First of all, there's no such thing as a car crash curse. Driving is inherently dangerous and police are currently investigating what might be the aftermath of bad decisions by a local footballer.
As for the super spreader threat of the game . . . That fear is very real but far too politically charged to convince anybody either way.
More to the point . . .
THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS DYNASTY WILL RISE OR FALL AMID SADDEST SUPER BOWL IN AMERICAN HISTORY!!!
Seriously, there's nobody who could reasonably argue that these are good times.
Accordingly, knowing that most people will be watching the game. We share this post in order to simply mark a place in time and share a few relevant links for people who watch TV with device in hand for maximum distraction from reality.Football Fan Donations Spike North Of $135K
A 5-year-old child seriously hurt in a crash involving Kansas City Chiefs coach Britt Reid was in "critical condition and hasn't woken since the crash," according to family. A relative of the young girl, identified in a GoFundMe as Ariel, gave the update days after Reid was involved in a multicar crash.
Super Spread Worsens
Health and law enforcement officials in Tampa, Florida have expressed shock and disappointment after thousands of Americans gathered in clubs and bars, many declining to wear face masks, amid the host city's Super Bowl celebrations during the weekend.
Chiefs Name Cursed
The Kansas City Chiefs are returning to the Super Bowl -- and so is the controversy over the team's name
As the Chiefs take the field in Tampa, Florida, while the world looks on, here's where the conversation stands -- and why activists say change is long overdue.
Turf Toe Trouble Ahead
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes will play in Super Bowl LV with his lingering turf toe injury, which he suffered in the Divisional round game against the Cleveland Browns. Mahomes will play through the injury Sunday before "likely" having surgery to repair the issue, according to a report from NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
Commander-In-Chief Shares Hope For Next Super Bowl
President Biden said that "God willing" there will be a full stadium for the next Super Bowl - and that federal guidelines for reopening schools amid the COVID-19 pandemic could be unveiled Wednesday. During an interview excerpt that aired Sunday during CBS's pre-game show for Super Bowl LV, Biden said it was his "hope and expectation" that fans would fill the stands next year.
Prez Favors Mahomes
President Joe Biden has been involved in politics for nearly five decades, but his ambitions as a kid didn't exactly focus on the Oval Office. "I had wild dreams," Biden told CBS's Norah O'Donnell in an interview that aired before Super Bowl LV on Sunday. "It wasn't to be president.
by: Juan Cisneros Posted: / Updated: TAMPA, Fla. - Chiefs wide receiver Sammy Watkins is listed as active for Super Bowl LV. Watkins has not played since week 16 against the Atlanta Falcons. Earlier this week, he was optimistic about his return to the field.
Talent Set To Leave
9:10 AM ET Adam SchefterESPN Senior Writer Close ESPN NFL Insider Joined ESPN in 2009 Former president of the Pro Football Writers of America and the author of four books Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy, who once again was bypassed for a head-coaching job during this hiring cycle, will become a free agent after Super Bowl LV on Sunday, sources told ESPN.
POUR IT ON!!!
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- It is no secret that Patrick Mahomes has a strong love for ketchup, but have you ever seen ketchup show it's love for Mahomes? A local artist took an interesting spin to capture the hometown icon.
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