The idea of playing in the Super Bowl is great. Playing the Kansas City Chiefs in the Super Bowl is less than ideal. "I mean, you go back and you look at the game and what matchups you had," Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians told reporters ahead of Super Bowl LV.
With his ticket punched to Super Bowl LV, former Auburn standout Prince Tega Wanogho won’t accompany the Kansas City Chiefs to the NFL championship game after all. The Chiefs released the offensive tackle from their practice squad on Monday, ending Wanogho’s short stay with the team that almost paid off with a Super Bowl trip. Wanogho’s first NFL season seemingly ended on Jan. 3 with the Philadelphia Eagles completing a 4-11-1 campaign in a 20-14 loss to the Washington Football Team.
I trust my guys over anybody. The rest of the world has learned to trust Brady over most anybody. The quarterback of the Patriots when they took the Lombardi Trophy for the 2003 and 2004 seasons, Brady owns a nonpareil six rings altogether.