The Kansas City Chiefs rewrote franchise history with their Super Bowl LIV win over the San Francisco 49ers.
Previously, had you asked anyone the most iconic play in franchise history, the answer would be 65 Toss Power Trap from Hank Stram and Super Bowl IV. Now, with another championship under their belt, the Chiefs have a new iconic play to go with it. That play is called 2-3 Jet Chip Wasp, and it’s the play that got the comeback started for Kansas City in the Super Bowl.
In the fourth quarter, the Chiefs were down 10 points and faced third-and-15. With the game on the line, Patrick Mahomes asked offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy if the protection can hold up for “Wasp.”
The protection held up, and the Chiefs got their longest play of the day, a 44-yard reception by wide receiver Tyreek Hill. This play has become a favorite so quickly that Hill even asked the developers of “Madden NFL 20” to put the play into the Chiefs’ playbook.
Soon, fans throughout the NFL will have a chance to use the play that helped spark the Chiefs to their first Super Bowl victory in 50 years. Jet Chip Wasp will be coming to “Madden” in a future update. Perhaps they’ll even include one of the other iconic plays from Super Bowl LIV too.