Google’s awesome trick to celebrate Chiefs’ Super Bowl LVII win
By Adam Weinrib
The Kansas City Chiefs are once again your SUPER BOWL CHAMPIONS, which cannot be erased from the record books, and can be bragged about until at least next February. So why not celebrate a little bit?
Someone in the Google engineering department clearly agrees that the Monday after the Super Bowl should be a day of rest and exaltation, and they set up a fun little Easter egg in the search engine that, quite frankly, should last all year.
Go ahead and Google “Kansas City Chiefs” — and, let’s be honest, you all were doing that anyway. Papa needs his championship hat.
If you do so ASAP, you’ll see a fireworks animation that will make you feel warm, fuzzy, and like you’re riding alongside Patrick Mahomes on his trip to Disneyland.
Kansas City Chiefs fans can celebrate with a Google fireworks display Easter egg
Even better? If you Google “Philadelphia Eagles,” the computer screen wells up with tears and starts bawling.
Kidding. Maybe. Don’t try it, though, don’t give them the search volume.
Petty squabbles about the officiating aside, sports media’s talking heads seem aligned on this beautiful Monday that Mahomes and the Chiefs played an all-time second half Sunday evening. This wasn’t an Eagles “choke” as much as it was a phenomenal Kansas City victory, where talent overwhelmed talent.
Seeing as the country is largely aligned that the Chiefs have earned the right to gloat, Google might as well make it official.
It was supposed to be harder this year, after all. Tyreek Hill was in Miami. Mahomes was supposed to be “exposed” without his superstar wideout. The rookie class was going to have to step up big time.
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In reality? It wasn’t that much harder. Hill dominated in Miami, but was still somehow barely missed. Mahomes injured himself seemingly biweekly, but still improved. And Isiah Pacheco might’ve been the most impactful non-Mahomes player on the Chiefs offense.
Baby, you’re a firework.