What are the Kansas City Chiefs’ Lowest & Highest Scores in Super Bowl History?

Published 02/08/2024, 8:56 PM EST

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The Kansas City Chiefs are total powerhouses in the league. Even though they struggled in the beginning, eventually, the team ended up making it to the Super Bowl with strategic moves and tremendous efforts. But the Chiefs also had their imperfect and worst records in the past, much like the other teams.

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Now, only two days are left for the thrilling showdown in Allegiant Stadium on February 11 at 6:00 p.m. Eastern Time. With their appearance in Super Bowl LVIII, the Chiefs are all set to make their fifth Super Bowl in four years. Since game day is almost here, let’s dive into the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl records so far.

Details of the Chiefs Super Bowl Record!

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The big showdown is almost here, and fans cannot keep calm. But before the showdown, let’s see the details of the Chiefs’ Super Bowl history. Until now, the Chiefs have played for the sixth time in the Super Bowl. The Chiefs have a 3-2 record in the five Super Bowls they have appeared in. The first Super Bowl victory occurred in 1969 when the Red Army played against the Minnesota Vikings. At that time, the head coach was Hank Stram and the team defeated the Vikings by a score of 23-2.

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Then, after a fifty-year drought since their last appearance, the Red Army appeared victorious again under the shadow of Patrick Mahomes and Andy Reid. The team played against the San Francisco 49ers and grabbed a staggering win with a 31-20 score. Furthermore, this win has even taken Mahomes to his first MVP title. This signifies Mahome’s resilience and determination to etch his name in NFL history.

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Just a year after their victory against the San Francisco 49ers, the Chiefs returned to the Super Bowl LVII arena and clinched their spot. They grab a stunning win against the Philadelphia Eagles with an incredible 38-35 score in favor of the Chiefs. This is the highest score the Chiefs have achieved until now. Also, it is the second Super Bowl win since the onset of Mahomes. Along with victories, the Chiefs also suffered some losses. Let’s have a look at it.

Super Bowl losses for the Red Army!

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Till now, the Chiefs have appeared five times in Super Bowl history and witnessed three wins and two losses. The first loss occurred in 1966 when they faced the Green Bay Packers on January 15, 1967. That time, the Packers shook up the NFL scene with their stunning performance and clinched the victory over the Chiefs with a good 35-10 score. Back then, QB Bart Starr showed an MVP performance with 16 of 23 passes for 250 yards and two touchdowns, which added to the win.

Another loss that the Chiefs faced was in 2021 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, which was also their lowest Super Bowl score. It was Tom Brady who performed brilliantly, completing 21 of 29 passes. Additionally, it was a good defense from the Buccaneers that couldn’t let the Chiefs get a chance to take the lead, as the former team grabbed a staggering win with a final score of 31-9.

With their appearance in Super Bowl LVIII against the 49ers, this will be their rematch after 2020. Last time, the 49ers lost to them by an 11-point deficit. But what will happen this time? Who do you think will win the showdown?

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