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    Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl Rings Feature an Embarrassing Error: See the Inexcusable Typo

    Despite celebrating their latest Super Bowl conquest, the Chiefs made an embarrassing mistake on their latest championship rings.

    Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs may be busy celebrating their second straight Super Bowl title, and third in the last five seasons, but they aren’t above some humor.

    The Chiefs unveiled their Super Bowl 58 rings Thursday night, a celebration of Kansas City’s recent run at a Lombardi Trophy.

    There was just one problem with the celebration, though, and one that isn’t easily fixed.

    Fans Spotted an Error on the Kansas City Chiefs’ Ring

    Kansas City spared no expense when it came to their Super Bowl 58 rings. Measuring a total of 14.8 carats, the hefty band supports 529 diamonds and 38 rubies, the Chiefs’ recent title rings cost a grand total of close to $30,000 and $50,000 each, according to the Daily Mail.

    There’s just one problem. Not all the information on that ring is correct.

    As part of their title ring, the Chiefs put an engraving of each playoff game won and the seed of their defeated opposition. For the Miami Dolphins, they put an engraved “7” next to their name.

    The issue? The Dolphins were actually the sixth seed in the playoffs last season.

    The difference between a single seed can be seen as a typo, but with the amount of detail poured into the engravings, it certainly isn’t the best overall look for an organization celebrating its third Lombardi Trophy in five seasons.

    Even if it doesn’t take away from their historic run.

    Revisiting Kansas City’s Super Bowl Run

    Arguably the most troubling thing regarding Kansas City’s title run in 2023 was that this was the year for other teams to finally get one on the champs. The Chiefs’ offense struggled with drops and inefficient play throughout the regular season and were the AFC’s third seed in the playoffs.

    A dominating 26-7 victory over the Dolphins in the Wild Card Round set the stage for a road victory over the Buffalo Bills in the Divisional Round. In the AFC title game, Kansas City’s defense held the reigning MVP Lamar Jackson in check and led the Chiefs to their second straight Super Bowl with a 17-10 victory.

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    In the second Super Bowl ever to go into overtime, Mahomes led a game-winning drive in the final seconds and found Mecole Hardman to win Super Bowl 58 over the San Francisco 49ers, 25-22.

    By securing their second consecutive Super Bowl title and fourth in league history, the Chiefs became the first repeat champion since the 2003-04 New England Patriots, and Mahomes joined Joe Montana as a three-time Super Bowl MVP.

    Can the Chiefs Pull Off the 3-Peat?

    When it comes to the Chiefs’ chances of pulling off the difficult three-peat, it’s important to remember that, while they may be seen as league favorites now, it’s incredibly hard to do.

    Even some of the greatest dynasties in NFL history, like the ’70s Pittsburgh Steelers, ’80s 49ers, ’90s Dallas Cowboys, and 2000s Patriots, were unable to do so — although each won at least a playoff game in that third year.

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    The closest any organization has gotten in the Super Bowl era is the 1971-73 Dolphins who lost their first Super Bowl before winning the next two.

    Kansas City may boast the league’s best coach and starting quarterback, but their quest for a third straight Lombardi Trophy won’t come as simple as many may think.

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