Vahe Gregorian: Against gravity of past, chaos of COVID, Chiefs’ Super Bowl encore is a feat in itself

It’s a daunting enough quest to win one Super Bowl every 50 years or so — as any once-tortured Chiefs fan and hundreds of players to come through Kansas City in between championships can certify. But a second in a row is a geometrically more ambitious and elusive pursuit, affirmed by the fact that only eight teams have repeated and none since New England went back-to-back in the 2003-04 seasons. And it might be said that any of the teams that did repeat did so in a considerably less disorienting time than the Chiefs have in now extending their #RunItBack drive campaign to the so-called ultimat…

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