During an NFL season, players often live by the 24-hour rule after a win. After a day of celebrating, it's right back to work.
Weeks after their Lombardi win, the Kansas City Chiefs are already back to business, not extending their celebration too long.
"It was such a great feeling to accomplish certain goals you set out to accomplish. My mindset is that it's time to reset and try to do it again. I think we've got a really good team and a really good opportunity. Not every team has the opportunity we have. It's important for us to kind of reset and just get back to work."
"Ain't no time to rest like that," he said. "It's definitely tough [in trying to win back-to-back championships]. But we've got guys in the room that can make it happen. We've got the coaching staff for it. Now we know what it takes to get there and win it."
Winning back-to-back Super Bowls is a difficult task in a league built on parity. The last back-to-back winners came in the 2003-2004 seasons when Bill Belichick's New England Patriots pulled it off. Even the Pats' three more recent Lombardi's came after failing the previous season. Since the turn of the millennium, that 03-04 New England run marks the only back-to-back winning Super Bowl champs.