Skyy Moore & Chad Henne Bring Legendary Michigan Moments To Super Bowl 57
As I have said before, Michigan just does it better.
On Sunday (Feb. 12), the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Philadelphia Eagles in a tight game. The ending score was 38-35, thanks to a field goal by kicker Harrison Butker.
However, we are not here to talk about the ins and outs of that spectacular, nail-biting game, we are here to talk about the legendary Michigan moments that happened.
The former Western Michigan University wide receiver has officially gone down in history after he scored a very important touchdown that allowed the Kansas City Chiefs an eight-point lead in the last quarter of the game.
Chiefs quarterback and MVP Patrick Mahomes threw the ball to Moore as he beautifully glided into the end zone.
The even crazier part of this historic moment is this is also the first touchdown of his rookie career.
Imagine your first touchdown in your NFL rookie career being the one that helps your team win the SUPER BOWL!!!!
It was quite a tear-jerking moment for the rookie.
This is not the first time that Moore has shown out. He also helped the Chiefs in the AFC Championship game after returning a punt to the 47-yard line. Because of this, Moore helped set the Chiefs secure the game-winning field goal that allowed the Chiefs into the Super Bowl.
Besides Skyy Moore, another Kansas City Chiefs player is also doing a big career move.
Chad Henne is going out on top of the world!
Yes, I mean that the former Michigan quarterback just announced his retirement after their legendary win at the Super Bowl.
He posted on his Instagram after the game saying,
"Calling it a career. Capping it off with a @budlight and another ring!"
This is the Kansas City Chiefs' second Super Bowl win in 5 years and Henne was a part of that success during the 2019 season.
Henne has been in the NFL for 15 seasons. He first joined the Miami Dolphins as a second-round pick. He later ended up with the Chiefs in 2018.
Again, Michiganders just do it better.