Kansas City Chiefs offensive linemen won the day with some awesome t-shirts at the club’s Super Bowl 57 parade.
The Chiefs’ o-line surrendered zero sacks to a vaunted Philadelphia Eagles’ defense that finished the regular season with 70 sacks. Their efforts helped Patrick Mahomes piece together another Super Bowl MVP performance in a 38-35 KC victory.
Following big-time performances from all five of Mahomes’ pass protectors, the Chiefs’ o-line showed up to the Super Bowl parade wearing some awesome t-shirts which referenced the whole “zero sacks” thing:
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A banged-up offensive line prevented the Chiefs’ chances of repeating as Super Bowl champions in the 2020 season against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In the 2021 offseason, GM Brett Veach wasted no time improving the unit.
He handed stalwart guard Joe Thuney $80 million in free agency, traded for Baltimore Ravens superstar offensive tackle Orlando Brown Jr. and drafted Creed Humphrey and Trey Smith. Two years later, the revamped o-line paved the way to another Super Bowl title for the Chiefs.
Not only did the Chiefs’ o-line allow zero sacks, but they dominated in the run-blocking department as well. Kansas City racked up 158 rushing yards against Philly’s stout front seven on only 26 carries.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.