NFL MVP Patrick Mahomes lead the KC Chiefs to a 38-35 win over the Philadelphia Eagles in a dramatic Super Bowl LVII.
But the brothers said they still root for each other. They spoke about their feelings ahead of the game when they met with reporters Monday and Tuesday. They will be the first pair of siblings in NFL history to compete in a Super Bowl, set for Sunday in Glendale, Ariz. On Sunday, we are predicting KC as the victor.
Meanwhile, POTUS’ White House says Fox canceled Biden’s Super Bowl interview. Fox says he’s still invited https://www.cnn.com/2023/02/10/media/biden-fox-news-super-bowl/index.html
Sunday's game should be a fantastic sporting event. A pair of 16-3 records are never to be sneezed at. Nor is a pair of No. 1 seeds meeting in the Super Bowl for the first time since the 2017 season, when No. 1 Philadelphia beat No. 1 New England in Minnesota. The last time the Super Bowl was held in Arizona, at Super Bowl XLIX, it was the Patriots and Seahawks, where two No. 1s also squared off in one of the most hard-fought Super Bowls.
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This Super Bowl Has the Makings of an All-Time Classic The matchup on Sunday looks damn near perfect.
Rihanna will perform during the Super Bowl 57 halftime show and joins the Super Bowl LVII + Apple Music Super bowl LVII Halftime Show. KC Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles family members will share remarks post the big game
For this Super Bowl, Black history haters are just going to have to deal with it
OPINION: The historic matchup between Black QBs Patrick Mahomes and Jalen Hurts is long overdue and a moment worth celebrating. But it also comes at a time when Black history is perpetually under assault. https://thegrio.com/2023/02/10/for-this-super-bowl-black-history-haters-are-just-going-to-have-to-deal-with-it/