Superbowl LVII

Eagles vs. Chiefs Super Bowl

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Eagles vs. Chiefs Super Bowl

Cole Johansen, Journalist

Super Bowl LVII will be happening on Sunday, February 12 at 4:30 p.m. The Super Bowl will be located in Arizona at the State Farm Stadium which is home to the 4-13 Cardinals. The Super Bowl halftime show will be performed by Rihanna who has had hit songs like “Umbrella,” “This is What You Came for,” and “Needed me.” The two teams competing are the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs.

The Philadelphia Eagles have had an incredible season with a record of 14-3. The Eagles are led by star Quarterback Jalen Hurts and their amazing defense which is second in the entire National Football League. The Eagles defeated the New York Giants and the San Francisco 49ers in the playoffs this year, holding both teams to just seven points scored in each game. 

Eagles 2018 Super Bowl run out (Photo Courtesy of: Google Images)


The Kansas City Chiefs completed the season at 14-3 as well led by star Quarterback Patrick Mahomes, star tight end Travis Kelce, and star wide receiver Juju Smith-Schuster. The Chiefs defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Cincinnati Bengals in the playoffs both close games.

I am so excited to watch the Eagles and Chiefs play in the super bowl I am hoping that the Eagles win.”

— Rilee Copenhaver


Chase Hansen, sophomore, stated, “I would prefer it if the Eagles won because my dad is a 49ers fan and is still unhappy about the Chiefs 2019 Super Bowl.”

Both teams have players who have made the 2023 Pro Bowl as well. The Chiefs had Quarterback Patrick Mahomes, Tight End Travis Kelce, Left Tackle Orlando Brown, Left Guard Joe Thuney, Center Creed Humphrey, Defensive Tackle Chris Jones and Punter Tommy Townsend. Meanwhile the Eagles have Quarterback Jalen Hurts, Wide Receiver A.J. Brown, Offensive Linemen Landon Dickerson, Lane Johnson and Jason Kelce, Edge Haason Reddick, Running Back Miles Sanders and Cornerback Darius Slay make the Pro Bowl. The Eagles Offensive Lineman Jason Kelce and the Chiefs Tight End Travis Kelce are actually brothers and both made the Pro Bowl.

Kennedi Johnson, sophomore, said, “I would like for the Chiefs to win because I dislike the NFC and want an AFC team to win.” 

Both teams have had difficult points in the season and have worked hard to overcome them. Jalen Hurts from the Eagles battled injuries for important games of the season, and Patrick Mahomes was injured in a playoff game against the Jaguars.

Both the Eagles and Chiefs have a true shot at winning a ring in this Super Bowl and it will be a great game. The Super Bowl will be held on February 12th at 4:30 p.m.