After the Kansas City Chiefs won the Super Bowl on Sunday, many Philadelphia Eagles fans expressed their disdain on the internet.
Many believed that the Chiefs got away with a bad call by the referees, which led the Chiefs to a chip-shot field goal.
However, another video angle of this play showcases what the officials likely saw on the play.
NFL Films gets the perfect shot of the hold on Juju Smith-Schuster. #Chiefs pic.twitter.com/eB3CL0paW1
— Nick Jacobs (@Jacobs71) February 15, 2023
JuJu Smith-Schuster was held by James Bradberry during this play.
After the game, many Eagles players agreed with the ruling, even though it resulted in them losing the game.
Ultimately, the Super Bowl was won by the Chiefs.
No amount of postgame arguing, video replays, or continuous internet trolling can change that fact.
Nick Sirianni did a lot in his first season as the Eagles head coach, including instilling a sense of accountability in all of his players.
Although Sirianni didn’t win the Coach of the Year honors in 2022, many are expecting him to be a finalist for this award for the foreseeable future.
As for the Chiefs, they are Super Bowl champions for the second time in the past four seasons.
They will enter 2023 with the Lombardi Trophy on their minds again, something that their fanbase has gotten accustomed to.
With Patrick Mahomes at the helm, it feels like the Chiefs have a chance to compete in any game that they partake in.
For now, the Chiefs will continue to celebrate their victory, as today is their victory parade that will be on display throughout Kansas City.NEXT: Chiefs Legend Gave Fans The Perfect Parade Gift