Chiefs fans shouldn't take AFC Championship trophy ceremonies for granted

This never gets old.

Jan 28, 2024; Baltimore, Maryland, USA; Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (15) and
Jan 28, 2024; Baltimore, Maryland, USA; Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (15) and / Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports
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The Kansas City Chiefs are onto their fourth Super Bowl in five years. Even in a year when the Chiefs fielded their worst offense under Patrick Mahomes, the good guys found a way to win two playoff games on the road and will now be playing in yet another Super Bowl.

With their win in the AFC Championship Game, Chiefs Kingdom got to witness yet another Lamar Hunt trophy ceremony. It was frustrating for decades to see other teams hoist the Lamar Hunt trophy, a trophy named after the Chiefs founder, but now the Chiefs have righted the ship and been able to bring home what is theirs.

While nothing super eventful happened in this ceremony (No name calling by Travis Kelce this year), it's still a joy to be able to witness these moments. Don't take them for granted, Chiefs fans.

Chiefs fans get to witness another trophy ceremony

The biggest things to happen in this presentation of the Lamar Hunt trophy was Kelce, once again, shouting "YOU GOTTA FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHT TO PARTY!" while Taylor Swift was on the field looking absolutely smitten.

The Chiefs know the drill at this point and now they'll look to play in their fourth Super Bowl in just five years. This is some time we're living in, Chiefs fans. Don't take this moment or

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