The Kansas City Chiefs became the team that broke the monotony of the AFC after taking down the Tennessee Titans in quite convincing fashion. Patrick Mahomes was simply unstoppable in and out of the pocket as he led the Chiefs to Super Bowl LIV.

However, this isn't the only reason for Chiefs fans to celebrate. Mahomes has become the second person since 2002 to have made the Super Bowl who isn't named as one of three quarterbacks that have had a hold on the AFC crown for almost two decades now.

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NFL Update shared the interesting statistic, and this achievement is nothing short of insane.

In the defense of Tom Brady, Ben Roethlisberger, and Peyton Manning, all of them are incredible quarterbacks and future first-ballot Hall of Famers. All of them have shown incredible dominance during their years in the NFL, so understandably, other quarterbacks in the conference had an incredibly difficult time just trying to breakthrough.

Some may say that the Chiefs' quarterback's inclusion to the list was only due to some favorable circumstances. Big Ben was out for the entire year after injuring his elbow, Manning has long called it quits in the NFL, and Tom Brady's Patriots were but a shell of what they once were during Super Bowl LIII. It was the perfect opportunity for a quarterback to win the conference, and Mahomes was the man who made the most of his chances.

However, it wasn't like he got to the Super Bowl by sheer luck. He completely owned the Titans that have specialized in taking down giants in this year's playoffs. He finished with 294 passing yards and three touchdowns to secure the 35-24 win.

Now that he made it all the way to the Super Bowl, Mahomes will be eager to complete the incredible run with a win.