The Kansas City Chiefs won Super Bowl LVII (58) on Sunday night, marking their second consecutive National Football League championship and third in five years.

But depending on who you ask, one person was responsible for the victory—and it wasn't Patrick Mahomes, whose game-winning touchdown drive in overtime secured his third Most Valuable Player award in football's biggest game.

It was, of course, Taylor Swift, the most famous fan inside Las Vegas' Allegiant Stadium and boyfriend of Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce. Viewers around the world got plenty of Swift shots during the broadcast, to the thrill of many and disdain of some.

To Murray—who would never steer fans wrong with a joke—Taylor's performance stood out above all others.


As you might imagine, fun was had with Murray's latest wry remark.


Others on tennis Twitter/X, meanwhile, congratulated those who Swift watched on the field. "Pat Motha Fuggin Mahomes," wrote former player Mardy Fish (who also lobbied for country music in next year's Super Bowl halftime show). Commentator Patrick M...cEnroe attributed the Chiefs' 25-22 triumph to "The Mahomes factor…. again." Brad Gilbert, coach of Coco Gauff, was in awe of Mahomes' latest clutch performance.

Stephen Amritraj joined many in calling the Chiefs a dynasty, and former Nicolas Kiefer proudly proclaimed his KC fandom.


We look forward to Murray congratulating Kelce for selling out massive stadiums upon the resumption of Swift's worldwide concert tour.