Chiefs news: Kansas City's celebration could be seen on radar
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Kansas City Chiefs’ celebration could be seen on radar

Patrick Mahomes, Chiefs

As the Kansas Chiefs scored 21 unanswered points to secure a victory in Super Bowl LIV, the celebrating in Kansas City, Missouri was so big that it could be seen on radar devices.

Due to the number of fireworks being set off during and after the game, Kansas City made its mark on the National Weather Service’s local radar technology.

While the game happened in Miami, fans in Kansas City some 1,400-plus miles away were celebrating the first Super Bowl win for their hometown team since Super Bowl IV in 1970.

As for the game itself, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes was named game MVP after completing 26 of his 42 passes for 286 yards and three total touchdowns.

The game also gave Chiefs head coach Andy Reid his first championship as a head coach after losing with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2005 and winning with the Green Bay Packers in 1997 as an assistant coach.

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