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NFL fans are happy for Andy Reid but not expecting a Chiefs dynasty

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Super Bowl LIV - San Francisco 49ers v Kansas City Chiefs Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images

Each week during the season SB Nation sends out a survey to NFL fans seeking their opinions. It is called FanPulse.

This is our final installment of FanPulse for the season. The questions were about Super Bowl LIV.

The first question dealt with the best part of the game. Chiefs head coach Andy Reid finally got the championship that had eluded him over the last two decades. Fans clearly viewed him as the sentimental choice.

In spite of the win, fans aren’t anticipating a dynasty.

I would say this is rightly so. You should bet the under on any team putting together a dynasty. It is extremely hard to win one. A lot of things need to fall into place. In all three of their postseason games, the Chiefs were arguably one play away from being out of the game.

Conversely, last year they were one play away from going to the Super Bowl, but things fell through. In a league where things are this close, so many factors go into winning it all.

Ending on a light note, fans declared Bill Murray the winner of Super Bowl commercials this year.