Chiefs continue to cry disrespect, troll Eagles pass rush during Super Bowl parade

Whether it's genuine or not, crying disrespect is a tried-and-true incentive for world-class champions.

The Kansas City Chiefs, and Travis Kelce in particular, leaned into apparent disrespect en route to their second

championship in four years after an offseason that did not establish them as Super Bowl favorites.

The motif persisted throughout Kansas City's Super Bowl parade on Wednesday, where Kelce and Patrick Mahomes commanded attention.

The AFC West said that we were rebuilding before this season even got underway, according to Mahomes. "I'll be up front with you.

I have no idea what rebuilding entails. In our rebuilding year, we're world champs."

The AFC West was unquestionably overvalued in the offseason and ended up egregiously underachieving.

And following the trade of Tyreek Hill to the Miami Dolphins, the Chiefs revamped their passing approach.

The majority of this squad's core, including Mahomes, Kelce, Chris Jones, and an offensive line that produced two All-Pros in Joe

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