Super Bowl Prediction

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* – Division Winner

+ – Wild Card Winner

AFC

1. Kansas City Chiefs

2. Baltimore Ravens

3. Buffalo Bills

4. Indianpolis Colts

5. Pittsburgh Steelers

6. Tennessee Titans

7. Las Vegas Raiders

NFC

1. New Orleans Saints

2. San Francisco 49ers

3. Dallas Cowboys

4. Green Bay Packers

5. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

6. Seattle Seahawks

7. Minnesota Vikings Continue reading

AFC West

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1. Kansas City Chiefs

They are primed for another Super Bowl run and as long as QB Patrick Mahomes is healthy, they will be for many years.

2. Las Vegas Raiders

The current regime is starting to see their plan come to fruition and it should result in a playoff appearance.

3. Denver Broncos

A solid off-season saw them surround their young quarterback with more weapons and solidified a sound defensive unit.

4. Los Angeles Chargers

Playing second fiddle in LA will start to take its toll on the franchise, but it helps being in a brand new stadium you didn’t have to pay for. Continue reading

Super Bowl LIV

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The matchup in this years Super Bowl features two teams that haven’t won the Lombardi trophy in quite some time. The Kansas City Chiefs haven’t won a Super Bowl in 50 years. Not since Super Bowl IV and the famed “65 Toss Power Trap” play call of their Hall of Fame coach then Hank Stram. The San Francisco 49ers haven’t won a Super Bowl in 25 years. That was in Super Bowl XXIX, which also happened to be in Miami, where Steve Young threw for a record 6 touchdown passes. Both of them in the 2019 season have been among the most consistent teams. The Chiefs will be looking to win their second title, while the 49ers will be looking to win their sixth. Continue reading

NFC and AFC Championship Game Recaps

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50 Years Later

Yes, I did predict the Kansas City Chiefs to be in the Super Bowl before the start of the season. I didn’t have them winning, but they are there. After their Week 10 matchup against the Tennessee Titans this season I said, “The Kansas City Chiefs will never win a Super Bowl with a defense they currently have right now.” Continue reading