What a Great Matchup for Super Bowl LIV -It All Comes Down to Mahomes and Reid Vs Balanced 49er Offense - Who can Put Up More Points???

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Churn And Burn

Chiefs, 49ers Inexorable In Conference Title Games  

Championship Sunday 2020 was a far cry from a year ago when both games went into extra innings. This time around the home teams throat-locked their opponents on their way to what looks to be a great Super Bowl match-up between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers two weeks hence in Miami. The Chiefs had to work their way through an early rally by the visiting Tennessee Titans and their bull-dozing running back Derrick Henry to capture the AFC title 35-24 at Arrowhead Stadium. The 49ers strapped on their Levi’s at the Stadium named after the rugged jeans to go to work and dismantle Aaron Rodgers and his Green Bay Packers, 37-20 in the nightcap.

Patrick Mahomes has been and continues to be an emerging elite quarterback in the NFL. His performances in back-to-back AFC championship games have been everything worthy of the media gush he receives with regularity. Last year he mounted a great comeback to propel the game into overtime, but never the saw the field in OT in a loss to New England. This year he chose not to allow that fate to befall him and his team. The KC QB completed 67% of his passes for three TDs and a  whirling dervish 27-yard touchdown just before halftime where he spun through the feeble tackle attempts of the Titans secondary to essentially bang the nail in the coffin of Tennessee’s Super Bowl hopes.

KC took over the game midway through the second quarter and never looked back.

Further out West, Raheem Mostert and the 49ers ran roughshod over any notions Green Bay had about a visit to South Florida. Mostert churned out 220 yards on the ground (Henry who?) and 4 TDs in what was an utter dismantlement of the visiting Packers. The game was over by halftime (27-0, SF) and only a desperate attempt at a comeback in the 4th quarter against a prevent defense allowed the final score to be somewhat respectable.

Now we await Super Bowl LIV (54) on the 100th season of the NFL. A great match up between one of the original AFL powers (KC) who last played in a Super Bowl in 1969 and the very storied franchise that is the red & gold of the 49ers. There will be $2,800 in play in pool action come that day. Yesterday $800 was doled out the biggest winner on the day being “Not Civil” who hit for $300 in the NFC game. “FP Doyle” held his own in the early game with a double pop for $200. There will be $650 in play in overtime action come SB Sunday.

On to the winner’s Board

Conference Week Results

AFC

Q

TEN

KC

WINNER

1

10

7

ZLAX

2

17

21

FP Doyle

3

17

21

FP Doyle

4

24

35

Lyle Alzado

OT

N/A

N/A

No OT, NFCCG Kitty = $60

 

NFC

Q

GB

SF

WINNER

1

0

7

Not Civil

2

0

27

Not Civil

3

7

34

S Thomas

4

20

37

Not civil

OT

N/A

N/A

No OT, SB LIVKitty = $650

 

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$200 Super Bowl Numbers were drawn by "Pay Gerk"

$500 Super Bowl Numbers were drawn by "I HATE Dean Spanos, Blind Clones, Pretty Boy Steve, Bobby D, Lyle Alzado, Not Civil, Kraft's Rub and Tug and G-Money"

Both sets of numbers drawn using the old-fashioned cahhhhhhds method.

 

 

 

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