Patrick Mahomes and Jalen Hurts: QBS congratulations after the Super Bowl or are there problems?

Patrick Mahomes won his second Vince Lombardi Trophy, while Jalen Hurts was defeated in his first opportunity for the NFL championship, however, it was striking that after the victory of the Kansas City Chiefs by a score of 38-35 over the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl XLVII the pair of quarterbacks did not shake hands on the gridiron of State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

The reunion moment between Mahomes and Hurts

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However, according to an article published Monday by the New York Post, showing photographs from various sources, it appears that it was all a matter of timing after the end of the game, since, after the celebration on the Chiefs’ field, Mahomes went to the locker room where he shook hands with Hurts and congratulated him on a “hell of a game,” all according to Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Mahomes cemented his place as the best player in the NFL today after becoming the first to be named regular season and Super Bowl MVP in the same year since Kurt Warner earned that distinction in 1999 when he led the St. Louis Rams to win XXXIV by defeating the Tennessee Titans at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta.

Mahomes and Hurts’ Super Bowl history

Hurts, meanwhile, competed alongside Mahomes at the home of the Arizona Cardinals by producing four touchdowns in last Sunday’s game, three of them on the ground, becoming the first quarterback and only the second player of any position to visit the end zone three times in the Vince Lombardi Trophy game. The other was running back Terrell Davis of the Denver Broncos against the Green Bay Packers in XXXII.

Mahomes and Hurts also made history by becoming the first pair of black quarterbacks to meet in the Super Bowl during the 57 times the game has been played.