Regular Season Record: (142-98)
Wild Card Round Record: (1-3)
Divisional Round Record: (3-1)
Conference Championships: (1-1)
(Odds as of February 2nd)
San Francisco v Kansas City(-1.5):
We’re finally here. It’s time to decide the champion of the league. The Kansas City Chiefs are going to battle with the San Francisco 49ers. The Niners are a well-balanced team with a strong running game and a stout defense. The Chiefs are a powerhouse offense lead by magician Patrick Mahomes. This is going to be an awesome game for spectators. The chess match between Kyle Shanahan and Andy Reid will be one for the ages. This should be a high scoring game with plenty of offense. The Niners have been mostly dominant all year with a few exceptions. These exceptions include games against the Cardinals, Ravens, and Seahawks. All three feature QBs who are just as deadly with their legs as they are with their arms. They’ll be facing another dual-threat QB in Patrick Mahomes today. They’re tasked with the near impossible: limit Mahomes by air and by land. His deep threats make it a nightmare to limit his running ability. I can’t wait to see what Shanahan has schemed to slow their attack. Hopefully, he’s watching film of the Texans, Vikings, and Titans. All three have caused issues for Kansas City this year. All three showed strong defenses and quick starts. In the end, I’m picking the Chiefs to win Andy Reid his first Super Bowl. Here’s to a good game, have fun and enjoy your Super Bowl parties!