The Kansas City Chiefs might just be the NFL’s next great dynasty . The defending champs face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sunday in Super Bowl LV, looking to join the ranks of the greatest all-time teams.

The Chiefs are trying to become the ninth team in league history to win consecutive Super Bowls. Repeating as Super Bowl champions hasn’t been done since 2005 when Tom Brady and the New England Patriots won their second straight title.

No team has ever won three straight Super Bowls.

In his first season since leaving the Patriots, Brady will be opposite Super Bowl LIV MVP Patrick Mahomes Sunday at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida. While Brady became the greatest quarterback of all time by leading the NFL’s last dominant franchise, Mahomes can join that discussion by bringing several titles to Kansas City.

There are plenty of parallels between Brady’s Patriots and Mahomes’ Chiefs. Before leaving New England for Tampa Bay as a free agent last year, Brady and New England set a record with 11 straight postseason appearances. Kansas City has the longest active streak in the NFL with six trips in a row to the playoffs.

Kansas City has won five straight division titles. Mahomes became the Chiefs’ starting quarterback in the 2018 season, and the team has won the AFC West in all three seasons with him under center.

Mahomes has a 6-1 career playoff record.

Andy Reid became Kansas City’s head coach for the 2013 season. The Chiefs have made the playoffs in seven of the eight seasons with Reid at the helm.

By defeating the San Francisco 49ers 31-20 to win last year’s championship, Kansas City ended a 50-year title drought. The Chiefs beat the Minnesota Vikings 23-7 in Super Bowl IV. Kansas City lost to the Green Bay Packers 35-10 in the first Super Bowl in the franchise’s only other Super Bowl appearance.

Quarterback Len Dawson was the Super Bowl IV MVP. The Hall of Famer played 13 seasons with Kansas City.

The Chiefs have made 22 playoff appearances in the Super Bowl era. From 1972-1989, Kansas City reached the postseason just once.

The Chiefs flirted with making the Super Bowl in the early 1990s. Kansas City reached the postseason every season from 1990-1995, making it as far as the AFC Championship Game in the 1993 season. The Buffalo Bills represented the conference in the Super Bowl for four straight years.

Legendary quarterback Joe Montana played his final two seasons with Kansas City but couldn’t get the team over the hump.

From 1994-2014, the Chiefs didn’t win a single playoff game, going one-and-done in the postseason seven times. Kansas City’s longest playoff drought during that stretch came from 1998-2002.

Kansas City has a 15-19 all-time record in playoff games.