My official prediction is Chiefs win but back in October I placed a bet on the 49ers winning the Super Bowl so no matter who wins, I win.
Rooting for the Chiefs. Not a Chiefs fan, just a Mahomes fan. Been my guy since he was playing at Texas Tech and I will never pass up an opportunity to remind everyone that I always knew he would be this good.
I guess I want the Chiefs to win because it’s been longer for them, but I think the Niners will win because of their defense.
I’ll be happy either way because I don’t dislike either team; although I guess San Francisco has a local connection with Nick Bosa. I’m just hoping that it’s close because I hate blowouts unless it’s my team winning.
I like both, so I don't mind how it goes, but to me Chiefs have got to be massive underdogs, and I don't really like their chances at all. When in these kinds of games does the unstoppable force ever knock off the immovable object? 'Never' is the answer.
The 2007 Patriots got knocked off by a wildcard team, that 2011 Packers team got more of the same, that all timer 2013 Broncos offense against the all timer 2013 Seahawks defense? Ugly.
Before the season I picked the Chiefs to win it all and while I'm not a fan or a "hater" of one of the teams I'd slightly prefer them to win today.
But right now I pick the 49ers, cause I think the Chiefs Defense won't stop the 49ers runs. The 49ers should have an edge in both lines and that usually is key in big games. As well as having the better defense.
Also before the 2017 season I picked the Pats to win it all and before the 2018 season I picked the Rams. So as if usual everything comes in threes the Chiefs are damned to be the runner-up.
I lean Niners for the win because that Chiefs slow start thing will this time be a killer ..........but am rooting for the Chiefs......come on Andy, I can't take another heartbreaking loss for you
Yeah, would be great for Reid to finally get his title. Also 49ers have enough titles and while it would be nice to get some teams in place to overtake the Patriots I'd be happier for a team that hasn't won the title in a long time.