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Super Bowl LIV Preview: Kansas City Chiefs v. San Francisco 49ers

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A lifetime ago, back in August, we were laying on our carpets, grating the dog hair into puffy little mountains and imagining what the 2019 NFL Season would look like. What happened was more interesting than the little stories we told ourselves. Josh Allen would become the most entertaining quarterback since Lamar Jackson, who was the top predator in a beautiful offensive ecosystem. Jameis Winston would join the 30-30 club, throwing 33 touchdowns and 30 interceptions. The Rams would miss the NFL Playoffs and watch in horror as the 49ers went from worst to first in the NFC. Derrick Henry won the rushing title and turned cowboy karaoke into a Toby Keith song. After decades of success, the Patriots’ offense finally fell apart, like all things eventually do. And the Houston Texans were kicked out of the Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs. Well, maybe that last thing was expected.

Now it all comes to an end. The Super Bowl is about to begin. Matt Weston and his good friend Taylor preview the LIV-LAUGH-LOVE Super Bowl and discuss the Chiefs’ playoff run, how the 49ers could limit Kansas City’s passing attack, Tyreek Hill’s subtle impacts on the game, how Jimmy G (!) can’t just stand there—he has to do something, whether Kansas City’s run defense is actually good, and, of course, BIG game predictions.

It’s Super Bowl LIV. It’s Chiefs versus 49ers.

Let’s start the show.

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