Super Bowl: how did players of Puerto Rican descent Isiah Pacheco and Jon Feliciano fare?

Super Bowl: how did players of Puerto Rican descent Isiah Pacheco and Jon Feliciano fare?

When the confetti began to fall at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, the running back Isiah Pacheco celebrated what was his second title superbowl. Then, he would place a Puerto Rican flag on his shoulders, in a clear gesture of appreciation of his Puerto Rican roots.

Pacheco, whose father is from Ponce, won on Sunday the private duel between the two players of Puerto Rican descent who played in the Super Bowl in Las Vegas. Pacheco’s Kansas City Chiefs took an exciting overtime game, 25-22, over the San Francisco 49ers to retain their title as NFL champions.

On the San Francisco side, the offensive lineman Jon Feliciano was not lucky.

How did the Puerto Ricans fare? Next, a look.

He running back played a key role in the Chiefs’ victory, despite a major mistake in the first half. In total he had 18 rushing carries for 59 yards, only behind the 66 of the quarterback Patrick Mahomes. He also received six passes for 33 yards.

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