The 2020 Super Bowl Mega Preview 

By PJ Chandra

Who’s going to get that fast food buffet with President Donald Trump at the White House? A team led by Andy Reid, a coach who celebrated winning last week by eating a cheeseburger and going to bed? Or a team led by a coach who blew a 28-3 lead three years ago? Will it be a team led by a quarterback who sounds like Kermit The Frog? Or a team led by a Quarterback who has boasted about sleeping with an adult entertainment star? Will it be a team defensively led by a safety who once was in rehab for trying many drugs and now is a superstar or will it be the team who is defensively led by a leader who graduated from Stanford and a member of the Phi Beta Sigma fraternity. Who’s going to win the Super Bowl that does not feature the greatest athlete in the history of sports (Tom Brady) for the first time in four years?! Find out in our super bowl analysis and predictions below!
 

Some of the headlines to look forward to in Super Bowl 54 between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers in Miami where Demi Lovato is singing the national anthem and Shakira and Jennifer Lopez will be the halftime entertainment are as follows. This will be a super bowl coached by Kyle Shanahan whose father was the coach of the Denver Broncos during Super Bowl 32 and 33, Mike Shanahan against Andy Reid, who was the head coach for the Philadelphia Eagles who reached the Super Bowl twelve years ago in Super Bowl 42. History will be made as Katie Sowers will be the first woman and first LGBT coach to coach in the Super Bowl as she’s an offensive assistant for the San Francisco 49ers. Superstar players to watch for the Kansas City Chiefs are Patrick Mahomes, Tyreek Hill (Wide Receiver), Travis Kelce (Tight End), Frank Clark (Defensive End), and Tyrain Mathieu (Safety). For the 49ers, Raheem Mostert (running back), George Kittle (Tight End), Nick Bosa (Defensive End), and loudmouth (Richard Sherman.) 

 

Here are 10 bold predictions for Super Bowl 54 

  1. Bill Vinovich (the referee) will have a voice crack at some point that will go viral on twitter. 

  2. Joe Buck will slip up and say a curse word on national TV during the broadcast.

  3. This will be the second highest Super bowl rating with 112 million viewers total. 

  4. Raheem Mostart gets held to less than 60 yards on the ground after rushing for 200+ last week against Green Bay. 

  5. Patrick Mahomes throws the ball 60+ times. 

  6. Pitbull makes an appearance during the halftime show!

  7. Running back Damien Williams gets two touchdowns through the air. 

  8. There will be a total of 7 points scored after the first quarter. 

  9. There will be three interceptions total thrown. 

  10. Patrick Mahomes wins MVP

 

Game Prediction: 

Kansas City Chiefs defeat the San Francisco 49ers 38-28 with Patrick Mahomes being the MVP throwing for 338 yards 3 TDs 0 INTs. 

As aforementioned, life is truly too short to focus on the small things that affect us. I watched this video the other day with someone close to me about how much time we truly have on this earth. If we work 5 days a week, only truly enjoy weekends, get 8 hours of sleep, do monotonous chores, we only have about 11 years to live life after the age of 22. Considering you die from an accident or health incident. I was utterly shocked and scared My eyes were opened. I realized that I have to maximize life and be with the ones I care about and love everyday.

I am not alone in this, NBA Player Kendrick Perkins was having true beef with NBA Superstar Kevin Durant than sincerely apologized saying, “ Love you my brother and whatever I did to hurt you I’m sorry bro and hope you forgive me!!! I love you bro real Talk!” This immediately caused me to reflect on my own life. I did something I should have done a while ago; I reached out to two individuals I have had a long clamoring fight with and apologized. We talked through it and . I know that it’s the small things and steps like this we can all take to better ourselves in life. 

Kobe Bryant has been apart of my life he went to highschool fifteen minutes from me. The gym there is named after him. I’ve been to that high school a half dozen times for sports and have always marveled at the Kobe memorabilia they have and how the community treasures and loves him. Seeing Lower Merion High School lay out jerseys, put down flowers, and gather there and at the Staples Center for this one man really made me 

Some of us are lucky enough to see Kobe Bryant play in his prime We adapted what he called the Mamba Mentality and dida signature fadeaway jump shot which inspired millions of silly kids across schools when throwing away paper in the trash  today, “Kobe!” Some of my friends say that Kobe’s work ethic inspired them to get up at 6 in the morning. do extra homework,study more, and be the best student in their class. Kobe Bryant has countless stories about his work ethic including this one with Jay Williams: 

“Once I step my foot across that line, I started working out. I worked out for a good hour, hour and a half. When I came off, after I was done, I sat down and of course I still heard the ball bouncing,” Williams said. “I was like, ‘This guy is still working out? He was working out, it looks like he was in a dead sweat when I got here, and he’s still going...Later I saw him and I go Hey Kobe, why were you in the gym for so long?’ He’s like, ‘Because I saw you come in and I wanted you to know that it doesn’t matter how hard you work, that I’m willing to work harder than you.” 

 

Athletes are often asked by reporters: what’s your legacy? Kobe’s basketball legacy isn’t random 40 point games against the Phoenix Suns in the middle of December. It’s his work ethic. It’s what he did in the training room, what he did in the gym, what he did in the film room, but more importantly what he did at home. 

NBA analyst Chris Broussard believed that Kobe’s second act after retirement from the NBA was going to be greater than his basketball legacy and Kobe was well on his way. He won an Oscar last year for best short film, partnered with Jeff Stibel, former CEO of Web.com, to form the venture capital fund, Bryant Stibe, had his own sports academy, but most importantly was the dad of four daughters. The internet is full of clips and videos with Kobe and Gianna playing basketball, but this one that struck me most Vanessa Bryant must be heartbroken. Losing her loving and beloved husband and daughter at once is something no person should ever have to experience. What can we do to help? 

Wecan live life realizing that Kobe Bryant’s life is an inspiration for us all, on how to live our lives work hard and“Let shit go.” Tell the ones you love that you love them even if it’s scary or weird. Hold them tighter. Life is precious. Treasure every moment. As they say in the sandlot, “Heroes are remembered. Legends… Never Die.” And Kobe Bean Bryant? Is legend for the remainder of time. 

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