The 2023-24 NFL season has officially ended with the Kansas City Chiefs winning Super Bowl 58 in overtime against the San Francisco 49ers. However, if you were following the script throughout the year, you would have known that this was going to happen all along.
There has been a popular conspiracy theory that Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce were plants by the United States Democratic Party in an attempt to get more people to vote for their party in the 2024 US President election. However, President Biden posted after the Super Bowl 58 game went final that the theory was indeed fufilled.
Just like we drew it up. pic.twitter.com/9NBvc5nVZE
— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) February 12, 2024
This is excellent level trolling by the Leader of the Free World and we should get that out of the way. Obviously, there was no legitimacy surrounding any of the claims but great to have a sense of humor about it. The NFL had an incredible season with a lot of storylines and we now have the first back-to-back Super Bowl Champions in almost 20 years and a confirmed dynasty in the Kansas City Chiefs.
Can anyone in the NFL stop the Kansas City Chiefs from three-peating?
The NFL has quickly transitioned from the New England Patriots dynasty that won six championships to the Kansas City Chiefs that now have won three Super Bowls in five years, including two straight. With the Chiefs continuing to prove they can dominate playing as an offensive juggernaut to a defensive-minded team, times are tough for the other 31 teams.
It is going to be difficult to see a team come together and defeat them in the postseason. If a team was going to do it, this year was the chance but the Miami Dolphins, Buffalo Bills, Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers all had a chance and were unable to do so.
There are teams that are going to continue improving and trying to get to the Chiefs level but there is a reason why the dynasty is happening in Chiefs Kingdom. Until they lose, they are going to need to be considered the favorite.
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