Miami Dolphins stars offer immediate reactions to Kansas City Chiefs advancing to Super Bowl

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Miami Dolphins stars Tyreek Hill and Jalen Ramsey reacted to the Kansas City Chiefs beating the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday to advance to the Super Bowl.

Kansas City knocked the Dolphins out of the playoffs in the first round, defeating them 26-7 in Kansas City. Since then, the Chiefs have won on the road in Buffalo and Baltimore to make the Super Bowl.

The Chiefs will get a chance to defend their title in Super Bowl 58 on Sunday, Feb. 11. Kansas City defeated the Philadelphia Eagles last season in the Super Bowl.

Hill, a former Kansas City player before he was traded by the franchise to Miami, reacted to Chiefs receiver Marquez Valdes-Scantling making a game-sealing catch in the fourth quarter.

Valdes Scantling’s grab on third down allowed the Chiefs to run out the clock and end the game.

Hill won a Super Bowl with Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and head coach Andy Reid earlier in his career, and he shouted out both of them after the Chiefs took down Baltimore.

There’s no doubt that Mahomes and Reid are two of the best in the business at their respective positions.

Since Mahomes has been named the team’s starter, the Chiefs have made the AFC Championship Game in six straight seasons. This will be the team’s fourth Super Bowl appearance with Mahomes. Kansas City is 2-1 in the Super Bowl in the first three appearances.

Hill also shared that he felt bad for Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson, who was knocked out of the postseason.

Jackson did not have his best game on Sunday, and he threw a key interception in the second half that made it tough for Baltimore to come back.

The loss dropped Jackson to just 2-4 in his playoff career. Mahomes, on the other hand, is now 14-3 in the postseason.

Ramsey also chimed in after the game, pointing out that the NFL will get two more weeks of coverage of the Travis Kelce-Taylor Swift relationship ahead of the Super Bowl.

Swift, who is one of the biggest singer/songwriters in the world, has been a fixture at Chiefs games this season.

The Chiefs will await the winner of the NFC Championship Game between the Detroit Lions and San Francisco 49ers to see who they will play in the Super Bowl.

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Peter is a graduate of Quinnipiac University where he covered the MAAC and college basketball for three years. He has worked for NBC Sports, the Connecticut Sun and the Meriden Record-Journal covering basketball and other major sports. Follow him on Twitter @peterdewey2.