Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes Named Super Bowl LIV MVP and Goes to Disney World

Patrick Mahomes (15) scrambles with the ball

PITTSBURGH, PA - SEPTEMBER 16: Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (15) scrambles with the ball during the NFL football game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Pittsburgh Steelers on September 16, 2018 at Heinz Field in Pittsburgh PA. (Photo by Mark Alberti/Icon Sportswire)

Miami, FL. – During the 31-20 win over the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes won Super Bowl Most Valuable Player. He also went to Disney World the next day.

Mahomes’s Stats for Super Bowl

Patrick Mahomes completed 26 of 42, threw for 286 yards, threw for two touchdowns, and threw for two interceptions. Mahomes also rushed nine times for 29 yards; he also had one rushing touchdown. Although the Super Bowl wasn’t Mahomes best game, he still rallied his team together to win the Chiefs first Super Bowl in 50 years. Right before the game-winning drive, Patrick Mahomes gave a talk to his teammates. “It’s gonna be special. They’re gonna talk this forever, baby. They’re gonna talk about this forever. It’s gonna be special. They’re gonna talk about it forever, baby. We keep rolling. It’s gonna be special.” Patrick Mahomes said. [1] Patrick Mahomes, 24 years old, is the first player under 25 to win both league MVP and Super Bowl MVP. Mahomes is also the third-youngest Super Bowl MVP in NFL history.

Mahomes Goes to Disney World

After winning the Super Bowl, Mahomes and his teammates talked to a reporter. After being asked what he was going to do, Mahomes said, “I’m going to Disney World!” True to his words, Mahomes went to Disney World on Monday, February 3, 2020. He was in a parade at Disney World and was right next to Mickey Mouse. [2]

Patrick Mahomes also said in an interview with ESPN, “I think just seeing the excitement and the joy. I’ve always seen it, you always see it every single year, when the quarterbacks say it — it’s such an iconic thing. I didn’t even remember tweeting it until it came back out before the Super Bowl. For me, it was just such an iconic thing and something that was special, and I wanted to do that. And now I have and I’m here — it’s amazing.” Mahomes also said, “When I won the game and they came up and told me [I’d won the MVP], it was amazing — just to be able to say those words and to be here now. … I tried to dream it, and I tweeted it, and I kinda spoke it into existence.” [3]

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