Breaking news: Super Bowl LIV is over and done with and the off-season has officially begun! The Kansas City Chiefs took home the Lombardi Trophy, ending a fifty-year drought for their franchise while ending Andy Reid’s two decade long trek for the ultimate hardware.
“Shanahan now becomes a coach directly associated with two of the biggest win probabilities blown in a Super Bowl, the first being the infamous 28-3 comeback win over the Falcons by the Patriots where the Falcons had a 99.7% chance to win, and the second being this one where the 49ers owned a 96.1% win probability.
But as we’ve learned throughout these playoffs, those numbers mean nothing when you have Patrick Mahomes at quarterback as he’s made runs of 51-7 against Houston, 28-7 against the Titans, and he caps it off with another incredible comeback, going on a 21-0 run to give the Chiefs the nod with a final of 31-20.” - Michael Kist
Other topics of the show include:
- Joey Bosa, very good at doing football.
- How responsible is Kyle Shanahan for another blown Super Bowl lead?
- Jimmy Garoppolo’s uninspiring day at the office a cause for concern?
- Andrew Berry’s departure to take the Cleveland Browns general manager position.
- Finding an offensive coordinator... we thought there was a plan?! There’s a plan, right?!
- A look at what’s ahead with the off-season schedule.
You can listen to all of that on The Kist & Solak Show #171 by utilizing the media player below or clicking here. New to podcasts?! Check out our guide on how to listen and subscribe to BGN! FLY EAGLES FLY!