Losing to the Chiefs in Super Bowl 58 might have broken Charvarius Ward

B-b-b-but I thought playing there was better!

Feb 7, 2024; Las Vegas, NV, USA; San Francisco 49ers cornerback Charvarius Ward (7) during a press
Feb 7, 2024; Las Vegas, NV, USA; San Francisco 49ers cornerback Charvarius Ward (7) during a press / Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports
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The final game of the NFL season means that no matter what, there's going to be a winner and a loser. The Kansas City Chiefs were the winners of Super Bowl LVIII while the San Francisco 49ers walked away as the losers. Former Chiefs cornerback Charvarius Ward was a part of the losing Niners squad and is straight up not having a good time right now.

Before we get into that, let's backtrack to Super Bowl media week. When Ward was asked what the difference was between playing in Kansas City and San Francisco, he responded with a petty "It's better over here."

So, yeah, Chiefs fans didn't exactly love that response. One even used it against him after the game and Ward didn't take too kindly to that, which brings me to the point of this article.

Following the Niners' loss in Super Bowl 58, Ward was finding anyone to argue with on Twitter/X, even when those people didn't tag him in their tweets. Sauce Gardner pointed out that while the 49ers looked better overall, "the Chiefs always find a way" to which Ward did not appreciate. He torched Gardner for never making the playoffs and told him to worry about his own team.

A fan then brought up the "It's better" drama from earlier in the week and Ward said he still stands by that and yelled at the fan for not accomplishing anything. "The Chiefs won not you," he said. Now, in Ward's defense, this fan did tag him in the tweet.

Charvarius Ward might want to take some time away from social media.

I get that Ward is frustrated but this isn't really the best way to go about venting those frustrations. He won Super Bowl LIV with the Chiefs and then joined the 49ers in the 2022 offseason and during his two years away from KC, the Chiefs have added to their hardware collection. That is a hard pill to swallow, even if he insists everything's better in San Francisco.

Better luck next year, Charvarius.

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