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Another NFL season has been and gone, finishing off with Super Bowl LIII. The excitement of the Super Bowl often overshadows the NFL Honours Awards announced Saturday evening, where the league comes together to celebrate the most outstanding players and another year of excellence in the NFL.
Nickell Robey-Coleman, self-named Slotgod most famous for being the villain of the Rams versus Saints game decided to talk about Tom Brady in an interview for Bleacher Report.
One things is for Sure, Brady will be hoping to get his hands on his sixth Super Bowl in February when they take on the Rams in the Super Bowl LIII.
New England Patriots reached an 11th Super Bowl, the ninth of the Tom Brady and Bill Belichick era, as they edged out the Kansas City Chiefs 37-31 in overtime after a thrilling AFC Championship game on Sunday night at a cold and snowy Arrowhead Stadium.
Sunday will prove to be Mahomes’ toughest test yet as an NFL QB both mentally and physically, but the kid is just loving life and loving football. Win or lose on Sunday, Mahommes has a bright future ahead of him and the AFC have new contenders to the throne.
The AFC top seed the Kansas City Chiefs will continue their Super Bowl run after an impressive 31-13 win over the Indianapolis Colts in the divisional round on Saturday.
The main mark against Reid, though, would be the pretty porous Chiefs defence, which despite stellar individual performances from outside linebacker Dee Ford and defensive lineman Chris Jones, forced Kansas City to outscore opponents consistently.
Brees may well be victorious in the season’s finale, but the regular season has belonged to the most exciting young quarterback the league has seen since Peyton Manning.
Kittle, Manning and a miracle in Miami.