I don't necessarily always see that.
And Aaron, he's extremely talented, and he has the talent to be able to lead a team at 36 years old.
You have to start wondering whether or not that Gap has closed.
He mentioned this last night.
He did say that. You know, absolutely.
I think we're gonna be on the right side of these really soon.
I think was his post game press conference sound like that? A lot of people are playing this morning and him saying that, Yes, he does believe that they will be there if they're going to.
There have to be some adjustments that are made on that offense, and I think that right now in that respect, because supposedly now Aaron has met with Fleur, who was able to utilize his talent, maximize visibility in a good system.
Um, it's funny that, you know people will use the term saying, Oh, well, Aaron's succeeding well in this system, well, you know, knocking people for Vian system quarterbacks.
But all of a sudden, when you use the argument to your advantage, then it becomes an argument.
I see how it works here, but in any case, I digress, folks, in terms of what needs to be done, I think, yes, if they're going to try to attack that window again, I think they need to utilize Aaron Jones continue to do so as they did this year.
What they might need is they might need a and it's they might need an upgrade, a tight end.
And it's funny to say that when you take a look at a guy like Jimmy Graham, but I think they need a younger, tight end right now that's gonna come in.
That's gonna be able to block show a little more prolific ability in that.
And I thought Aaron threw a lot of passes last night where he looked like he was not set, not really able to have to set his feet.
The offensive line might need a couple of tweaks here and there, and they have to make some adjustments on defense because for all of the now Green Bay, as a defense talk, which I bought into a lot this year, I toted that quite often whether it be on this program my own.
Wherever I was, you know, making appearances, I said, Well, green, they has a defense this year and show up last night.
They could not stop the run.
They need someone up front that's gonna be able to do it.
Yes, they put more pressure on the quarterback this year, but if you're gonna be, is porous as they are on run defense and have been really all year, you're not going to contend for Super Bowl.
So I would say that the window is open a crack.
But if they want to crack that window open, they have to make some adjustments and they have to buy in.
And unfortunately, at 36 they're running out of time if they want Rogers to be at the helm of one of these championship runs.
Not completely closed, folks.
But I think the Windows more clothes than it is open right now.
That's my Yeah, and and I think you brought up a great point about the drive and in this, and this is in no way a knock on Rogers.
This is more of a A putting Tom Brady's drive just another levels, because again, I mean at a certain point in your time, you know you can give 16 17 years to this league and you know, eventually you're just gonna lose that urge.
Thio do the grind every day, and that's that's fine.
That's what happens when you get older.
Once who wants to put themselves through that? I mean, I guess I mean, I'm not.
I'm, you know, just almost 10 years younger than Tom Brady and I wake up in the morning and I heard and that sometimes I don't even want to get up and go all the way to my seat to do the show. It happens.
So the idea of, ah, almost 40 year old man decided, Hey, you know what? I don't really want to go to training camp and get hit all the time or go play football game.
Johnny Yada yada.
That's perfectly fine.
That's so so this isn't an indictment on him.
It's more of Ah, you know, there's not too many players in the history of sports that have a drive like Brady to play at the little that he is playing at his age and it is it.
It seems like you know at this point, referred it so often.
I think it's lost of this bit of its luster.
But, um, you know you can't again.
It's it's It's as impressive as it was when we first started talking about it.
And I think for Aaron Rodgers, I think he he can still be successful for Green Bay.
But I think the days of him carrying this team and being the deciding factor, uh, are are over now.
I think they started to kind of go away this year because Aaron Jones became such a big factor.
And, um, I think we've seen Aaron Rodgers.
Yes, the touchdown interception ratio is nice.
The passer rating is nice, but, um, all too often he looked like, uh, you know, average at times and then you know, pretty good at others.
And look, I was praising him last week because of how good he or how well, he played down the stretch to win that game.
The divisional round.
And then some of the great throws.
Look, that 60 yard bomb, it's like not too many people are gonna be able to make that throw.
It's just those are becoming fewer and far between.
And even when they do happen, like in this case last night, um I didn't put a lot of stock into that offensive.
Fleury for Green Bay.
I mean, I really didn't.
I I just felt like San Francisco got up.
They got a big lead, and they, you know, they kind of setback, just, you know, which is kind of natural.
And, ah, you know, Green Bay capitalized and, you know, credit them for that.
But I'm not gonna give him too much credit for putting up these points, because this even though it was 37 to 20 of the final score, I feel like it was a lot.
That score is not indicative of what? This game. Yeah.
We're not that close and yet agree what? I said 17 point difference.
It wasn't that close, so Yeah, it's true.
And and then we're talking about that from a 17 point differential.
You know, to give you an example of how far out of out of touch this game was.
And look, I'm glad that you made the point on Aaron and the drive and the competitive edge.
Look, no one gets to the level that they've gotten to that.
Aaron Rodgers is achieved without having an internal drive that's greater than average of the average about players.
So in no way am I insinuating that Oh, Aaron's not motivated or he looks like he's not interested now to the contrary, He got took to the microphone last night and says, No, we were Our window is open.
We're gonna do this. We're gonna come out on top.
You know, he didn't get out there and say, Oh, well, you know, it wasn't like a Jay Cutler type, you know, situation where is like Yeah, Well, well, yeah, we'll play.
I miss Jay Cutler.
Yeah, I second time we brought him up today, and you know, I'm starting to make me think that I just miss him like we do.
Oh, yeah, you really daring attitude.
You know what? It's that slacker mentality that makes you say, See, I could be a slacker and I can still be a quarterback, but not only can he probably isn't, but I mean, but, you know, I'm liking it a lot, and this is probably an ****ogy that's gonna raise the the eyebrow.
And maybe that's from my illness or lack of sleep or whatever, but I like it a lot to the comparisons that people put forth when it comes to a Kobe Bryant and LeBron James.
You look at these two players that are contemporaries now because, you know, let's face it, LeBron And they didn't have ah one on ones with them.
J there was with Michael Jordan.
Yeah, so it's tough to compare them because they're comparing them across generations.
But these two were more contemporaries.
LeBron James is definitely the more accomplished athlete is the more accomplished player when you take a look at what he's able to do all around, but I'll tell you if there's one game that I need to win, and I need a killer instinct in someone that's not gonna rest until that game is won.
I'm taking Kobe Bryant because, in my opinion, you look at that type of killer instinct that he was an assassin on the court.
He would not leave unless he left everything out there on the court and he would do anything he needed to to win.
And I like that, too, that Tom Brady edge that something that maybe is is there in Aaron and just hasn't been, you know, had the opportunity to have that fire lit or it's just not there in a lot of situation.
So I believe that there's still a lot of drive left in him.
But you wonder if there's enough of it to be able to sustain a Super Bowl run because, as we've seen, getting to the Super Bowl is not an easy task.
It really yesterday afternoon made me appreciate so much more.
What we've seen in New England for the last 10 seasons, being able to make that game every year since 2011 came out on top in.
A lot of them came out, you know, on the you know, the low end on a couple of them.
But just to be in that game takes so much from a team to be able to put it together.
To do that consecutively all those years in a row really makes you appreciate what Bill Belichick is done Tom Brady has done, and the New England Patriots organization as a whole Uh, congratulations to the Niners and the Chiefs is gonna be a fun Super Bowl.
You want good offensive football, a lot of good story lines.
Ah, lot of good personalities.
Um, this is gonna be This was a dream come true for the NFL.
I know people were saying that all packers and chiefs would have been a great story, and it would have been the 100 year anniversary.
But you want your superstar front and center, especially in a venue like Miami where there's gonna be a lot of, you know, a lot of eyes on the game.
Um, you know, you really can't ask for much better than the homes and ongoing Garoppolo on the 40 Niners, a storied franchise.
So yes is gonna be fun.
It's gonna be a good game.
And I think it's going teams that are capable of really rip off some serious point mates.
And I think it's gonna be a good one.
Yeah, and and look, I mean, obviously I would as a someone who just didn't want to see ah, what would happen over the course of the next two weeks, I was really not wanting to see a Packers, and they chief Super Bowl II dubbed it the insufferable, and I'm gonna I'm gonna keep adding that in there as long as I can because, of course, it is impossible to happen now.
And, you know, that kind of brings me, you know, because I do want to kind of get your thoughts on this.
And I don't know if you saw it, and I don't know if the people out there saw it, and and I've been told that, you know, this was certainly a you know, this was intended to be a, uh, offensive motion late.
There's a problem with the offense or whatever, but anyways, did you see the video of the ref throwing the flag? Ah, and calling holding.
Yeah, heightens, uh, pretty much as the ball was snapped.
Like, I mean, you could see him with hand on hip and and again, some Some people have pointed out that it was an illegal motion penalty, but I don't I seem to recall that happened.
I don't think that was the case, so I just I was curious to see what your thoughts on because obviously you know us.
Ah, having closely followed, the Patriots have had to hurt here about, obviously from everyone about how the refs favor certain teams and specifically from Chiefs fans over the last year because they're upset about a legit offsides call that was called against him.
Um, it does seem to feel like the chief's got a little bit of home cooking.
And, um, you know, they haven't had quite the success level that, you know, rub routes, and I always use Mike location points, quotation marks.
Rob routs have not turned into pick place yet.
You know, they win a Super Bowl.
Guess what those rubber outs there now pick plays, and that's how it works.
That's how it works in the NFL.
And, ah, you know, it's It's funny because, like there's so many again you can call holding on any play.
The tightest didn't lose because of the rafts, and the Chiefs didn't win because of the rafts.
But there were so many times that it's just like, How can you not call it that? That hold on the chief's I mean, that led to, like, huge, huge games for them offensively, and and I'm sitting there laughing and I'm like, Oh, well, you know, that's that's kind of what it is.
But it's more laughing at the idea.
Fan would sit there and say that, you know, Team A is favored over you know whoever it's it's funny, but I just want to get your thoughts on that.
That little incident? No, no, I am were completely like mind.
Jerry Thornton of bar stool sports, who we know we both know personally.
We've moved interview, Jerry.
We both spoken him several times, and I still was really the one that kind of brought this to light.
If you want to talk about Who's Tweet went viral, and in this moment it was barstool.
That was the one that pointed it out.
And look, you know there are.
There are a lot of these phantom type calls that you see in games where it's it does make you scratch your head.
It does make you wonder.
Now, look, is this the reason that Kansas City went and they they're getting to the Super Bowl? You know? Obviously not.
But I mean, it does make you wonder if home cooking is on, you know, on the docket.
You know, when it comes to to these types of ah, situations and look, I mean, I don't I think it's completely abnormal for people to maybe have their doubts about whether or not Roger Goodell wanted the 100th anniversary of the NFL, the Super Bowl in Miami, to feature AH, team that was led by a quarterback and Ryan Tannehill.
I mean, I think that's a well.
It was a good story for the football purists tohave Tannehill.
Come home to Miami, start a Super Bowl in the place where he was supposed to be the savior of the franchise.
One year with a new team, and all of a sudden he takes them all the way to the Super Bowl.
I think it would have been a great story, but not a whole lot of people probably would have agreed.
I don't think it would have been the juggernaut of national media coverage that we're going to see for the for the next couple of weeks, so that's something to consider.
But, you know, we see it all the time.
Jerry pointed out, getting back to my original point when it came to him.
He pointed it out that all of a sudden it looked like there was going to be a a non call on Kelsey and then all of a sudden, up there comes the flag.
It's it's pass interference that would've never happened to Ah, Rob Gronkowski.
And by the way, folks, I'm gonna have I am goingto have Ah, Homer moment here.
And I good friend, it isn't.
My contract do is in my contract that he's able to ye allows me one per year.
I am going to have a homer moment here.
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Give me a Yeah. Yeah, absolutely.
So getting back to what I was saying.
So anyway, yes, To get back to that call in some of the calls that you see, Yeah, you're going to see that in some of these games.
And again, I'm definitely not insinuating in any way that that was the call that derailed it.
But, you know, in a situation like that, especially that the DP I call as well.
You take a look at that toward the end of the game.
I mean, you know, there were certain calls that, you know, kind of go a certain way for a team, and you look at it and you say, you know, Yeah, I don't want to blame it, but if that call swings one way or another, I mean, you know, you want to go back to the original part of the season.
I mean, the keel, Harry's touchdown counts.
All of a sudden, we may not be talking about this at all.
Ah, ll of a sudden New England might be the one where this game was played yesterday, and that could have been a different cir***stance.
So you know, calls can always affect what happens out there.
They happen for a reason.
You play through them.
Ultimately, what you want to do is play a game that allows calls like this not to just decide what happens on the field.
It's always your goal that sometimes it's inevitable that it's gonna happen.
So, yeah, it raises my eyebrow.
But ultimately, I'm not going to sit there and sale.
Yeah, that's the reason Kansas City one of That's the reason Tennessee lost.
There were a lot of other factors that went in there.
Well, in specifically on that defense would pass interference play.
Um, the funny part about it was, you know, initially the broadcast group.
And, ah, I'll comment on that in just a minute because I don't want to, you know, go off on too many topics that once.
But the ah, the broadcast, the broadcast crew of Romo and Nance, um, were kept hammering home the fact that, well, he didn't really look around, and that's why it's being called.
Well, he did turn around and look, and even whoever their rules expert is, which I I think it's still kind of a ridiculous concept.
You know, you have a guy specifically there to discuss the problems with the officiating.
That's a huge problem, in my opinion, but whatever.
So he comes on there, he says, Oh, yeah, no, no, no.
You know, you gotta turn around and look for the ball.
Which, which he did, Um, it was late, but he still did it.
And then they're like, Oh, well, I guess it wasn't quick enough and it's just into me.
That wasn't a defensive pass interference call, and that's that's a huge momentum changer.
And in a game that was fairly close.
And, um, so, you know, speaking of the broadcast crew and look I loved Tony Romo was was a fresh of, ah, breath of fresh air after Phil Simms and and his, you know, again, you kind of just got tired of the constant, you know, mistakes.
And it was funny from a from a comedic standpoint.
But you know, really, when you're watching football, you want you want to learn and you wantto absorb information as you're watching this game.
So, um and that's what Tony Roma does really well when he does it.
And I feel like he's slowly slipped into more of a 50 50 guy where, like, he'll give you the insight.
But he's so giddy and over the top for certain things, and he gets really ah, you know, he speaks in hyperbole quite a bit, and it's starting to get a little bit of ah, annoying because I guess I want to hear.
I want to hear the play by play, and I want to hear color commentary where your interjecting, too, to teach the audience something and further explained certain situations.
I don't want to sit here and and listen to you get all giddy over, you know, again, you know, plays that happen.
Yeah, you know, it's impressive and it's fun to watch.
But, you know, you're not here to be, you know, a giddy fan Boy, you know, you hear toe to do a job, and then I feel like he's He's like, 50 50 on that now, and it's just it drives me nuts.
Yeah, and apparently, I mean, if you believe the information that's out there, he's about to be, Ah, a very, very well for being that and looking a lot of I take some pop shots on at him when, when I'll do my game previews for rougher locked on Patriots.
And I recommend that maybe the local broadcast on the radio of instincts very well and by the way, they actually do about Soc Scott's Elek.
You know, people that I know personally, they do a great job.
So they really do sync up well, a lot of times.
Radio broadcasts have that difficulty.
You want some side by side.
They sink up very well, but is amazing at what he does and credit.
So he's usually right there along with him.
But, you know, it's always that like, Oh, Jim, I don't know we're gonna go here we go, you know, it's like, you know, it's like, Yeah, the macho man Randy Sa***e done down is not gonna work all the time.
And, you know, I mean, look, there are times where he nails plays right on the money, and it's it's impressive.
That's what I remember he was.
He was a a quarterback in this league, in a very good quarterback in this for a number of years.
I will give him credit where credit is due.
Tony Romo was an effective quarterback.
He's a smart quarterback.
A lot of the reason why he's not playing today is because of injuries, not because he couldn't handle the load or because he just wasn't a good player.
So you expect him to make those reeds.
You know he's going to be able to do it because of what he's done all his life and and a lot of ways, I think he was very good at doing that.
He had a personality so different.
I think you articulated that so well.
He had a personality that was different than what we were seeing from Phil Simms every single week and I think it injected life into the broadcast.
But, yeah, there's there's a little bit less.
Now it's starting to trickle in, where people are starting to look at it and go All right, well, you know, take it down a little notch.
You know, you're you're not supposed to be this excited over what's going on.
Yeah, it's just it's it's one of those things to me that just It always kind of battles the mind a little bit, but, uh, you know, Tony is good at what he does.
I actually do like Tony.
I like the, you know, I like the energy that he brings to the table, and I I say what I say tongue in cheek.
I think he's a good ****yst, and I think he does his job well.
But yeah, there's there's something to be said about it, especially when you see enthusiasm from some teams and a lack of enthusiasm on other teams.
And I'm not gonna mention any names.
We'll just letting people talk amongst themselves and think about what I mean by that.
But, uh, it's it's there, it's there.
Folks want tapes, listen to the playback.
Well, you said it perfectly he does great.
He does a great job ****yzing the game, and then that's when I really enjoy him.
But again, you your impression as they normally are, spot on when it comes to, you know? Yeah, look at what's gonna happen, But and you said it before you said it before, I could even say it, too.
I was like, Oh, I I feel a little brandy macho man vibe there.
Yeah, it really is.
You know, maybe, maybe not with the Maybe not.
The gravity s got a little more crit.
Maybe maybe it maybe really had a little war. Tobacco.
I don't know what could have been, You know? I mean, maybe the maybe the 19 cups of coffee had a day.
Took a little toll in that voice.
You know, it happens. It happens.
Actually, that was that was actually Mike talking normally.
That's how sick he is right now.
So yes, absolutely.
You know, you talk in my normal voice for a moment there, so, you know, I appreciate that.
It's always good to make you feel better, but so yeah.
So, Super Bowl 54 we got the almost a little bit of a slip there because I'm so used to it.
Said the Patriots, just out of habit.
But ah, let me in the last four years in a row, it's not like you don't have anything.
Yeah, of course.
But I know we have the Chiefs, and we have the 40 Niners and heading into it, the Chiefs are actually very slate favorite to start.
You know, obviously, you know, gamblers out there know these lines move and things change, but, um, that kind of surprises me a little bit and Ah, yeah, I would, I would.
I would have assumed that the 40 Niners were gonna be the favorite.
Going into the scheme team are into this game.
Um, perhaps they just value the offensive prop.
Now it's of the Chiefs more than anything.
Um, but I would say Like I said, my first impression is the 40 Niners are a better team, and I think they should be favored in this game.
So what do you think about that? That surprised me a little, too.
I really I think that maybe it's a little bit of a lack of respect for what they've been able to do this year.
They and they're the number one seed I know Kansas City comes into the number two seed, but San Francisco was the number one seed that has to count for something.
Um, it's circulating through San Francisco as well.
I believe Richard Sherman was quoted last night.
He said that to him.
Ah, and his response was, That's fine.
Eso you know, I think they're taking it in stride.
I think they're looking at it as internal motivation.
It's a lot of veterans on this team as well.
They get credit for being a very young team, but they're also well coached, and they're well represented by some of the veterans that they have in that locker room.
So these guys will use it to their advantage.
You know that there's gonna be chirping on both sides.
We already heard Frank Clark, you know, with the derrick handwringing, which you know, he ended up coming out on top on that, you know, you have toe, you know, tip your cap and just say, you know what? Yeah, He said that they were going to contain him.
They did the elephant 69 yards.
Um, but you know There's probably gonna be some bulletin board material. I'm thinking.
It's probably more of that is probably going to be coming out of Kansas City, then San Francisco, but that's just my opinion at this point.
But, yeah, it surprised me a little bit that Kansas City is the favor here, But again, you look at it and you look at the emotional attachment.
I think there's so much, um, you know, throughout the country right now that's just so enamored with Patrick Holmes.
I think that you know anything that he does right now is going to ah be likened to turning water into wine, and I think that it's, ah, a little bit of that right now.
I think you're gonna see those lines start to settle a little bit, be a break even or ABS.
Even San Francisco, you know, edged them out a little bit.
As time goes on, when we talk about injuries and what not Chris Jones obviously looks like he was okay.
He didn't look too hampered yesterday.
I think a lot of what we heard earlier on in this week was posturing and what's he do that it's It's part of the game planning and strategy.
I don't necessarily know if I'm not saying he's 100%.
I don't think he sees anywhere near that.
But he's effective enough to be able to utilize that.
Judging by what we saw in San Francisco yesterday, they better hope he's almost lost that 100% for this game because the running game that San Francisco employees, Yes, Tennessee has the most prolific running back in the league and Derrick Henry, but it's one dimensional folks.
This is not a one dimensional running game.
If Tevin Coleman can come back and that's a big if right now, he didn't come back in the game yesterday, you know, in that type of environment, he wanted to be out there.
If you take a look and youth, you tried out there Tevin Coleman, Mostert.
And then also don't forget Matt Braid.
I know he's had some shoes hanging on to the football and has found his way into the Kyle Shannon and doghouse.
But he's still a very effective runner when you need him to step up and I think he can do that.
If he can protect the football and maybe running situational, you know packages.
That's a three headed, running back monster that really gives you another dimension.
So Kansas City's gonna need that.
They're gonna need that ability to stuff the run, because if there is one Achilles heel that they have, it's being able to stop a running game like San Francisco.
That's why I'm really kind of surprised that there's that early edge.
We'll see what happens when a mus**** 29 carries 220 yards and four touchdowns yesterday that I mean again, who? A.
The postgame show Terry Bradshaw was even like I was calling you Moz start.
And I was actually kind of right in pre game, you know, and and it's funny because it's like again, this kind of speaks their depth, and it's like you never know who's going to step up.
You figure it's Tevin Coleman and and you know, we've talked about it on this program.
We've talked about it on FCC NFL Live on Sundays, The pregame show specifically Ah, the emergence of Depot Samuel late in the season.
And, um, he added to Russia's for 43 yards.
And these air these jets sweep type plays where you know? Ah, the these receivers and they're coming into, You know, I feel like they've exploded in popularity, you know, the last several seasons or so and, ah, 40 Niners use allies utilizing better better than most teams.
And you don't we see him being dangerous on the ground to, ah, to carries 43 yards to receptions, 46 yards and, uh, you know, those They had such an impact on the game.
I actually felt like he caught more passes, but I was, so I was kind of surprised that he only caught two.
But, you know, again, Jimmy Garoppolo through six passes, also off.
I mean, he completed six passes, all Ah, all game and out of his eight throws.
So, hee, I mean, it's it's absurd to think, but again, when you get 220 yards and four touchdowns from you know what, What would be your 2nd 3rd string running back? Yeah, I think you're doing pretty good.
You don't have to throw that much, so yeah, that's true.
Kids City is gonna have that have their hands full with that team.
And, you know, we're at We're not even talking about the defensive.
In fact, that a team the way in San Francisco plays defense and the ability that they can show with the front seven of being able to stack the box, prevent those types of run scrambles that you saw the homes to yesterday.
I think Tennessee's front seven, which has been there, biggest asset on that defense.
I had them slotted in is one of my impact players.
I picked the entire unit last week to say that they were gonna be an impactful unit, and really, I think they, uh, they were a team that didn't I think they gave pretty good protection, but not great protection.
And I think they showed maybe, ah, the lack of experience in that operation to be able to step up.
San Francisco's Front seven is a different animal.
They can stop the run.
They have the ability to be able to put pressure on an offensive line and win those battles.
Because of that, the linebackers can then get into coverage.
They can help to rush on.
It sets up a secondary to be able to blanket a lot of the receiving talent that Kansas city as especially when it comes to a safety maybe being able to blanket a guy like Travis County.
And when it is effectiveness because you know he's going into robes just about every single play, he's not going to sit there and he's not gonna block.
And that's one of the reasons why I take my shots.
It kill seat that he, too.
It's not so much because I don't like his game.
The guy's one of the best receiving tight ends I've ever seen.
I mean, I really I mean, you have to give him the credit where credit is due. The guy makes plays.
But when it comes to the little things you saw George Kittle at the tail end of that game last night, throw himself in the way and make key blocks at one of the key blocks that he made in order for Samuel to complete.
A couple of those jet sweeps were blocks that were thrown by Kittle early on.
That's the difference, and I think that when you see when you limit Kansas City's ability to be able to do things like that, all of a sudden it puts a lot of pressure on Patrick Holmes.
He's gonna have to come up big.
I think he has it within him to do it.
The question is, is does his supporting cast have it within him who have it within them to be able to give him the support that he needs? Because one man can't do it alone? We've seen it.
We saw that try to happen with the Baltimore Ravens a couple of weeks ago, where Lamar Jackson was carrying the entire weight of the world on his shoulders and it crashed down upon him because one, because of a lack of experience and two because of a lack of ability to, you know, have anything happened because his team mates weren't making anything happen for onions.
He was essentially a man alone on that offense tonight.
So this is gonna be an interesting match up to me.
I think the more intriguing is gonna be the San Francisco defense and what they can do to cause problems for that Kansas City offense.
So far, no one's been able to do it in the postseason, but they're gonna run into a definite brick wall when it comes to the San Francisco defense, folks.
Yeah, and we're gonna we're gonna spend We have after day.
We got 99 more episodes, nine more, ah, days to be able to talk about the this game.
So we're certainly going to jump into it quite a bit.
We're gonna break down as to exhaustion every bit of this, every angle of this game.
And then, of course, we will end it all with our picks.
Bold predictions, as we do every week and will be for the final time this season in the NFL season.
So Ah, In the meantime, we will also have ah, a number of guests on throughout the next two weeks to help us break down this game.
People that know the game a lot better than we do, especially these two teams.
So ah, we will be doing that as well.
And just in case you were watching during our ah ah streaming issues earlier, we are have been good, good and going for the last half hour.
So I do want to revisit something I had brought up at the start of the show.
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So until then, folks enjoy the day.
We got one more football game left in two weeks.
That's why close the season is finally coming to a close.
Super Bowl 54 Kansas City Chiefs San Francisco 40 Niners.
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