Lindy's 2022 Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl Champions

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e 2022 season was the Kansas City Chiefs' 53rd in the National Football League, their 63rd overall, their 10th under head coach Andy Reid, and their 6th under general manager Brett Veach. The Chiefs finished the regular season 14–3, improving their win total from the previous season and matching the franchise record for wins.

In the offseason, the Chiefs traded wide receiver Tyreek Hill to the Miami Dolphins. Hill had been with the Chiefs since 2016

The Chiefs wore a decal with the number 16 on their helmets for the entire season in honor of former Chiefs quarterback and Super Bowl IV MVP Len Dawson, who died on August 24, and wore 16 his entire tenure with the Chiefs. Before the Chief's first offensive play of the preseason game the following day, the Chiefs lined in a huddle popularized by Dawson where the quarterback stands in front of all other 10 offensive players instead of the quarterback standing in the middle with the players making a circle around him.

After their ninth victory in Week 12 over the Los Angeles Rams, the Chiefs clinched their 10th consecutive winning season, a franchise record. With a Week 15 win over the Houston Texans, they won the AFC West for the seventh consecutive year. It also was the Chiefs' franchise record-extending 8th straight year making the playoffs. With a Week 18 win against the Raiders, and the Bills–Bengals game in Week 17 declared a no-contest, the Chiefs clinched the number 1 seed in the AFC. The Chiefs hosted their 5th consecutive AFC Championship Game, where they defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20. In Super Bowl LVII, the Chiefs defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 38-35 after rallying from a 10-point deficit at halftime. It was the Chiefs’ third Super Bowl appearance and second win in four years.