VIDEO: Kansas City Chiefs players reflect on Super Bowl LIV win

Posted at 11:48 PM, Feb 02, 2020
and last updated 2020-02-03 00:52:06-05

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Kansas City Chiefs won the team's first Super Bowl title in 50 years on Sunday in Miami.

After the fourth-quarter comeback, players spoke to the reporters about the historic victory.

Quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who was named Super Bowl MVP, said taking everything one day at a time was key to making it this far.

Patrick Mahomes talks Chiefs win

Wide receiver Tyreek "Cheetah" Hill said he's "appreciative to be in this situation."

Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill talks Super Bowl win

Safety Tyrann "Honey Badger" Mathieu reflected on the team's defensive efforts against the San Francisco 49ers.

Chiefs S Tyrann Mathieu on Super Bowl defense

Tight end Travis Kelce praised head coach Andy Reid, who took home his first Super Bowl championship in a 21-season head coaching career.

Chiefs TE Travis Kelce reflects on SBLIV win

Punter Dustin Colquitt, the longest-tenured player on the Chiefs' roster, said he was "at a loss for words" following the team's Super Bowl LIV win.

Chiefs P Dustin Colquitt 'at a loss for words' following Super Bowl win

Defensive end Terrell Suggs, who joined the team in December after being waived by the Arizona Cardinals, became a two-time Super Bowl champ. He said it felt like the first one he won with the Baltimore Ravens.

2-time Super Bowl champ Terrell Suggs talks Chiefs' SBLIV win

Tackle Eric Fisher said the team "knew what had to be done" to get the Super Bowl win after spotting another opponent a double-digit lead.

Chiefs T Eric Fisher: Team 'knew what had to be done' for SBLIV win

Last, but certainly not least, defensive tackle Chris Jones said he told Reid he wasn't coming back to Kansas City without a championship ring. Following the team's Super Bowl LIV win, he said the Chiefs are coming back next year for a repeat.

Chiefs DT Chris Jones says he wasn't coming back to KC without a ring

The architect of the Chiefs' championship roster, General Manager Brett Veach, reflected on the team's journey and resilience.

Chiefs GM Brett Veach: 'It's been quite a ride'

Even KCMO Mayor and lifelong Chiefs fan Quinton Lucas couldn't help but puff out his chest with civic pride a bit after the first Super Bowl title of his lifetime.

KC Mayor Quinton Lucas: 'This is an outstanding night for Kansas City'