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Social Recap: A Look at the Top Instagram Posts from 2017

Posted Feb 7, 2018

Here’s a collection of some of the most popular Instagram posts from last season

The Kansas City Chiefs won a second-straight AFC West title in 2017, with our social channels documenting the action every step along the way.

Here’s a look at some of the top Instagram posts from the 2017 season.

1. "We WIN!"

The Chiefs spoiled the New England Patriots’ Super Bowl celebration to kick off the 2017 season, and Chiefs Kingdom was understandably excited.

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2. Breaking News: We have signed CB Darrelle Revis.

The Chiefs signed Revis for the stretch run of the season on Nov. 22.

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3. Wish Eric Berry a happy birthday!

If there was a single person Kansas City would collectively like to wish a happy birthday, safety Eric Berry would likely be near the top of the list.  

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4. #FootballIsFamily in the Kelce household. 

The Chiefs’ Week 2 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles meant a little more to tight end Travis Kelce, as it marked the first time he had a chance to play against his older brother, Jason. The elder Kelce is the starting center for the Eagles.

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5. That 4-0 feeling!

The Chiefs defeated the Washington Redskins on Monday Night Football to move to 4-0 on the year in early October, and Head Coach Andy Reid was excited.  

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6. Caption this photo. Ready. Set. Go. 

Chiefs’ linebacker Derrick Johnson may be an elder statesman in today’s NFL, but he can still play with the best of them. That was on display in Week 14, when Johnson delivered a huge tackle on Oakland Raiders’ tailback Marshawn Lynch.

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7. Kareem is your 2017 rushing champion.

Kareem Hunt finished the season with 1,327 yards on the ground, becoming just the sixth rookie to win the rushing title in the Super Bowl Era.  

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8. Banner nights. 

What was meant to be New England’s night ended up being a “banner” night for several members of the Chiefs, including quarterback Alex Smith.

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9. ARE YOU KIDDING?!

In perhaps the most unlikely play of the 2017 season, wide receiver Tyreek Hill scored as time expired in Week 9 against the Cowboys in what quickly became known as the “Hill Mary.”

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10. Kansas City, you look great in red. 

The skyline has never looked better.

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