TOP OF THE TOWN ‑ Wow, what a Super Bowl LIV. Patrick Mahomes leads Kansas City to three touchdowns in the last six minutes to give coach Andy Reid his first Super Bowl victory, 31-20 over San Francisco. Trailing 20-10, the Chiefs got a one-yard TB pass from Mahomes to tight end Travis Kelce with 6:13 left, then former Seattle Seahawk cornerback Richard Sherman gave up a long pass that set up the go-ahead TD.  Then Sherman was beaten again by Damien Williams on a five-yard score from Mahomes that put the Chiefs ahead 24-20. Another former Seahawk Frank Clark sacked 49ers’ quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo on fourth down, turning the ball back to the Chiefs and Williams raced 38 yards for the final score with 1:12 left. It will be interesting to hear what the normally loquacious Sherman has to say about his play in those crucial minutes. He usually backs up his trash talk, but this time may be different. Not to take anything away from Sherman. He’s one of the best corners in the NFL and even the best get beat. But I think it is amusing that two former Seahawks had a direct hand in the result.

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