NFL Fans Are Screaming “Rigged” After Crazy Fact Suggests The League Is Helping Chiefs Win Super Bowls

Patrick Mahomes and Roger Goodell.


The Kansas City Chiefs just might be the new Patriots in more ways than one.

The Kansas City Chiefs ended a nearly two-decade drought without a repeat champion in the NFL. The Kansas City Chiefs pulled off a second-half comeback Sunday to beat the San Francisco 49ers, 25-22 in overtime at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.

 

One stat is going viral this week that has opened some eyes.

Despite three different looks at the offensive line for the Chiefs, the players that are in charge of keeping Patrick Mahomes safe have somehow never had a holding penalty called against them in three Super Bowls.

All three.


Fans couldn’t help but notice that something fishy was going on.

Sunday’s Super Bowl LVIII clash between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers had no shortage of drama. Unfortunately, the NFL’s officiating crew that worked the game has become a major storyline.

Nick Bosa was held consistently throughout the night to prevent him from getting to Patrick Mahomes and not a single flag was thrown.

What Patrick Mahomes has been able to accomplish in his first six seasons as an NFL starting quarterback has been unmatched. Patrick Mahomes became the youngest player (28 years old) in NFL history to be named Super Bowl MVP three different times.

Mahomes has three Super Bowl championships in his career, joining only Tom Brady, Terry Bradshaw, Joe Montana, and Troy Aikman as the only quarterbacks to hoist that many Vince Lombardi trophies.

As of right now, Mahomes already has a hall-of-fame career that includes three Super Bowl MVPs and two NFL MVPs, the only player to win three Super Bowl MVPs in a five-year span and the youngest player with two league MVPs and three championship MVPs.