Big play: Hill gets behind D and triggers a KC comeback

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) — After being clogged up all game by a defense that doesn’t allow big plays, Patrick Mahomes finally found his opening. Somehow, receiver Tyreek Hill slipped behind the entire San Francisco secondary. Mahomes heaved it his way. Kansas City gained 44 yards on the play and the comeback was on. The Mahomes-to-Hill connection led to the first of three fourth-quarter touchdowns in Kansas City’s come-from-behind 31-20 victory in the Super Bowl. This marked Kansas City’s third straight double-digit comeback in the playoffs. It brought the Lombardi Trophy back to KC for the first time since 1970.