The matchups for Super Bowl 57 have been decided. Both the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles prevailed in their respective conference championship games on Sunday. As a result, the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs will face off against one another on February 12 for the right to hoist the Lombardi Trophy.
Since the Eagles will be competing in the game as the home team at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, the city of Philadelphia will get to decide whether its players will wear dark or light jerseys. The match will take place on November 25.
Patrick Mahomes of the Chiefs and Jalen Hurts of the Eagles are both young quarterbacks who will be starting for their respective teams in this game.
The Philadelphia Eagles were dominant in the first game on Sunday, which they played against the San Francisco 49ers, who had more unlucky injury luck at quarterback. In the beginning of the game, the third-stringer Brock Purdy was playing, but he had to leave with an elbow injury halfway through the first quarter.
In his place came the seasoned journeyman Josh Johnson. Then, early in the third quarter, Johnson exited the game with a concussion after his head hit the ground after being brought to the ground on a tackle. Johnson exited the game as a result of the concussion. The Eagles rolled to a 31-7 victory because to their tenacious defence and careful ball handling, which allowed them to coast to victory.
To go to the Super Bowl for the third time in the past four years, the Kansas City Chiefs had to fend off numerous late charges made by Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC championship game.
Mahomes and the Chiefs were attempting to get within field goal range when Joseph Ossai committed a significant unnecessary roughness penalty, which gave Kansas City within range to make the field goal. Harrison Butker, the Chiefs’ place kicker, made a successful effort from 45 yards out to seal the team’s 23-20 victory.