Stop Complaining and Just Appreciate Super Bowl LVII

The MMQB NFL Podcast

Feb 13 2023 • 54 mins

Yes, yes, the holding call on James Bradberry was a little ticky-tack, and the million-dollar playing surface was hilariously bad. But Chiefs-Eagles was also one of the most impressive, efficient and even Super Bowls ever played, and Conor and Gary found plenty of good things to say about that.

First, an appreciation of Patrick Mahomes’s limitless possibilities playing in-structure, Andy Reid’s uncanny knack for play-calling, the concepts that set up two wide-open touchdowns and Kadarius Toney as a decoy, return specialist and scorer of touchdowns.

Then, the weirdo plays that really cost the Eagles the game, one in which they were exceedingly evenly matched.

Plus, Shane Steichen to Indianapolis as the Colts decide to resume normal operations, milquetoast halftime show opinions, and why nothing beats the taste of natural grass.

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