Reigning NFL MVP Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs won their first Super Bowl since 1970 against the NFL's best defensive, the San Francisco 49ers. The Chiefs won the game 31-20, and Mahomes took home the Super Bowl MVP and then signed the richest contract in NFL history, a 12-year deal worth over $500 million! Mahomes is set for life and set for life as the Chiefs franchise QB. He has taken the Chiefs to new heights and looks to continue to obliterate defenses this upcoming season. Will this offense stay atop the league rankings, or will there be regression? Let's take a look.
Sutton has done everything the Broncos have asked through his first two years in the league. He is the team's WR1, and he looks to be the go-to target for Drew Lock in his second year. In 2018, his rookie year, Sutton finished as WR51 in 0.5 PPR leagues. Last year, Sutton jumped all the way up to WR19. That is precisely the kind of ascent a fantasy manager looks for when projecting a future WR1 in fantasy football.
In 21 years of head coaching experience, Andy Reid has posted a losing record just 3 times. He's missed the playoffs only 6 times. Yet here we are with him finally winning his first Super Bowl title as a head coach. Long overdue and well deserved. Going into 2020, he gets a rare bonus for Super Bowl winning head coaches as he keeps both offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy and defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo on staff. In fact, almost the entire coaching staff is sticking around for 2020.