It should be a very good Super Bowl on Sunday between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles. You have the two best quarterbacks this season dueling against each other in Patrick Mahomes and Jalen Hurts. You have the number one passing offense going against the number one defense in Glendale Arizona on Sunday night. It should be an incredible atmosphere and game. Below I make my prediction in my quick take as seen in the Times Union:
Kansas City quarterback Patrick Mahomes will play a big game on Sunday because that's what he always does, but it won't be good enough this time. The Philadelphia Eagles have the best pass rush in the NFL, and the Chiefs have not faced a better defensive this season. Eagles are the more complete team and will win a close game.
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MJ and I were joined by our guy Freddie Coleman per usual in his Friday spot right here on Big Board Sports. He expects a close game and a good one just like MJ and I have said repeatedly this week. He also expects the game to be decided at the line of scrimmage between each team's offensive and defensive lines. Below is our full interview with him.
MJ likes the Chiefs and I like the Eagles as my wife Kelly is a huge Philly fan. I hope you can join us for Rodgerfest at Dutch's Place starting at 5:30 to watch the Super Bowl. The biggest thing I hope is that it's a good and competitive game.
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