Chiefs O-Line Troll Eagles With ‘0 Sacks’ Shirts During Super Bowl Parade

The Chiefs offensive line was among the unsung heroes in Super Bowl LVII as they shut down the Eagles stout defensive line in the big game.

Despite break the single-season sack record for a team, the Philadelphia Eagles recorded zero sacks and in-case you forgot about that, the Chiefs offensive line was here to remind you during their championship parade.

“0 sacks, put it on a (expletive) t-shirt,” guard Trey Smith tweeted Sunday along with a GIF on Tony Soprano.

The Chiefs had their championship parade in front of their fans Wednesday. And Smith and center Creed Humphrey came out in “0 sacks” T-shirts.


A banged-up offensive line prevented the Chiefs’ chances of repeating as Super Bowl champions in the 2020 season against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In the 2021 offseason, GM Brett Veach wasted no time improving the unit.

He handed stalwart guard Joe Thuney $80 million in free agency, traded for Baltimore Ravens superstar offensive tackle Orlando Brown Jr. and drafted Creed Humphrey and Trey Smith. Two years later, the revamped offensive line paved the way to another Super Bowl title for the Chiefs.