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On Feb. 11, millions of Americans will tune in to a rematch of the 2020 Super Bowl with the Kansas City Chiefs versus the San Francisco 49ers. During Sunday’s game, the Chiefs fight for back-to-back titles while the 49ers compete for their sixth title (which would tie them with the Patriots and Steelers for the most).
It’s an unlikely matchup of quarterbacks with the top player in the NFL, Patrick Mahomes, against the last pick in the 2022 draft, Brock Purdy. And while coach Andy Reid could secure his third ring with the Chiefs, Kyle Shanahan aspires to follow in his father’s (Mike Shanahan) footsteps to win his first.
From Usher headlining the halftime show to fans wondering if Taylor Swift will make the big game after her Tokyo concert, there is a lot of buzz around this year’s Super Bowl.
Patrick Mahomes and Brock Purdy will face off in Super Bowl LVIII. (Getty Images)
While history will be made for the Chiefs or 49ers, we can teach the next generation lessons from both teams, their quarterbacks and their coaches.
First, finish strong. Neither team had a rosy