Fan Controlled Football: How to watch the FCF League on Twitch



Fan Controlled Football is now streaming on Twitch. Twitch is a live-streaming platform for online gamers and other lifestyle casters supporting building communities around a shared interest in streaming.Gamers share their game screens with millions of viewers and interact with them while playing. Twitch is free, but when it comes to subscribing to a channel, that is where the cost comes into play.The online streaming platform is now the home of the Fan Controlled Football League. It is a professional football league that the fans control. The Fan Controlled Football League plays out based on how fans vote.With Twitch being the most prominent gaming streaming platform right now, FCF streaming its games on there is good news.Twitch is the home of the MCS (Madden Championship Series), which is watched and played by many NFL fans. With FCF streaming online, it eliminates the need for a cable service provider.Every football fan wants to know how to watch a professional game for free through live streaming. The FCF gives every professional football fan what they want for six weeks. Here’s how all football fans can tune into the live stream on Twitch.How can a Fan Controlled Football League fan watch the game on Twitch? Former Heisman Trophy winning QB Johnny Manziel

If a football supporter wants to tune in and watch the Fan Controlled Football League, they will just need to create a Twitch account. FCF has its own Twitch channel where all the games are streamed live. Fans can get involved either on the Fan Controlled Football Twitch channel or the FCF app.One of the main attractions of the Fan Controlled Football League is former Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel. Manziel is the starting quarterback for the FCF Zappers team. The main point of the FCF League is to get the fans more involved in the game itself.FCF fans have the ability to vote on the outcomes of the game. Whether it be the coin toss, two-point conversion, or penalties, fans control the league. With the first week down and successful, it looks like the Fan Controlled Football League may be around for a while.All Fan Controlled Football League games can be watched on any computer, laptop, mobile device, gaming console, or tablet. All fans have to do is download the Twitch app and create an account. Then, follow the league’s page and tune in when the games start. Enjoy!
Published 16 Feb 2021, 06:03 IST

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Jim Caldwell talking to us about Matt Stafford is the perfect time for us to talk about Jim Caldwell


Lions QB Matthew Stafford shakes hands with head coach Jim Caldwell at Ford Field in 2016.Image: APWhat can the Rams expect with Matt Stafford? If you ask his former Lions coach and QB guru Jim Caldwell — the sky’s the limit. And his own past history suggests he is right. When asked by Deadspin to share his thoughts on Stafford, Caldwell praised Stafford’s “mental and physical toughness,” “intellectual prowess,” and described Stafford’s character and leadership as much as his abilities. “Matthew is accountable in every way and displays extreme ownership, accepting responsibility for his mistakes and deflects credit to his teammates and coaches in victory. He has an extremely strong arm, underestimated mobility and he can deliver the ball accurately with velocity or touch from various platforms and angles,” said Caldwell.No one would know better of what Stafford is capable of than Caldwell, as Stafford thrived with him, as part of a coaching resume of QB success on three different teams.If you want to predict Stafford’s future with Rams head coach Sean McVay, the best evidence is in the past with Caldwell.G/O Media may get a commissionThe first thing Caldwell helped Stafford do is was the same thing helped a young Peyton Manning, do, serving as his QB coach – cut down on the interceptions. In between, as Ravens Offensive Coordinator Caldwell called all the plays on Joe Flacco’s 2002 magical Super Bowl run (11 TD/0 INT).Matt Stafford Record under Head Coaches29-51 Jim Schwartz (2009-2013)36-28 Jim Caldwell (2014-2017)14-25-1 Matt Patricia/Bevell (2018-2020)That’s significant, and not a little bit.Coaching MattersAfter the Lions went 11-21 from 2012-2013, Stafford’s stretches of greatness were also coupled with critiques of his fundamentals, footwork, arm motion, over-reliance on Lions Hall-of-Famer Calvin Johnson, and penchant to force throws into coverage for interceptions. Back then, some were asking “what to do when your star hits a wall?” Others have argued if he were Black, he might be treated more like Jameis Winston or Vince Young.Under Caldwell, Stafford’s passer rating jumped from 83.1 in his first five seasons under Jim Schwartz to 93.7, and notably improved to 99.1 in Caldwell’s final 2.5 seasons after an adjustment period, and a new offensive coordinator Caldwell had previously mentored (Jim Bob Cooter). These were meaningful ratings punctuated by 20 game-winning drives, a stat Stafford led the NFL in three of those four seasons. Under Caldwell, Stafford was 22-15 in close one-score games, but 20-33-1 without Caldwell. “He’s a smart offensive coach,” Stafford told the Detroit Free Press in 2017. “He puts our team in the right situations to succeed, and that, in turn, helps me out.”Lions QB Matthew Stafford warms up as coach Jim Caldwell watches in Chicago in 2014.Image: APCaldwell employed more quick throws, no huddles, and instead of forcing throws to Calvin Johnson amidst double/triple coverage, he used Stafford in more of a spread offense with multiple wide receivers where he was most comfortable. Golden Tate would immediately blossom into a Pro Bowler in 2014, and post his only three 1,000-yard seasons. Despite Johnson’s surprise retirement after the 2015 season, Stafford’s growth continued as Marvin Jones would join Tate as a 1,000-yard partner in 2017.Pro Football Focus predicted the Lions would win four games in 2016 and six games in 2017. By any objective measure based on roster talent, the Caldwell/Stafford 9-win teams in both 2016 and 2017 were minor miracles, masking monster holes which included an invisible pass rush, back-up running backs as starters (Ameer Abdullah/Theo Riddick/Zach Zenner), and a lack of Pro Bowl playmakers, a staple of playoff teams.Well, those holes have just been repaired. How will Stafford adapt to a new team?“Matthew is extremely bright and he can adapt to any system or style of offense,” says Caldwell. “He has demonstrated [that] while in Detroit under multiple offensive coordinators and head coaches.“He will be able to do whatever Coach McVay requires. But Matthew is very self-aware and not shy about expressing the various concepts that fit his eye or accentuates his skill set. They will love him in L.A.”This is not undue biased praise. A closer look at the Caldwell/Stafford Lions years supports his assessment.The Rams need not tweak too much. Stafford can be a great successful QB under McVay because he already was under Caldwell with far less surrounding talent — except in glimpses.Defense MattersStafford is leaving the Lions’ last-place defense to join last year’s No. 1 defense anchored by superstars Aaron Donald and Jalen Ramsey. The only year Stafford played with a top defense was Caldwell’s first year in 2014 when the Lions went 11-5 with a No. 3 ranked defense up from No. 15 the previous year.That Lions defense was anchored by the closest thing to Donald in 2014 – Ndamukong Suh. But the Lions failed to re-sign Suh the following year, and haven’t had a pass rush since. Stafford has been having to gun sling the Lions to victory since. No more.“Caldwell was the answer,” tweeted Ndamukong Suh in October, “and didn’t get the ample opportunity to fully put his fingerprints on the team”.No, he didn’t. But McVay will.The Rams adding a 2017-level Stafford to his 2014 Lions defense can be a Super Bowl recipe.Rushing Yards MatterThe Rams will have the type of support for Stafford he has never had in his Lions career — a rushing attack. The Rams rush-by-committee very quietly gained over 2,000 yards last year, a mark the Lions haven’t even sniffed since Barry Sanders.Running back was the Lions’ greatest need in the 2017 draft, but GM Bob Quinn chose Florida linebacker Jarrad Davis and Florida corner Teez Tabor in the first two rounds over Dalvin Cook and Alvin Kamara — the next two running backs taken after those picks. Davis was no longer a regular starter in 2020, and Tabor is out of the NFL.Instead of drafting better, Bob Quinn fired Caldwell despite mass support from his players. GM Support MattersQuinn now famously said “9 wins are not enough” before hiring his buddy Matt Patricia. Under Patricia the Lions also only managed nine wins – except it took him two years. The answer should be obvious. When a coach with 6-win talent wins nine games, you give them more talent to reach the Super Bowl — a place Caldwell visited as Head Coach, Asst. Head Coach, and Offensive Coordinator on three prior occasions.Detroit Lions head coach Jim Caldwell greets quarterback Matthew Stafford before an game against the Giants in 2017.Image: APIf Quinn’s hiring of Patricia was classic NFL nepotism, Caldwell being snubbed by the rest of the NFL for four hiring cycles is classic NFL racism. Caldwell’s success with Peyton Manning, Flacco, and Stafford trebles the kind of success that stamps white QB guru coaches with indelible “genius” labels by the media, and lifetime employment in the league.In contrast, the Rams’ front office is willing to go all-in and trade for playmakers, as they did in acquiring Jalen Ramsey, and trading two first-round picks to the Lions for Stafford, a likely win-win for both teams.Leadership MattersYesterday, a Detroit Free Press article was titled: “Matthew Stafford Never Showed His Desire for Greatness”.Jim Caldwell disagrees.“Matthew is a great leader with an insatiable desire to win,” says Caldwell (preceding the article). “Insatiable” is a strong word. Caldwell added: “The Rams are getting a great father, husband and extraordinarily unselfish teammate who serves the community in which he lives and works.”That leadership was on display in 2020, as Stafford became the highest-profile white player to take a knee in solidarity with his Black teammates during multiple games. Stafford wrote an article in The Players’ Tribune called: “We Can’t Just Stick to Football”.“Police brutality, white privilege, racism — it’s all real.” wrote Stafford. “It’s time we stop pretending, or defending, or just closing our eyes to what’s right in front of us. And it’s not like this is just our history. This is right now.“These are not political problems. These are human problems. It should not be seen as a political statement to discuss this stuff honestly.” Either way, Stafford is displaying what leadership looks like, and despite “media-distraction” lies about Colin Kaepernick supposedly dividing the locker room, his own 49ers teammates voted him a leadership award as the best teammate in 2016. Has the media considered Jared Goff standing while surrounded by his Black Rams teammates kneeling to be more divisive to his team?Upon arrival, Caldwell said Stafford had the skills to be great, and by 2016 Stafford was already being discussed as an MVP candidate. Back then Caldwell said Peyton Manning “will be certainly donning a Hall of Fame jacket, and another one who’s well on his way.” The other one was Stafford. Should the Rams head back to the Super Bowl, Sean McVay will not have to adjust much except to let Stafford be the quarterback he already was. And he might want to start by giving Jim Caldwell a call.Who knows, if they become friends, an NFL team might even hire him.  .

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New Jags coach Urban Meyer, a domestic abuser protector, hires guy fired for persistent racist behavior at Iowa


Urban Meyer has hired former Iowa strength coach Chris Doyle to his staff.Image: APWhile problematic, Urban Meyer is always consistent.In his first head coaching job since he “retired” from Ohio State after covering up and lying about the fact that he knew one of his most-trusted assistants was beating his wife, Urban Meyer has unveiled his coaching staff with the Jacksonville Jaguars, and it includes a dude that has a history of saying really mean things to Black people.Former Iowa strength coach Chris Doyle will serve as the Jaguars director of sports performance.Why was Doyle on the market for a new job, you ask?Because he got run out of town at his last gig for allegations of what he said to Black players over multiple decades.In June, Doyle reached a separation agreement with the school he had worked at since 1999 as a strength and conditioning coach (for which he made $800,000 a year, walking away with nearly ¾ of that in the separation) after a large group of Black players spoke out how he mistreated them for years.“There have been statements made about my behavior that are not true,” Doyle wrote in a statement from the summer. “I do not claim to be perfect. I have made mistakes, learned lessons and like every American citizen, can do better. At no time have I ever crossed the line of unethical behavior or bias based upon race. I do not make racist comments and I don’t tolerate people who do.”G/O Media may get a commissionListen, I’m not calling Doyle a racist.But …When a white person that’s been accused of being racist says they aren’t racist, you can be sure the damning evidence is around the corner. It’s Racism 101, “deny, deny, deny.” One of the allegations against Doyle was that he told Black players he would “send them back to the ghetto” if they didn’t meet his standards.Here’s a look at some of the other things Black players from the program shared about what was going on behind closed doors:Emmanuel Rugamba: Iowa WR 2016-2017Cedric Boswell: Iowa DB 2016-2017Terrance Pryor: Iowa LB 2008-2011Akrum Wadley: Iowa RB 2014-2017Here’s to hoping that Chris Doyle tries this with grown men in the NFL. Because if he does, there will be an ass-whooping waiting for him. .

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Rings don’t make Tom Brady the NFL GOAT, just as they don’t make Bill Russell the NBA GOAT


Tom Brady is still four rings short of Bill Russell’s 11.Illustration: APTom Brady’s minions are at it again.With Brady securing his seventh Super Bowl ring on Sunday after the Tampa Bay Buccaneers dismantled the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV, they are out in full force trying to convince others that Brady is the Greatest Of All Time.Their reasoning is just simple math.Brady has the most Super Bowl rings so he is the best ever. Case closed.They could not be more wrong.If it were just a ring total, Bill Russell would be the best ever in the NBA.With the Celtics, Russell won 11 NBA championships in 13 seasons.By far, Russell won more than any player that ever played in the league.Yet, few consider him the G.O.A.T. Most consider Michael Jordan, who was a perfect 6-0 in NBA Finals and won all six MVPs in the process.And it’s fair because there has to be context and nitpicking when you want to crown someone the greatest.The same goes for Brady.Sure, Brady is a great player and, arguably, the most accomplished quarterback in the NFL. Most would concede that as fact.G/O Media may get a commissionBut the greatest?No way, no how.Some could argue Brady has turned into the NFL’s Robert Horry who won seven rings in his NBA career. And honestly, a case could be made that Horry was more clutch. His nickname was “Big Shot Bob.”Brady always seems to get all the credit, while others put in the work.Anybody who watched the Super Bowl knows the story of the game was the Bucs defense, not Brady who threw for just 201 yards and three TDs.The Bucs’ entire defense should have split the MVP trophy for holding Patrick Mahomes and the high-powered Chiefs offense to NO TDs in the 31-9 victory.We’ve seen this movie before. In two of Brady’s seven Super Bowl victories, the Messiah, as some see him, threw a grand total of one touchdown. Yep.The Bucs’ entire defense should have split the MVP trophy for holding Patrick Mahomes and the high-powered Chiefs offense to NO TDs in the 31-9 victory.In the Patriots’ 20-17 victory over the St. Louis Rams in Super Bowl XXXVI, Brady completed just 16 passes for 145 yards and a TD.Somehow, Brady was named MVP. The real winner should have been the Patriots’ defense, which stopped the Rams’ Greatest Show on Turf offense.In 2019, the Patriots beat the Los Angeles Rams, 13-3, in the lowest-scoring Super Bowl ever. Again, it was the defense which enabled Brady to win his sixth ring. In that game, Brady had NO touchdowns, an INT and a fumble. The MVP went to receiver Julian Edelman despite not catching a touchdown. Sure, New England won both games, but Brady hardly had anything to do with them.Joe Montana’s resume, on the other hand, is similar to Jordan’s. Both are just about flawless. That’s what makes many believe they are the GOATs in their sports.Montana was 4-0 in the Super Bowl with the San Francisco 49ers, throwing 11 TDs and NO PICKS. He won the SB MVP three times — first player to accomplish that. He won two championships with Jerry Rice and two without.Montana has the SB record for most passes (122) without an interception and the all-time highest passer rating at 127.8.That’s the stuff of a person you consider the greatest to ever do it.Not a player like Brady that often was along for the ride.And don’t forget, Brady has lost three Super Bowls. He was beaten twice by Eli Manning and the New York Giants, including in 2008.That’s when Brady’s 18-0 undefeated Pats squad managed just 14 points and lost.And don’t forget when Brady lost to Eagles backup QB Nicks Foles in the Super Bowl in 2018, Brady coughed up the ball on a fumble late that helped secure Philadelphia’s first Super Bowl victory.We get it. The NFL is a quarterback league. The last eight league MVPs have all been quarterbacks. The QB gets too much blame for losing and too much credit for winning.The latter, has really been the story of Brady’s career.Forget the defense, forget the kick game, forget the running game, it’s all about Brady.But in reality, Brady wouldn’t have so many rings without them. .

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Racism is why your favorite team hired a sorry white guy instead of a really good Black Super Bowl coach


Tampa. Bay OC Byron Leftwich (l.) celebrates Bucs’ Super Bowl win with Tom Brady.Image: Getty ImagesStupid is as stupid does.Racism has always caused white people to make really bad decisions, especially in sports. I mean, how else can you explain the cliff that baseball has fallen off given the way the sport has treated Black players at every level for decades. The determination to keep certain aspects of sports as white as possible has always come at a cost. And on Sunday night, the world watched as three of football’s best coaches — who happened to be Black — had to serve as assistants due to white owners not hiring them for one of the seven head coaching vacancies that have been filled over the past few weeks.In September, I wrote about how racism is why teams usually draft sorry white quarterbacks, as I broke down some recent drafts in which multiple teams have totally whiffed on selecting a franchise Black quarterback, all because they preferred a sorry white one.Hatred and bigotry really are terrible business models.A few weeks ago, I wrote about how the two teams left standing after an unforgettable season due to COVID-19, had staffs that were filled with women and Black coaches. It was the ultimate example of all the benefits that come along when diversity is encouraged and supported.After every Super Bowl, the winning quarterback and both head coaches get a ton of the attention, praise, and blame for what worked and didn’t work. That’s just how it is. But, in a game in which three of the four offensive and defensive coordinators were Black, we need to address how well those men did, and why they won’t be leading their own teams next season.Image: Getty ImagesG/O Media may get a commissionEric Bieniemy – OC, Kansas City ChiefsFor the last few weeks, all we’ve heard are rumors that Bieniemy (the poster child for how overqualified Black candidates get passed over), doesn’t “interview well,” which is why he hasn’t been hired. That lie was put to rest when the Lions hired a man that wants his team to bite their opponents’ kneecaps.The other excuse we heard was that since Bieniemy didn’t “call the plays” in Kansas City, Andy Reid was the reason why the Chiefs offense and Patrick Mahomes were so great. Well, since the Chiefs and Mahomes both sucked on Sunday night and were held to just three field goals, as Mahomes threw two interceptions and was barely over 50 percent, Bieniemy can’t be blamed for Reid’s play-calling failures. The lack of production is squarely on the shoulders of Reid and his quarterback. You can’t have it both ways.Image: Getty ImagesByron Leftwich – OC, Tampa Bay BuccaneersThis is what was said about Leftwich before the Super Bowl:“I was very, very pissed Byron at least didn’t get an interview this year. For the job that he’s done, I get way too much credit and so does Tom Brady.” – Bruce Arians. “Now that we’re working together, it’s been great. He’s got a great work ethic, great football IQ and it’s been a growing process for both of us in growing together. When you work together for a long period of time, we began to see the game very similarly. When he’s watching film, he thinks, ‘Oh, this is what Tom would like,’ and vice versa.” – Tom Brady.One of the most beloved head coaches in NFL history and the greatest football player of all time are all huge fans of Leftwich, and he couldn’t even get an interview. Sunday night, the Bucs offense scored 31 points and accumulated 26 first downs, 340 yards, averaged 5.4 yards a play, and didn’t turn the ball over once.You would think an offensive coach of that caliber would demand some level of respect. But after the game, Leftwich was busy correcting media members that think all Black people look alike.Image: APTodd Bowles: DC, Tampa Bay BuccaneersDrew Brees, Aaron Rodgers, or Patrick Mahomes. It doesn’t matter. If you put a future hall of fame quarterback in front of a Todd Bowles defense, he will make them look bad.According to NextGenStats, Mahomes ran 497 yards before throwing the ball or being sacked on Sunday night, making it the highest total for any quarterback this season. Bowles barely blitzed and took away the Chiefs’ most explosive weapon in Tyreek Hill, as he was held to seven catches for just 73 yards. The scheme was a masterpiece, as Bowles’ defense turned Mahomes into the one thing he is not, a game manager. Instead of the exciting big plays and ridiculous passes he throws multiple times a game, we’ve never seen Mahomes be a quarterback that can methodically take his team down the field for multiple drives. Bowles knew that and exposed the biggest hole in Mahomes’ game.Now, this is the part where someone will bring up the fact that Bowles had “his chance” when he was the head coach of the New York Jets from 2015-2018. And because of that, I will also remind you that in his first season in New York, Bowles won more games over two seasons (10) than did Adam Gase, the sorry white coach that replaced him (9).Sadly, the trio of Bieniemy, Leftwich, and Bowles will all be assistant coaches next season. Hopefully, they’ll get interview opportunities, but that remains to be seen. You have to prepare for the worse and hope for the best whenever it comes to race relations and the NFL. Because in case you forgot, during the Super Bowl the league ran a commercial about how they’ve committed $250 million to combating systemic racism, all while still being a proponent of systemic racism by the continued blackballing of Colin Kaepernick. .

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Deadspin Over/Under Bet of the Week: Dreamy Super Bowl takes center stage


Will we see a shoot-out in Tampa between Brady and Mahomes?Illustration: Eric Barrow (Getty Images)Super Bowl LVKansas City Chiefs vs. Tampa Bay BuccaneersOver/Under: 56 | Kickoff: 6:30 p.m ET | TV: CBSA lot of things in life don’t live up to the hype. But this? This virtual passing-of-the-torch spectacle between maybe the two men who will ultimately be remembered as the two best to ever do it?Well, you’d simply be a fool not to trust the present glamour and all the past glory in delivering a sure showdown for the ages.As such, that means to look toward the scoreboard hosting plenty of activity all evening long. I mean, how could you not?There’s Tom Brady. Just the name itself elicits almost goosebumps at this point. He’s 43 years old, yet here he is once again in his 10th Super Bowl, chasing a seventh ring. Brady remarkably already holds the record for both.Adding extra spiciness to this particular journey to Super Sunday is that it has come in his first year outside of New England. A trip going all the way with the Bucs also required snapping the NFC’s longest playoff dry spell (13 years).G/O Media may get a commissionNot only that, Brady is clearly still playing at a high level, as evident in the 102.2 passer rating he registered this season. Furthermore, his offense hung up 30.8 points per game, ranking Tampa third. To put the significance of this in perspective, a Brady-led offense had not averaged 30 points each week since the 2012 Patriots.Probably the most powerful component of Brady’s allure is his excellence in big games. There’s nothing quite like playing in a Super Bowl, thus making it crucial to consider one’s track record. Brady has played in more of them (nine) than anyone else in history, and his success throughout that lengthy sample size is astounding.In those nine championship affairs, Brady notched a 95.6 passer rating, but has been even sharper in the more recent ones. The man’s thrown for a whopping 350 yards on average over his last six Super Bowls, after all. But just as important as anything, it’s basically automatic that he’ll throw a lot, which is a tendency he’s displayed on this big stage.Specifically, Brady has averaged 43.6 pass attempts (45.6 if you take out his first one back in ‘01). And that’s even when he’s often been the winning quarterback. In other words, no matter how this game plays out — whether it be the Buccaneers down and having to play in catch-up mode, or simply trying to hold off and outscore the Chiefs — Tampa Bay will be taking to the air plenty. As it is, they are one of the NFL’s pass-happier teams.That’s critical to note in terms of game flow and cranking out a healthy amount of scoring — because we know that’s what KC will do, as we’ve grown accustomed to.Patrick Mahomes being right up there with Brady when his career is all said and done is no exaggeration. Yes, he’s only about to complete his third campaign as a starting QB1 but think about it: Mahomes really should be shooting for his third title here.Ironically, Mahomes met Brady at the conclusion of his first year as a starter in the NFC Championship Game. If not for an ill-advised Dee Ford defensive offsides penalty with a minute left in that game (which wiped out a game-sealing interception that it had nothing to do with), KC would’ve advanced — and we can say they’d have rolled over the Rams.Mahomes shined last year in his first Super Bowl conquest and will look to pull off the first championship repeat feat since — who else? — Brady and the Patriots almost two full decades ago.Comparisons to Michael Jordan began to grow rampant this week thanks to owner Clark Hunt, but as I first highlighted earlier during the season, the thoughts are no doubt legit. Like Mike, Mahomes’ own brand of “Airness” has been glaringly special right from the onset of his career. Hyperlink:What I love about Mahomes is that he never disappoints. There are no bigger spots to deliver than postseason ones and just look at what the former Red Raider has done in seven lifetime playoff dates: 65.5 percent passing, 17 touchdowns compared to only two interceptions, and, really, a mesmerizing 109.8 passer rating.Most importantly when it comes to over/unders is the points Mahomes has been able to dial up from this output. You couldn’t really ask for more, as the Chiefs are absurdly plating 34.1 points in postseason contests with Mahomes as the signal-caller — and this includes the 22-point outing in the Divisional Round when he was limited to only about a half.While it’s true that Kansas City’s banged-up offensive line could play a negative role for the superstar, I don’t think it will be that severe. Mahomes, remember, was the only quarterback in the league to finish with a positive EPA (Expected Points Added) while dealing with pressure, something that he also accomplished as the only QB to do so just a season ago.These clubs were cemented first and second, respectively, in the NFL in passing yards per game. Both throw a lot within the identity of their offenses, and why wouldn’t they continue to do so given the legends they have working behind center?Normally I wouldn’t advise buying two points, which creates unfriendly -150 odds, but being the last game of the year and having the chance to secure a main key number like 54 (think 34-20/30-24) on this type of matchup, I’m going for it.The Play: OVER 54 (-150)The Record: 10-9-1, -0.4 unitLast Game: Bills-Chiefs Over 54 (WIN)*Each bet graded as if it were to win 1 unitExtra PropsTom Brady Over/Under 39.5 Pass AttemptsJust like I went through above, Brady has showcased a habit for throwing and throwing frequently when playing in the Big Game. No matter the game outcome, the former Patriot should sail beyond that.The Pick: OVER 39.5 (-110)Buccaneers First Offensive Play: Pass or RunOK, I’ve gone on and on about Brady’s consistency in Super Bowls. Another wrinkle is that his offenses have almost always come out to start the game with a pass. That’s exactly what happened in his first eight Super Bowls before the Pats ran a running play in his most recent one. Given that this could be Brady’s last, I say he sets the tone on the first play, seeking a sizable chunk through the air. Bruce Arians provides him that freedom as well.The Pick: PASS (+105) .

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The Patriots won Tampa Bay a Super Bowl


Rob Gronkowski and Tom Brady teamed up for two touchdowns.Image: APSeven.It’s the number of how many deadly sins there are, the numeral on Colin Kaepernick’s jersey, days in a week, and how many whole days Toni Braxton once went without hearing from her lover.Seven is also how many Super Bowl rings Tom Brady has now, which is one more than the Patriots and Steelers have as entire franchises. Seven is also two fewer than the nine points the Chiefs scored on Sunday night, as Todd Bowles’ defense led Tampa Bay to a 31-9 victory.If you’re a Kansas City fan or hate the Patriots and Tom Brady, then Sunday night was a tough one for you. The guy that people love to hate and who used to play for that team that everyone despises, won another Super Bowl with the help of his old teammates from Foxboro, as 21 of the Bucs’ 31 points were scored by former Patriots.Brady finished 21-for-29 for 201 yards and 3 touchdowns, as he won his record fifth Super Bowl MVP.Rob Gronkowski, who came out of retirement to join Brady in Tampa, caught 6 balls for 67 yards and scored two touchdowns, as Brady and Gronk set the record for most postseason touchdowns between a quarterback and receiver at 14. G/O Media may get a commissionAntonio Brown, the alleged domestic abuser, hauled in 5 passes for 22 yards and a touchdown.But besides Sunday night being gut-wrenching for Bill Belichick, it was also a reminder of how fans love to anoint athletes like Mahomes too quickly as the next G.O.A.T. while the current G.O.A.T. is proving he still has a lot left in the tank. After ending last season by throwing a pick-six in his final game as a Patriot, Brady watched last year’s Super Bowl from the stands. He was pissed.While everyone was excited by what Patrick Mahomes did in last year’s Super Bowl, it was as if they forgot that it was also the first Super Bowl Brady wasn’t playing in, in four years. You have to remember, Brady has been here before. There was Russell Wilson, and Matt Ryan, and Jared Goff, and now Mahomes. Facing, and beating, the young and “up-and-coming” next great quarterback is what he does best. But people have selective amnesia. Over the next few days, you will rightfully hear a ton about Brady and the outstanding scheme that Todd Bowles put together in shutting down the Chiefs’ high-powered offense. But what most people will try to skip over is just how horrific Mahomes was on Sunday night. When you sign a contract worth half a billion dollars, you deserve to catch hell after going 26-for-49 for 270 yards with 2 interceptions and 3 sacks. Mahomes and the Chiefs were trying to make history as being the first repeat champion since the 2004 and 2005 Patriots. You should already know who the last quarterback was to pull off that feat. “Yeah, we’re coming back,” declared Brady on the podium after the game. I believe him, and you should, too. Because even if you hate Tom Brady and his former Patriots teammates, by now you should have learned your lesson. Being a non-believer in White Jesus has never worked out for anyone. .

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You know about the ’90s Bills, but what other team is a perfect loser in four Super Bowls?


Jim Kelly and the Bills are not alone.Image: APThe Minnesota Vikings are the super failures you never hear about (thanks a lot, Buffalo). Like the Bills, the Vikings also lost four Super Bowls — but over the course of eight years, not four.The Vikings were the first team in the NFL to make it to four Super Bowls. Wow, impressive! But just wait for it… Minnesota was also the first team in league history to lose four Super Bowls. Oh. In the 70’s, the Purple People Eaters were gobbled up in four title games.Minnesota lost its first Super Bowl in 1970 to the Chiefs. As the decade went on, the Vikings had somewhat of a Super Bowl appearance streak, losing in ’74, ’75, and ’77 to Shula’s Dolphins, Noll’s Steelers, and Madden’s Raiders respectively. That’s quite the coaching list.The Bills and the Vikings, though, are not the biggest losers in Super Bowl history. The Broncos and Patriots have lost five Big Games each.Here’s another fun fact before kickoff. If Tom Brady, the winningest QB in Super Bowl history, loses Sunday night, he could tie the Bills and Vikings with four Super Bowl losses. G/O Media may get a commissionBrady is currently tied with John Elway (Denver) and Fran Tarkenton (Minnesota) as quarterbacks with three Super Bowl losses. Will the GOAT catch Jim Kelly (Buffalo) with four L’s? .

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Byron Leftwich, the other Black OC in the Super Bowl, deserves a head coaching job


Byron Leftwich and the Bucs had the top-ranked passing offense before Tom Brady came to town.Byron Leftwich was an offensive genius before Tom Brady decided to go to Tampa Bay. Even with Jameis Winston as his quarterback in 2019, the Buccaneers OC orchestrated an offense that led the league in passing at 302.8 yards per game while ranking in the top three in the league in both total offense (397.9 ypg) and scoring (28.6 points per game).Not to mention they broke Buccaneer records in total points, and touchdowns while finishing second in franchise history in first downs. This is all while Winston was turning the ball over like he had the opposing defense on his fantasy team. This season, Leftwich led the Buccaneers to the second-best passing offense in the league. He broke many of the records he set in 2019, he helped a 43-year-old Tom Brady finish third in passing yards and now has helped lead this Tampa Bay team to a Super Bowl. G/O Media may get a commission“He’s done a fantastic job. He’s everything. Supposedly what people are looking for, although this year was kind of a defensive cycle,” said Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians earlier this week about Leftwich’s head coaching credentials. “I was very, very pissed that Byron didn’t at least get an interview this year. … For the job that he’s done, I think I get way too much credit and so does Tom Brady for the job that Byron has done. Hopefully next year people will see that he took Jameis Winston and broke every single record here, scoring and passing, and now Tom has broken both.”Everyone focuses on the disgraceful snubbing of Chiefs OC Eric Bieniemy, and rightfully so. There’s no excuse for that man not being offered a top job somewhere. But Leftwich has shown that he should be in that conversation as well. His offensive brilliance shouldn’t be ignored as people celebrate the accomplishments of Brady and Arians. Leftwich deserves to get spoken about in the same breath as Bieniemy when it comes to potential head coaching hires next year. Yes, Leftwich has only been an OC for two seasons, plus an interim stint in Arizona in 2018, but why shouldn’t he have a meteoric rise to the top like Sean McVay did? Above I called Leftwich an “Offensive Genius” but it seems that term is reserved for coaches with a certain complexion for others covering and scouting the NFL, as you would think that one coach, who already has one Super Bowl ring in his drawer and is on the verge of his second in two years, and another, who’s constructed one of the best offenses in the league two seasons in a row, would have earned such a moniker. It’s remarkable how quickly a coach, once labeled an “Offensive Genius,” is offered a head coaching job. See McVay. See Kyle Shanahan. I mean the Eagles hired Frank Reich’s understudy as head coach this season, I’m sure some arrangements could be made for Leftwich and Bieniemy next year. If both Leftwich and Bieniemy were white they would have likely been offered a job by now. But alas, this is the NFL and we know how these things work by now. Even Brady, who has been around the game so long that some children born the year he was drafted can now buy alcohol, raved about the job Leftwich has done. “Yeah, I think Byron has done an incredible job,” Brady said Monday. “He’s a great guy. We have a great relationship. I’ve known him for a long time – we’re about the same age. I played against him. Always had a lot of respect for him. Now that we’re working together, it’s been great. He’s got a great work ethic, a great football IQ.”Do you think Brady is going to endorse a guy who doesn’t know what he’s doing? That’s head coaching material in my book. Leftwich should be a serious candidate for head coaching vacancies next year. He has the talent, brains, and leadership ability to help make a team successful. It’s time for the league to stop blatantly disregarding these Black men, especially Leftwich. .

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Meet the only losing player to ever win Super Bowl MVP (he was in the shower when he found out)


Chuck Howley was the MVP of Super Bowl V.Image: APIf you thought the NFC East was bad this year, wait till you hear about the Super Bowl V, more commonly known as the “blooper bowl.” In the Big Game between the Baltimore Colts and Dallas Cowboys, the teams combined for 6 interceptions, 546 yards of total offense, a missed extra point, and a Super Bowl record 11 turnovers. Yuck. Even though Colts quarterback Johnny Unitas went down with an injury in the second quarter, Baltimore ended up winning the game 16-13 despite seven turnovers.Chuck Howley, a linebacker for the losing Cowboys, won the MVP due to his two interceptions and a fumble recovery. And, honestly, he was better than pretty much everyone else on the field. Earl Morrall, the Colts backup, went 7-15 and threw for 147 yards with no touchdowns and a pick. No one on the Colts rushed for over 35 yards and no receiver had a big game. Howley spoke to VICE a few years ago about losing the Big Game, but winning the MVP. In the Q&A, he recounted where he was when he got the MVP news after Super Bowl V:“I was in the shower. I think some of my teammates said ‘Congratulations,’ and I said ‘For what?’ It’s one of those types of things. It was hard. I would much rather have been the one to win the ballgame, but we didn’t. I was very satisfied with the award, but it took awhile for it to sink in. You don’t lose the game and then settle for it.” .

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