When the Kansas City Chiefs hoisted the Lombardi trophy earlier this year, it felt like the start of something great; a potential new dynasty to supplant the New England Patriots as the dominate force in the NFL.
With other teams stealing the spotlight this offseason with massive moves, such as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers signing future Hall-of-Famer Tom Brady, Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill is here to remind the league about the Chiefs.
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Hill’s message to the NFL world is clear: when the Super Bowl is played next year in Tampa Bay, Fla., you better be prepared to see him and the Chiefs out on the field again.
This kind of confidence is what you love to see from reigning champs, and Hill is confident for good reason. Unlike some other past champions in sports, the Chiefs have retained almost all of the championship team from last year.
Last year’s Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes will still be there, as will star tight end Travis Kelce, and Hill, who is a four-time Pro-Bowl selection in his own right.
With all their relatively young talent, the Chiefs look prepared to dominate the league for years to come. Mahomes and Hill are just 24 and 25 years old, respectively, leaving their title window wide open for years to come.
The Chiefs have an opportunity to become a dynasty in the NFL. Hill is ready to make it happen.