Regarding coaching, the odds for Super Bowl 58 might not be in his favor, but history is on Andy Reid’s side. When coaches go head to head more than once in Super Bowl, as Reid and Kyle Shanahan are about to do, the coach winning the first game is 3-0 to win the second. Reid also has coached in 11 conference title games and has the experience over his counterpart.
Holy Toledo, Andy Reid mic’d up never gets old 😄
Will he be celebrating again on Sunday with a cheeseburger? pic.twitter.com/3cGTFYySNd
— NFL Films (@NFLFilms) February 7, 2024
I know I said I have the numbers to back up my arguments, but I have to cede to the fact that Brock Purdy had a phenomenal season on the stat sheet. He finished fifth in the NFL in passing yards, while Patrick Mahomes was sixth. Purdy also passed for four more touchdowns during the regular season and threw three fewer interceptions.
Yeah, maybe Purdy had better stats during the regular season. But you and I both know that doesn’t make him a better quarterback than Mahomes. If you were picking teams during gym class, you’d take Mahomes over Purdy ten times out of ten. Stats don’t lie but don’t always tell the whole story.
Super Bowl 58 Moneyline Prediction
I’ve already made my case for the Chiefs to win the Super Bowl in several articles over the last week and a half. I’ve even suggested you move the NFL spread to -2.5 in favor of Kansas City using alternate lines at BetUS Sportsbook. So naturally, I’m siding with the Chiefs on the moneyline to pull off a Super Bowl upset and deny the 49ers revenge for their loss in 2020.
Questions of the Day
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