We love the look of most things related to the Kansas City Chiefs these days—from the love blossoming between the most popular dating couple on planet Earth to the running record of sustained success defining the team's legacy these days.
We also love the look of the Chiefs' uniforms for Super Bowl LVIII.
With the NFL's championship game set in less than two weeks at Allegiant Stadium between the Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers for a chance to hoist the Lombardi Trophy (once again for Kansas City), the team officially unveiled the look of the various patches that will adorn their uniforms on game day. Oh yeah, they also gave away their color.
We definitely approve of all of this!
First, we love the fact that we just so happened to go red the last time the Chiefs played the 49ers for all the glory in 2019. That year, Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs established themselves as the NFL's newest powerhouse and Andy Reid's team would go on to appear in four of the next five Super Bowls with a potential to win a third on February 11. So there's a good track record here.
Second, the patches look great atop the uniform. The Norma Hunt patch is especially meaningful knowing what she and her husband Lamar meant to the sport, to the region, and to the team. Also that Super Bowl logo is pretty smooth.
We're not the only ones who love the new look.