They've won three Super Bowls in five years and made it to the championship game in one of those "off" years. As a result, a common theme is easy to spot in Monday morning's coverage of Sunday's thrilling overtime win for Kansas City:
- "It's official. The Chiefs are a dynasty," writes Jerry Brewer at the Washington Post. "They deserve the label after surviving a defensive grudge match until (QB Patrick) Mahomes closed the deal with his incomparable brilliance."
- "Dynasty? No doubt," writes Nate Davis at USA Today. The question that began bubbling up last year has been "definitively answered."