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Reacting to the Chiefs comeback win over the 49ers in Super Bowl 54

For a third time this postseason, the Kansas City Chiefs trailed big in the postseason. It took three clutch drives by QB Patrick Mahomes and three stout defensive series by the Chiefs defense to seal it. They proved that they could win on the biggest stage even if they were down by ten entering the fourth quarter. Congratulations to the Chiefs and everyone involved in the organization.

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cbhsports 2020 Super Bowl 54 Preview

Super Bowl
San Francisco 49ers vs. Kansas City Chiefs
Hard Rock Stadium (Miami,FL)
Sunday February 2, 5:30 PM CT
FOX

Though the Chiefs are favored in this game, the 49ers have been the best team in football this season. Let’s take a look at how each position battle fares. The Chiefs have the 49ers quarterback wise as Patrick Mahomes is a top five NFL QB and Jimmy Garappolo is not even a top ten QB. At running back the 49ers have em. At tight end, it is an even match up as the game’s two best tight ends will square off in Kansas City’s Travis Kelce and San Francisco’s George Kittle. The offensive line battle is even. Wide Receivers are owned by Kansas City. On defense just overall the 49ers are so much better than the Chiefs are. This is a fifty-fifty game so I’m going to go with the 49ers. Prediction:49ers 34, Chiefs 33

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cbhsports 2020 NFL AFC and NFC Championships Preview:Predicting who will be headed to Miami

AFC Championship
Tennessee Titans at. Kansas City Chiefs
Arrowhead Stadium (Kansas City,MO)
Sunday January 19, 2:05 PM CT
CBS

Before I say anything about this game, Tennessee has had to play two almost perfect games for them to get here. First, they had to beat what many people call the “GOAT” in Tom Brady and his New England Patriots. Then, they beat the presumable MVP this season and the Baltimore Ravens, who were playing the best football in the NFL this season many think. But the way that the Chiefs mounted a comeback, coming back from 24 down, was magical. Plus, I don’t see the Titans coming into Arrowhead and beating this Chiefs team. So, I’ve got the Chiefs but watch out for the Titans. Prediction:Chiefs 38, Titans 28

NFC Championship
Green Bay Packers at. San Francisco 49ers
Levi Stadium (San Francisco,CA)
Sunday January 19, 5:40 PM CT
FOX

The last time these two teams squared off, the 49ers walked into Lambeau Field and destroyed this Packers team. But with a trip to Miami (the Super Bowl) on the line, things may be a little different. So, I give the home team in this one an advantage too. And not just for that reason. Using their running game and defense to get to this game might have been easy but now young QB Jimmy Garapollo will have to step up and make big time throws against the Green Bay defense. On the other side of things, Packers Head Coach Matt LaFleur led the Packers to the NFC Championship in his first year there. But, like in their first matchup this season, the 49ers will fluster QB Aaron Rodgers and will come away a win away from winning the Super Bowl. Prediction:49ers 24, Packers 20

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NFL

Mike McCarthy to be next Cowboys Head Coach

Former Green Bay Packers Head Coach Mike McCarthy will be the next Dallas Cowboys head coach. McCarthy’s contract will be five years. McCarthy won a Super a bowl with Green Bay in 2011. New Orleans Saints linebackers coach Mike Nolan will be the Cowboys’s defensive coordinator.

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College Football NFL

Tua enters 2020 NFL Draft

At a news conference in Tuscaloosa, Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa announced will enter the 2020 NFL Draft. Tagovailoa is projected to go in the first round.

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NFL

Cowboys to move on from Jason Garrett

The Dallas Cowboys will move on from head coach Jason Garrett sources say. Jason Garrett’s Cowboys finished 8-8 for the fourth time in nine seasons and did not make the playoffs with one of the most talented rosters in the NFL. Garrett’s contract will end on January 14. Once it is official, Dallas will begin their first coaching search since 2007.

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NFL

Taking a look at the NFL Playoff Picture entering the final week of the regular season

AFC

First Round Byes
1.Baltimore Ravens (13-2)
2.New England Patriots (12-3)
Wild Card Teams
3.Kansas City Chiefs (11-4)
4.Houston Texans (10-5)
5.Buffalo Bills (10-5)
6.Tennessee Titans (8-7)

NFC
First Round Byes
1.San Francisco 49ers (12-3)
2.Green Bay Packers (12-3)
Wild Card Teams
3.New Orleans Saints (12-3)
4.Philadelphia Eagles (8-7)
5.Seattle Seahawks (11-4)
6.Minnesota Vikings (10-5)

Also, I wanted to say a belated Merry Christmas to everyone.

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Three candidates to replace Jason Garrett if/when he is fired

Despite Dallas Cowboys General Manager/Owner Jerry Jones being loyal to Head Coach Jason Garrett, another first round playoff exit with one of the most talented rosters in football means that Jones will have to fire Garrett at some point. So, here are candidates to be the next head coach of the Dallas Cowboys in no order.

1.Lincoln Riley,Head Coach,Oklahoma
Since taking over for Bob Stoops, Riley has become one of if not the best offensive coach in college football. Riley coached two heisman winners in current NFL QBs Baker Mayfield and Kyler Murray. So, Cowboys fans (like me) would not mind hiring Riley as the new head coach.

2.Kellen Moore,Offensive Coordinator,Dallas Cowboys
Despite team struggles for Dallas, Moore has led Dallas QB Dak Prescott to a career year in his first year as offensive coordinator. But, not many think Moore is ready to coach the most valuable team in sports.

3.Urban Meyer,Former Head Coach,Ohio State (FOX CFB Analyst)
Urban Meyer may not return out of retirement but Dallas fans can dream of having one of the best college football coaches ever as the head man. While it would be great, I don’t see Meyer coming to the Big D.

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NFL

NFL Playoff Picture in the beginning of December

AFC

First Round Byes
1.Baltimore Ravens (10-2)
2.New England Patriots (10-2)
Wild Card Games
6.Pittsburgh Steelers (7-5) at. 3.Houston Texans (8-4)
5.Buffalo Bills (9-3) at. 4.Kansas City Chiefs (8-4)

NFC
1.San Francisco 49ers (10-2)
2.New Orleans Saints (10-2)
Wild Card Games
6.Minnesota Vikings (8-3) at. 3.Green Bay Packers (9-3)
5.Seattle Seahawks (9-2) at. 4.Dallas Cowboys (6-6)

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NFL

Zeke, Cowboys agree to six-year extension

All-Pro Running Back Ezekiel Elliott’s holdout has ended. Elliott agreed to a six-year contract worth $90 million and $50 million guaranteed. All of this makes Zeke the highest paid running back in the NFL.