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The Patrick Mahomes and Kansas City Chiefs dynasty is still being written

More than four hours after Super Bowl LVIII had begun, it was still going. Las Vegas played host to only the second overtime in Super Bowl history, ticking into its final minutes and seconds.

Almost everything that had transpired in four gruelling quarters of football was irrelevant now, however consequential it might have felt in the moment. The score at 22-19, Patrick Mahomes had the ball in his hands on his own 25-yard line and his team had to score or the San Francisco 49ers would win the Super Bowl.

At some point in every season, in every sport, it comes down to moments like these.

Binary outcomes where the nuance of San Francisco’s season-long potency on offense and the Kansas City Chiefs’ respective struggles become entirely irrelevant.

Any mistake - a fumble, an interception, a dropped pass - could mean the end.

But, of course, there is nobody on earth whose hands you would rather have the ball in than Mahomes, who had faced a similar situation inside the final two minutes of regulation and drove his team down the field for a game-tying field goal to force overtime.

How much confidence is it humanly possible to have in Mahomes, who now boasts three Super Bowl rings at just 28 years old and passes the eye test as the greatest quarterback of his generation at the very least - and possibly even more?

Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs throws the game-winning touchdown

“How much confidence is there in the world?” asks Mecole Hardman.

How dark is the night? How tall is the sky?

“I guess at this point, I take it for granted,” said Travis Kelce.

“I know we’re in every single game I’ve ever played in with him, no matter what the score is, no matter how much time is left, that guy’s got magic in his right arm.”