansas City Chiefs play the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV. It goes without saying that this is one of the biggest moments in the franchise's history. However, the moment was overshadowed this past week by Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk.
A Wichita, Kansas man is making his way to Miami for the Super Bowl in style, and he's hoping a little divine intervention will help the Kansas City Chiefs beat the San Francisco 49ers in the big game.Rob Thome is driving what he calls his Chiefs " War Wagon" to Miami ahead of the big game.
Po-Po Sport Hype Gear
More and more Kansas City first-responders and law-enforcement agencies are ditching their traditional blue for red and gold this week.After Harrisonville, Grandview, Shawnee and many other cities allowed their officers to wear Chiefs' colors, the Overland Park Police Department and the Jackson County Sheriff's Department announced they would also allow
UK Loves The Chiefs
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - If you think you're traveling far to get to Super Bowl LIV in Miami, this Kansas City Chiefs fan has you beat. Luke Kiff is traveling across the pond to get to Hard Rock Stadium. Kiff has lived in the United Kingdom his entire life.
Long Gone Glory Remembered
Now Mostly Forgotten, This Chiefs Star Celebrated 1970 Super Bowl By Pouring Champagne On Lamar Hunt
It turns out, Patrick Mahomes isn't the first Chiefs player from Texas Tech University to star in a Super Bowl. That honor goes to E.J. Holub, who is the only player in NFL history to start a Super Bowl on offense and defense.
Fake Gronk In Fashion
Anything but ordinary? Travis Kelce. Nailed it. Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce has been named a finalist for the "Anything But Ordinary" Player of the Year Award, which will be handed out at the NFL Honors ceremony.This is the first year for the award.
Football Glam Winning
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Aside from the reigning NFL MVP, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes can add this title under his belt. Mahomes now ranks No. 1 among the most attractive players in the AFC West, according to a new survey. TickPick surveyed nearly 1,000 NFL fans to see which athletes come first on and off the field.
Tech Against Chiefs
If you're a Kansas City Chiefs fan, it's probably best not to ask Amazon's Alexa for a Super Bowl prediction.Here's what you get when you ask Alexa who will win the Super Bowl:"The Chiefs are favored to win it but the 49ers are on a gold streak.
No Longer The Underdog
I guess until now I've never actually cared about the Super Bowl. I'm not nervous. I'm actually relatively confident about the game, considering I'm a fan of the franchise that is the single greatest in NFL history at breaking their fans' hearts in the playoffs. The game is the game-the same ball, the same rules.
Kansas City Heads South
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Airlines are adding more flights from Kansas City International Airport to Miami and Fort Lauderdale for Super Bowl LIV, KCI said Sunday. KCI spokesman Joe McBride said there are typically two flights per day to each location from KCI.
Fanboy Soundtrack Debuts
Your soundtrack for getting ready for Super Bowl LIV could start with tight end Travis Kelce's pick, "(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party!)" by the Beastie Boys, which he sang (or, rather, screamed) at fans after Kansas City's win in the AFC Championship game.
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