KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI - JANUARY 29: Travis Kelce #87 of the Kansas City Chiefs celebrates after defeating the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20 in the AFC Championship Game at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium on January 29, 2023 in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

Super Bowl LVII is going to be full of some incredible stories. From Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid going up against his former team in the Eagles, to the Kelce Brothers squaring off in the Super Bowl becoming the first brothers to play against one another in the Big Game, to Patrick Mahomes and Jalen Hurts making history in the first ever Super Bowl to feature two starting quarterbacks who are African American. There will be a lot to digest over the next two weeks.

But on Sunday, we saw a lot of wild and wacky stuff go down before, during and after each Conference Championship game. Strap in those seatbelts for a wild ride!

  • Nick Sirianni's Daughter Bombs Press Conference

    Nick Siranni is known for his fiery demeanor on the sideline for the Philadelphia Eagles, but it is this cute and cringe moment with his daughter that had people talking on social media.

  • Joey Bosa Yells at Eagles Fans

    LA Chargers defensive end Joey Bosa was in Philadelphia to support his brother, Nick, and decided to get into an uncomfortable altercation with Eagles fans (never a good idea) that ended with Bosa bizarrely saying his is rich, while Eagles fans (who probably paid good money to be there) are poor.

  • Eagles and 49ers Brawl

    In the final minutes of the Eagles dominating 31-7 win over the San Francisco 49ers a scuffle soon turned into a near brawl between the two teams. The conclusion was Trent Williams body slamming Eagles safety K’Von Wallace to the ground. Williams and Wallace were properly ejected. The melee sparked reminders of Williams controversial past. To see why keep scrolling …

  • Trent Williams has been here before

    Apparently controversy is nothing new to Williams who slapped Richard Sherman when Williams was a member of the Washington Commanders.

  • Party in Philadelphia

    Philly gonna Philly.

  • Riot Police were Ready in Philadelphia

    Only in Philadelphia, folks.

  • So much for Greasing the lamp posts

  • New Yorkers Get Angry At Empire State Building

    Yep, this wasn’t for the Jets or St. Patrick’s day. It was for the Eagles. New York and Northern New Jersey fans lost their collective minds. To be fair the Empire State building did come out in red and yellow for Kansas City later on.

  • Mayor of Cincinnati

    The zaniness of Sunday really started earlier in the week when Mayor Aftab Pureval left this viral message about the AFC Championship game.

  • Travis Kelce Shuts Down Cincinnati Mayor Pureval

    Travis Kelce with a speech fit for the Oscars or Golden Globes.

  • "Jerry Springer as Mayor"

    Travis Kelce couldn’t let it go…

  • Burrowhead ...

    Just leaving this one here…

  • Ron Tolbert

    Never a good day for the NFL when everyone knows the name of the referee.

  • Joespeh Ossai with the penalty of the Game

    An unfortunate moment that will live in Bengals infamy.

  • Joseph Ossai Addresses Penalty

    Props to Joseph Ossai for talking to the media afterwards. Even more props to his teammates who supported him afterwards.

  • Fire breaks Outside Arrowhead Stadium

    After the conclusion of the Chiefs-Bengals game a fire started on a grassy hill outside Arrowhead Stadium. Fire fighters put it out within 40 minutes. No word of the cause of the fire or injuries.

  • Empire State Building in Red and Yellow

    After New Yorker’s lost their minds over the Empire State Building coated in green and white light, it switched to red and gold for the Chiefs per a contract with the NFL. Simmer down everyone.

  • The Peyton-verse

    I’ll blame Marvel for this.

    https://youtu.be/8vM2twOfhuY

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