Two Weeks Of Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl Hype Starts Now

Actually . . . Two weeks from now it'll all be decided.

Here's a worthwhile look at the match-up and a great deal of "reporting" on the topic now underway . . .

"The Chiefs reached this Super Bowl by reminding us how much experience matters in their latest quest for a Lombardi Trophy. While the Baltimore Ravens melted down in the AFC Championship Game, Kansas City kept its cool, played great defense and made all the necessary plays to deliver that 17-10 win. The 49ers went a different route in beating Detroit in the NFC Championship Game. San Francisco fell behind by 17 points in the first half before rallying behind quarterback Brock Purdy in the final two quarters for the 34-31 victory.

"Now we get to spend the next two weeks dissecting what is going to unfold in Las Vegas on Feb. 11. Kansas City is chasing its second straight Super Bowl win and third in five seasons, accomplishments that would cement that franchise as the newest dynasty. San Francisco knows a few things about dynasties as well. "

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