How Repeat Super Bowl Champions Became a Thing of NFL's Past

The Kansas City Chiefs are barely the favorite to win Super Bowl LVIII.

However, they might have even better odds if not for the fact that no NFL team has won back-to-back championships since the New England Patriots did so back in 2003 and 2004.

It's nearly impossible to repeat these days, which is wild when you consider how dominant teams like the Chiefs, New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts have been at various points this century.

Can the Chiefs Buck the Trend in the NFL? The Chiefs are a slight favorite over the Philadelphia Eagles, Buffalo Bills, San Francisco 49ers and Cincinnati Bengals. 

But the AFC is very competitive, Patrick Mahomes will have a target on his back, and the offense will be adjusting two big changes at offensive tackle and wide receiver.

It won't be easy, but some team is eventually bound to repeat again, and a team led by Mahomes and Andy Reid makes a lot of sense to snap that drought.

They have been to three of the last four Super Bowls and have won two of them.

Still, I'd put my money on the field.


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