If Bruce Arians Can Win a Super Bowl, So Can Mike Zimmer

The Minnesota Vikings were bystanders to the NFL Playoffs and Super Bowl. The 2020 season was a tumultuous one as the draft was virtual, preseason was nonexistent, an unusual flurry of injuries affected major stars, and Tom Brady wore non-Patriot clothes for the first time.
The experiment for Brady worked out in Tampa Bay.
Head coach Bruce Arians broke through to February relevance, a feat previously elusive from his resume. He took over in Tampa Bay during 2019 and immediately grimaced as his quarterback, Jameis Winston, tallied interceptions like Kevin Durant does points in single NBA games. That’s right, Winston tossed 30 picks.
Of course, he was not a part of the long-term solution for Arians’ Buccaneers, and Winston signed on as a reservist player to Drew Brees with the New Orleans Saints. Brady and the Buccaneers would late topple the Saints in the Divisional Round of the NFC Playoffs. A little bit of minor poetry for Arians there.

Arians, 68, was always classified in the “damn good football coach” category before Super Bowl LV. When the Buccaneers shocked and utterly dominated the Kansas City Chiefs last week, Arians entered rarified realms of coaching stardom. His experience and long trek through the NFL finally culminated with a Lombardy trophy hoist.
Tampa Bay winning the championship pumped the brakes – again – on the obsession with young head coaches. The Buccaneers pillaged through the postseason without a young head coach. In fact, they employ the inverse – a man nearly 70 years of age.
Arians’ triumph is yet another example that old coaches still get the job done. And so can Vikings skipper, Mike Zimmer.
This Is Country for Old Men
It’s time to dispel a myth.

Young coaches – some of them – are doing a marvelous job as a beacon of youth in the NFL. Kyle Shanahan, Matt LaFleur, and Sean McVay are examples. Habitually, for the most part, all three are reaching the postseason. Yet, none of them are winning Super Bowls. Sooner or later, the notion that young coaches are the meal ticket to winning championships must be deconstructed.
If that is not obvious already, it should be clearer after Super Bowl LV. Bruce Arians is old. Andy Reid is old – and he was old last year. Before that, it was Bill Belichick that won the Super Bowl. He’s old.
Men who are not young are the gentlemen winning in February. Period.

Ages of SB-Winning Head Coaches,since 2015:
68 – Arians61 – Reid66 – Belichick 50 – Pederson 64 – Belichick 55 – Kubiak

“We need a young offense-first mind to lead the enterprise.”
— Dustin Baker (@DustBaker) February 10, 2021

That evidence is a smoking gun.
Young Coaches Good but Not Sealing the Deal

The old-man Super Bowl correlation is not an insult to coaches in their 30s. No organization needs to be skittish about employing a young head coach. Youthful coaches are merely not getting the whole job done – yet. Someone will breakthrough — probably when the titans of industry coaches such as Belichick and Reid retire.
To date, the younger skippers are getting close to the Promised Land. But they’re stumbling. Packers coach Matt LaFleur was schooled by Arians in the NFC Championship – just like Sean McVay was topped by Belichick in the Super Bowl two years ago.
One should be elated by youth-infused coaches exhibiting innovation and changing the game. It will just take a while for one to be victorious on the grandest stage.
And, yes, by implication, this means all the other old coaches can win championships, too. Just like Arians finally did.
Why Not Zimmer?
The ask of Zimmer for his team and the vice-versa ask of fans for Zimmer is straightforward – but oh-so humongous.
One season – just one – all facets of the team must coagulate. Think the 2017 Vikings defense with the 2020 offense and an average special teams bunch that does not blow costly kicks at inopportune times. That’s it. Pair the good with the good. Ask the stars to align. Avoid strange outcomes like Gary Anderson from 1998 or Blair Walsh from 2015.
This does not outwardly seem like “too much to ask,” but in many respects, it is gargantuan.
Zimmer is directly in the age range that the recent Super Bowl-winning coaches dwell. Head coaches in their 60s is evidently have a sweet spot for Super Bowl success. The Vikings may not embark on a dynastic run – although anything is possible – but one year should be able to conjoin forces of competent sections of the depth chart. Much like Arians in 2020.
And hopefully Tom Brady isn’t required.

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Britt Reid ออกจากหัวหน้าเมื่อ Ariel วัย 5 ขวบยังคงอยู่ในอาการโคม่า


Britt Reid ลูกชายของหัวหน้าโค้ช KC Andy Reid ไม่ได้อยู่กับองค์กรนี้อีกต่อไปหลังจากก่อให้เกิดอุบัติเหตุที่ทำให้เด็กหญิงวัย 5 ขวบอยู่ในอาการโคม่า หนึ่งสัปดาห์หลังจากบริตต์รีดผู้ช่วยโค้ชของแคนซัสซิตี้และเจ้านายของแอนดี้ ลูกชายของ Reid ผู้ซึ่งก่อให้เกิดอุบัติเหตุทางรถยนต์และยอมรับกับเจ้าหน้าที่ตำรวจว่าเขาดื่มเหล้าหลายคนสงสัยว่าจะมีสาขาของ NFL และ / หรือองค์กร Chiefs หรือไม่ สะดวกสำหรับผู้บังคับบัญชาสัญญาของ Britt Reid กำลังจะหมดอายุดังนั้นพวกเขาอาจรู้สึกเหมือนถูกละลาย Britt Reid ไม่ได้เป็นพนักงานของเจ้านายในแคนซัสซิตี้อีกต่อไป รู้สึกเหมือนสถานการณ์ของ Chad Wheeler กับ Seahawks ที่ Seahawks พูดเป็นหลักว่า “เขาไม่ได้อยู่กับทีมอีกต่อไปดังนั้นมันจึงไม่ใช่ปัญหาของเราด้วยความปรารถนาดี” อย่างไรก็ตามในขณะที่ฉันหวังว่าองค์กร Chiefs จะพูดอย่างชัดเจนและชัดเจนในประเด็นนี้ แต่มันจะรู้สึกกลวงและโง่เขลาที่มาจากทีมที่ตัดสินใจอย่างชัดเจนในการจัดลำดับความสำคัญของชัยชนะเหนือปัญหานอกสนาม ไม่มีทีมใดมีประวัติของความรุนแรงในครอบครัวที่เป็นผู้ใหญ่และจับต้องไม่ได้เหมือนหัวหน้ารวมถึงอดีตพนักงาน Kareem Hunt และพนักงานปัจจุบัน Tyreek Hill, DeAndre Baker (ซึ่งเพิ่งเซ็นสัญญาเมื่อวานนี้) และ Frank Clark ฉันเดาว่าอย่างน้อยลีกก็กำลังตรวจสอบกรณีของ Britt Reid ภายใต้นโยบายความประพฤติส่วนตัวของเธอ ความหยาบคายและเรื่องลีกในวงกว้างมีความจำเป็นที่เราจะต้องไม่ละสายตาจากข้อเท็จจริงที่ว่าเด็กหญิงวัย 5 ขวบยังคงต่อสู้เพื่อชีวิต การอัปเดต GoFundMe เมื่อวันที่ 11 กุมภาพันธ์ที่สร้างขึ้นสำหรับครอบครัวของ Ariel Young ซึ่งตอนนี้ได้ระดมทุนไปแล้วกว่า 450,000 เหรียญ: “สวัสดีอีกครั้งขอขอบคุณทุกคนที่ยังคงอธิษฐานเผื่อ Ariel และสนับสนุนครอบครัวในเวลาเช่นนี้เธอยังคงอยู่ใน โคม่าและไม่มีการเปลี่ยนแปลงในวันนี้ฉันหวังว่าครั้งหน้าฉันจะอัปเดตหน้านี้คุณมีข่าวที่ดีขึ้น G / O Media อาจได้รับค่าคอมมิชชั่นโดยการส่งข้อความไปที่หน้านี้หากคุณไม่ทราบคุณสามารถระบุว่ามาจากที่ใดได้ ชอบพิมพ์ข้อความและแสดงให้เอเรียลดูวันหนึ่งเมื่อเธออายุมากขึ้นเพื่อที่เธอจะได้เห็นความรักและการสนับสนุนมากมายจากทั่วโลกขอบคุณทุกคนอีกครั้ง Tiffany Verhulst และครอบครัว❤️” ฉันหวังเป็นอย่างยิ่งว่าลีกจะวิเคราะห์เรื่องนี้ เพิ่มความเข้มข้นและสนับสนุนครอบครัวของเหยื่อและเสนอความช่วยเหลือจากนั้นพยายามเปลี่ยนแปลงมาตรฐานของพวกเขาสำหรับปัญหานอกสนามฉันหวังว่าคุณจะทำ แต่ฉันสงสัย

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Tom Brady was fine, but give the Bucs’ defense their due


Tampa’s Shaq Barrett was on top of Patrick Mahomes all throughout last night’s lopsided victory.Photo: Getty ImagesThere is zero chance I would have believed you last week if you told me that the Chiefs, with one of the most explosive and creative offenses in the NFL, and with one of the most talented arms the league has ever seen, would be kept out of the end zone in the Super Bowl. But that happened. The Buccaneers defense did something nobody was able to accomplish all season — hold Kansas City without a touchdown.I had my concerns. I asked Patrick Mahomes last week how the team was preparing to face a very talented defensive front, knowing that the loss of left tackle Eric Fischer was a blow to their offensive line; the Chiefs entered Sunday with only one of their five presumptive starters on the line from the preseason. Mahomes knew it would be a battle. He said in part:It’s going to be a great challenge for them, but we’re going to do what we can to get the ball out of my hands, and get it to the playmakers and let them make plays with it.So let’s talk about that. Firstly, the Chiefs offensive line was overwhelmingly mismatched. While Mahomes was only sacked three times, he was under constant siege, oftentimes scrambling nearly twenty yards behind the line of scrimmage to avoid the pressure. While the optics showed that to be the case, the stats are worse. According to ESPN Stats & Info, Patrick Mahomes was pressured more in this game than any quarterback in Super Bowl History (29), passing the record of 25 set by Jim Kelly in SB XXVI. Brady faced his fewest pressures (4) in any Super Bowl of his career. The fact that he took only three sacks on 29 pressures is a Herculean effort. According to NextGenStats, the Chiefs used a 5-man protection on 92.3 percent of their dropbacks. How the Chiefs didn’t gameplan to use additional blockers knowing their offensive line was vastly depleted is beyond me, and it cost them. Head Coach Andy Reid is notorious for making in-game adjustments. This is one that he missed.G/O Media may get a commissionWhile Mahomes was running for his life and trying to make otherworldly plays, his teammates didn’t help. On one of his seemingly endless scrambles last night, while falling to the ground, Mahomes flicked the ball on a rope 30 yards towards the end zone. In my opinion, this would have been the greatest Super Bowl touchdown pass of all time had Darrell Williams caught it instead of letting it hit him square in the facemask.After the game, I asked Buccaneers cornerback Carlton Davis about covering the Chiefs skill players for so long in coverage as Mahomes was scrambling and trying to make plays happen. Carlton said:I mean it’s something that we knew that they did a lot, and we knew that they had a lot of success with [Mahomes] getting out of the pocket, and creating more time for his receivers to get down field, so that was a big emphasis this whole week – to just plaster to the receivers, stay on top of him even when he’s outside the pocket, and just trust the D-line and trust that they would get him down.Carlton was in coverage for 54 coverage snaps. He was targeted only four times, allowing two receptions for only 14 yards, and the Buccaneers defense held Mahomes to 270 passing yards, two interceptions, and zero touchdowns. There’s no chance the Buccaneers would have dreamed this game would go any better, on both sides of the ball. .

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


Stupid 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.Eric Bieniemy (the poster child for how overqualified Black candidates get passed over): Offensive Coordinator, Kansas City ChiefsImage: Getty ImagesG/O Media may get a commissionFor the last few weeks, all we’ve heard are rumors that Bieniemy 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. Byron Leftwich: Offensive Coordinator, Tampa Bay BuccaneersImage: Getty ImagesThis 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.Todd Bowles: Defensive Coordinator, Tampa Bay BuccaneersImage: APDrew 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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Posted on 8:47 pm

Super Bowl LV crowns a champ after lopsided game


Super Bowl LV is now in the books and, with it, a number of firsts. The Big Game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers offered an amazing matchup that had football fans and gamblers pacing with anticipation, but definitely did not go the way most people expected. With the NFL season having survived COVID-19, it’s now time to look ahead and try to get ready for a new era of football that will see much greater sports gambling.The Chiefs were viewed as the favorites to win, but were only given three points by oddsmakers. That should have indicated a tight competition and a battle between two of the best quarterbacks in the league, Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady. However, what looks good on paper doesn’t always work when put into play, and Brady and the Bucs had no problem rolling over Mahomes and the Chiefs, completely controlling the game on both offense and defense. The Chiefs only managed to score a field goal in each of the first three quarters as Mahomes was repeatedly forced out of the pocket and made to scramble. However, he showed why he deserved to be in the Super Bowl, handling the pressure like a long-time veteran. Despite continued problems, Mahomes still managed to put up more passing yards than Brady, throwing for 243 yards against his rival’s 201.It wasn’t good enough, though. The Bucs, the first team to ever play in a Super Bowl in its own stadium, dominated from start to finish. Brady became the first quarterback to pick up seven Super Bowl titles and the first to win a fifth MVP award (the only player with five) as he led his Bucs to their first Super Bowl win since the 2002 season. It was also the first Super Bowl in which the NFL had seen the presence of a female referee, with Sarah Thomas on the field as the down judge. In a couple more firsts for the NFL, Maral Javadifar and Lori Locust became the first female coaches to win a Super Bowl title – Javadifar as the Bucs’ assistant strength and conditioning coach and Locust is the team’s defensive line assistant. A peculiar stat presented prior to the game showed that Brady has a history of not stepping up in the first quarter of Super Bowls. He brought that to an end yesterday as he marched down the field to give the Bucs a first-quarter touchdown (his first first-quarter Super Bowl TD) in response to a Chiefs field goal. From there, the Bucs were on a mission and nothing could stand in the way. Rob Gronkowski and Leonard Fournette were favorite targets for Brady as they worked their magic, rolling over defenders and punching through lines every chance they got. The Bucs would go on to put up 14 points in the second quarter, countered by only a field goal, and another ten in the third quarter, with just another Chiefs field goal in response. By this point, the Chiefs had been beaten into submission, down 31-9, and the only thing they could do was hang on until the clock ran out. Both teams seemed to understand that the game was pretty much over, and neither put any points on the board in the last quarter. The underdog Bucs had defied the odds and won the Super Bowl, keeping the Chiefs from claiming their second consecutive victory. It was a sweet victory for Brady and Tampa Bay and a sign that, maybe, Bill Belichick was a little too premature in letting the GOAT leave the New England Patriots last year. Sports gamblers appreciate the decision, though, with a few who risked big money on the Bucs taking home nice paydays. According to what sportsbooks have reported, more than 80% of the money went to the Chiefs, but several gamblers put up big money on the Bucs. One was the all-too-famous Mattress Mack, the Texas entrepreneur known for making huge bets. He has lost several million dollars on sports bets over the past couple of years, but found some redemption yesterday. Mattress Mack, whose real name is Jim McIngvale, put up $3.46 million on the Bucs to cover the spread and, after a lopsided game that clearly favored Tampa Bay, recuperated his investment and padded it by another $2.72 million. 

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Super Bowl Champs Tampa Bay are what the Vikings tried to be in 2018

Stop me if you’ve heard this before.
A hyper talented team, with the best position-by-position roster (with some notable exceptions) in the league, brings in a Big Ten quarterback to get the team over the hump to win the Super Bowl.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are that team, as they dominated the favored Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV for their second Super Bowl victory this century.

The Minnesota Vikings were that team after the 2017 season. After they were destroyed in the NFC Championship game, they decided to change how NFL/quarterback contracts were done forever by signing the biggest free agent in NFL history in Kirk Cousins.
So, after watching Tom Brady win his 7th ring during his first season in Florida, the question for Vikings fans is why did it work for Tampa and not for Minnesota?
I think the answer is simple. It’s two words and it rhymes with Bike Trimmer. During half-time, instead of watching the Weeknd do his thing I decided to vent about what basically every playoff team has/had in common, a good or great offensive line.
In the NFC, for example, five of the seven playoff teams had a top EIGHT offensive line (according to Pro Football Focus). That’s not a coincidence, nor is it a coincidence that Brady was able to carve up the Chiefs defense because of the time allotted to him by the Bucs line.

In Minnesota? People blame Kirk Cousins for not being mobile enough to compensate for the 29th-ranked offensive line in 2020. That’s a step down from the 27th-ranked units in his first two seasons in Purple.
We blamed former Vikings offensive coordinator turned NFL Coach of the Year; Kevin Stefanski, for not running a rollout or bootleg on every passing down in 2019.
In other markets? Teams understand that you simply can’t be successful in today’s NFL without a good offensive line. It’s really that simple.
That’s why Stefanski worked feverishly in his first off-season in Cleveland to build the leagues best unit upfront. That’s why Tony Romo gave most of the credit to the Bucs Super Bowl win on Tampa’s ability to win in the trenches.

Back in Minnesota we pretend that we just need a more mobile quarterback, or that the obvious trade off to having a zone blocking scheme is having zero pass protection.
That’s simply not true.
So, why are we still looking at Zimmer as anything but someone who has an eye for defensive talent but not much else? The line got WORSE in 2020, and we all thought Ezra Cleveland was this catalyst on a line when he ended up ranked as the 37th right guard in terms of pressure allowed simply because he was an improvement over Dru Samia.
It’s clear that Zimmer has no interest or understanding as to how to build an offensive line in today’s NFL. How many times do we have to see the same product, with less and less of a rate of return, before we question why we’re employing the master of mediocrity?

The Vikings are STACKED on offense outside of the most important aspect. You’d think that any quarterback would LOVE to throw the ball to Justin Jefferson or Adam Thielen, or hand the ball off to Dalvin Cook.
Yet it’s been reported by many that DeShaun Watson wouldn’t waive his no trade clause to come to Minnesota. Zimmer apologists will say it’s because of the Vikings’ run first philosophy, but the Vikings ran the ball (as a percentage) as the Green Bay Packers and that benefitted Aaron Rodgers’ career (despite only having one reliable target to pass to)).
How many canaries have to spontaneously combust before people stop defending Zimmer because he’s been handed everything he or any coach would want (new stadium, new facility in Eagan, every dime, every draft pick, changing how contracts work for a QB, etc.) and turned it into getting embarrassed in the playoffs every other year?
But yeah… NEXT year is his year!
Because we all know that the eighth year is the year that most coaches learn from their glaring and obvious and continuous mistakes!
Meanwhile, Brady just won his seventh ring because of the offensive and defensive lines of the Buccaneers. That’s something that the Vikings won’t do as long as Zimmer is in town. He’s shown zero interest in learning from the limitations he’s codified, and at this point it’s laughable that we expect anything but the exact same outcome from the exact same process.
But… but, but… Bieniemy!
No up-and-coming coach wants to come here. That’s why Zimmer reportedly wants an “older” offensive coordinator (if they don’t just promote Klint Kubiak). That wasn’t a choice, it was a forced parameter disguised as a choice. That’s like saying you wanted to buy a used mini-van because your credit score is 500. You kinda had to take what you could get, despite what that Facebook post about your “dope new ride” says.
So, let’s be realistic here. People get so caught up in Nextgen stats or position-by-position analysis that they ignore the obvious. Football isn’t that complicated. Or rather, it isn’t that hard to identify why bad teams are bad.
You can read my half-time rant, here, if you want me to explain the common denominator between the playoff teams and the teams like the Vikings.
Why the Super Bowl should (further) depress Minnesota Vikings fans

To be honest? Cousins deserves a ton of credit for bringing the 27th ranked O-line to the Divisional Round of the playoffs in 2019. That doesn’t just happen, and is a testament as to how good this team COULD still be in the right hands.
But right now we’re seemingly so far away from a change of hands that it’s hard to pretend that the Draft or free agency will do anything but produce the same results. I mean, this is a team that outplayed the Bucs at home this season and lost.
If that doesn’t sum all of this up? I don’t know what else to tell you.

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Posted on 5:43 am

Plethora of unique Super Bowl LV proposition wagers highlighted

Millions of gridiron football fans around the world will undoubtedly be tuning in tomorrow night to watch all of the action as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers go up against the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV.
Although most online sportsbooks are offering a plethora of markets on almost every aspect of this National Football League (NFL) championship contest, some others are reportedly opting for more unique routes with proposition wagers on markets as wacky as the length of the pre-game national anthem alongside an over/under on how many television advertisements broadcast during the match will feature a dog.
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These were just two of the 17 more unique proposition bets highlighted by the news domain at Insider.com on Wednesday as American football fans prepare to watch the ‘Chiefs’ and the ‘Bucs’ battle it out at the latter’s Raymond James Stadium. Other less traditional wagers purportedly involve whether anthem singer Eric Church will be wearing a leather jacket, the color of the headband being sported by star quarterback Patrick Mahomes (pictured) and if the broadcast will have any commercials for a Star Wars film.
Anthem abilities:
The singing of the national anthem seems to be a popular focus as the source also reportedly found sites offering odds on who will sing the last note of the tune penned by Francis Scott Key and whether any of the scoring drives from Sunday night will take less time to complete. There are purportedly also even more bizarre bets on which coach’s nostrils will be the first to feature in the broadcast, will the spread or total of the game be mentioned and how many times NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell will be shown.
Half-time histrionics:
American broadcasts of Super Bowl LV are reportedly due to be fronted by NFL analysts Jim Nantz and Tony Romo with sportsbetting aficionados reportedly furthermore able to find odds on whether this latter expert will correctly predict one of the game’s offensive plays. Markets on what color liquid will be poured on the winning coach and what is to be the first song performed by half-time entertainer The Weeknd are likewise purportedly available as are bets on the shade of the Canadian singer’s jacket and whether he will be sporting gloves or head bandages.

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Posted on 5:39 pm

Jim “Mattress Mack” McIngvale Wagers $3.46 Million on Buccaneers to Cover Spread

A Houston, Texas furniture store owner, Jim “Mattress Mack” McIngvale, is well known for placing extremely large sports bets, and at the moment he has wagered the biggest bet on Super Bowl LV. According to sources McIngvale placed a $3.46 million bet on the underdog Tampa Bay Buccaneers covering a + 3.5 point spread on the big game this Sunday, February 7th, 2021 at 6:30 pm ET. Super Bowl LV will be played at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers home stadium in Raymond James Stadium located in Tampa, Florida.
Upon flying into Colorado Springs, Colorado on Wednesday, February 3rd, 2021 “Mattress Mack” logged in to his Draft Kings mobile betting app while in the airport in order to place this monumental bet. His wager is one of the largest ever on a Super Bowl. McIngvale paid a little extra in juice at – 127 in order to push the point spread on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to + 3.5 points. If the Bucs can cover the + 3.5 point spread in Super Bowl LV Jim will win $2.72 million!
Jim “Mattress Mack” McIngvale’s Other Memorable Sports Bets
McIngvale has been known to utilize the sports betting market in order to alleviate risk on major money making sales promotions he has running at his furniture store. For example, this year Jim initiated a sales promotion in which customers that spend $3,000 or in excess of that on a new mattress will get their money refunded if the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeat the heavily favored Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV.
Back in 2019 McIngvale placed over $11 million in bets on the World Series that was played between the Washington Nationals and his beloved Houston Astros. Some of the $11 million plus that he had in play on the 2019 World Series could be attributed to a $3.5 million futures wager on the Houston Astros that he made in Biloxi, Mississippi also with his Draft Kings sports betting account. The Houston Astros ended up losing the World Series to the Washington Nationals in seven entertaining games.
Current Betting Activity on Super Bowl LV       
ESPN’s David Purdum said, “The two largest reported bets on the Super Bowl so far have both been on the Bucs. In addition to McIngvale’s $3.46 million wager, a bettor with BetMGM in Nevada placed a $2.3 million wager on Tampa Bay last week. Despite the two multimillion-dollar bets on the Bucs in this year’s Super Bowl, the bulk of the action has been on the favored Chiefs. As of Wednesday at William Hill U.S. sportsbooks, 82% of the money that had been bet on the Super Bowl point spread was on Kansas City.”
Media Statements 
“Tampa Bay is loaded with talent on both sides of the ball and led by the greatest football player of all time in Tom Brady, so I’m betting big on the Bucs who have overcome tough matchups throughout this postseason,” Jim “Mattress Mack” McIngvale stated in a press release via DraftKings. 
“Mack has been a great customer and is someone we have history with after taking his sizeable wager on the World Series a couple seasons ago,” the DraftKings’ sportsbook director Johnny Avello explained in a press release.

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Posted on 3:22 am

K.C. coach Britt Reid, Andy Reid’s son, involved in car accident; reportedly told cops he’d been drinking


Britt Reid previously pled guilty to DUI in 2008.Screenshot: K.C. ChiefsKansas City Chiefs assistant coach, Britt Reid, son of head coach Andy Reid, was in a car accident on Thursday night that left two young children injured. One of the children, a five-year-old, has life-threatening injuries. According to reports, Reid told the police that he had been drinking, and a search warrant that was filed after the accident indicates that the KCPD officer said they could smell “a moderate odor of alcoholic beverages,” and that Britt Reid’s eyes were bloodshot. The accident occurred around 9 p.m. on Interstate 435 near the Chiefs’ practice facility at the Truman Sports Complex.“The organization has been made aware of a multi-vehicle accident involving Outside Linebackers Coach, Britt Reid,” the Chiefs said in a statement Friday. “We are in the process of gathering information, and we will have no further comment at this time. Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone involved.”The Reid family has been battling substance abuse issues for years, and this is not the first instance of drunk driving involving Britt Reid. In 2008, while already in jail on a road rage charge, Britt Reid, then 22, pleaded guilty to DUI and drug charges stemming from a separate incident. Britt’s older brother, Garrett, was also sentenced in 2008 for an unrelated DUI crash that injured another motorist. Garrett also faced charges after he smuggled nearly 90 prescription pills into prison the week he was sentenced. In 2012, Garrett died of a heroin overdose. In 2009, after his arrest, Britt joined his father on his Eagles staff as an intern and followed his father to Kansas City, a move that perhaps signaled a desire to keep Britt close as he battled his addiction. Britt has been on the Kansas City coaching staff since 2013, and was promoted to assistant defensive line coach in 2015. He moved to outside linebackers coach after the 2018 season.In a touch of tragic irony, had the Big Game not been taking place amid a pandemic, the Chiefs organization would already have been in Tampa days earlier. Needless to say, Andy Reid will once again be coaching – this time in the Super Bowl – while dealing with off-field distractions surrounding his family. .

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Posted on 12:46 am

Latest look at Super Bowl LV odds and injuries ahead of this Sunday


The Big Game this Sunday is on every sports gambler’s mind right now, with a high amount of anticipation on how things are going to turn out. Over the years, several Super Bowls have been disappointing, with complete blowouts that made football fans wonder how some teams managed to get as far as they did. Super Bowl LV isn’t expected to be one of those games, and the Kansas City Chiefs are still 3-point favorites to beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. With just a few days to go before the Big Game, both teams have been busy figuring out who can play and who can’t, and it seems as though most of the big names are healthy.According to an update provided by Chiefs Wire yesterday, there were only limited issues on the Chiefs’ sideline. Left tackle Eric Fisher and Linebacker Willie Gay, Jr., who Kansas City wants to have on the field, did not practice due to injury, while running back Le’Veon Bell and wide receiver Sammy Watkins were limited. Running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire, who had been dealing with hip and ankle issues, participated in practice yesterday, as did cornerbacks L’Jarius Sneed and Rashad Fenton. The rising NFL star who has already made his future position as a GOAT, Patrick Mahomes, was in on the practices this week, as well. Limited participation in practice doesn’t mean that there is reason to start worrying. In many instances, teams will put their top players on limited duty during practice to keep them healthy and help avoid any practice-related injuries. The New Orleans Saints has this as part of their standard operating procedures, and it has paid off in each of the last four years as they made it to the NFC Conference finals.The Bucs only had one player who didn’t practice, defensive tackle Steve McLendon, but his absence isn’t injury-related and will most likely be on the field. There were a number of players on limited participation this week, including linebacker Jason Pierre-Paul who is dealing with a knee injury, and safety Antoine Winfield. Tight end Cameron Brate, whose loss would be significant for the Bucs, is dealing with back problems and was limited in practice. Wide receivers Antonio Brown and Mike Evans, who had also had knee issues, were in full practice mode this week.According to the oddsmakers at Bodog, the Chiefs are 3-point favorites at -115 and are getting -160 on the moneyline to win – the Bucs are at +140. The Over/Under hasn’t moved too much, still sitting at 56 at -110. This Super Bowl is one of the most competitive in recent history and has already seen some incredibly expensive bets placed. One was for more than $2 million on the Bucs to win and, although risky, is definitely capable of hitting. With Tom Brady leading Tampa Bay, anything is possible.

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Posted on 5:14 pm