Vineland high school alum Isiah Pacheco, who just captured his second straight Super Bowl in just his second NFL season, made a bold prediction after the Kansas City Chiefs' victory over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday.

Pacheco told KMBC-TV in Kansas City that Chiefs fans should expect more Super Bowls in Kansas City.

"It's phenomenal," Pacheco said after rushing for 59 yards on 18 carries and adding six catches for 33 yards. "Last year, I wasn't satisfied. This year I'm satisfied, but I know there's three more on the way."

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With Patrick Mahomes just 28 years-old and Andy Reid committed to returning to the team, there is no reason the Chiefs can't keep winning Super Bowls.

In last years win over the Philadelphia Eagles, Pacheco led the way for Kansas City with 15 carries for 76 yards and his first ever Super Bowl touchdown.

The Super Bowl win caps off another outstanding season for the former Vineland High School quarterback.  Pacheco rushed for 313 yards and three touchdowns during the Chiefs’ playoff games this postseason and added 12 catches for 60 yards.

Overall in two playoff runs with the Chiefs, both resulting in Super Bowl wins, Pacheco has 100 carries for 451 yards and has scored four touchdowns in six career playoff games.

When you combine the 2023 regular season and playoff run together for Pacheco, he ran for 1248 yards and scored 12 touchdowns in total 18 games, missing three due to injury.

As a rookie in 2022, Pacheco ran for 830 yards with five scores, adding 13 catches for 130 yards.

At Vineland as a Senior, Pacheco help lead the team to a 8-2 overall record, making the playoffs in back-to-back seasons. He rushed 154 times for 1,414 yards and 18 touchdowns and threw for 598 yards and three touchdowns on 43-of-81 attempts. he also ran for 1,107 yards with 15 touchdowns on 120 carries as a junior for the Fighting Clan.

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