After Arguably the Best Playoff Weekend EVER, Football Fans Are Hyped For the Remaining Three Games of the Season

Did you see the end of the San Francisco 49ers vs Green Bay Packers game? Holy heck! And in a snowstorm to top it off! What about the Bengals finally continuing to break their playoff curse for the first time since 1988? Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Bucs almost had yet another Hall of Fame moment against the LA Rams – but almost doesn’t cut it, and then over 20 points being scored in the final 1:54 between the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs led to an overtime win by Kansas City, reminding everyone outside of Missouri why we hate NFL overtime rules.

Even the most casual of NFL fans got caught up in some of the best playoff games – and overall football games in general – that we’ve ever seen.

But now that we’re down to four teams … it’s time to predict which two are making it to the Super Bowl. But first – some overview.

Kansas City Chiefs

They’re about to host their 4th consecutive AFC Championship Game, which in itself a record and an incredible feat. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes leads a potent offense with future first ballot Hall of Fame Tight End Travis Kelce and arguably the most dangerous weapon on offense, wide receiver Tyreek Hill.

Kansas City is vying for their third trip to the Super Bowl in the last three years (they beat San Francisco two years ago but lost to Tampa Bay last year).

Cincinnati Bengals

The Bengals have spent so many years being “almost good enough” under Quarterback Andy Dalton. But they moved on and drafted Joe Burrow to be the new Quarterback in 2020. And now – here the Bengals are, playing in the AFC Championship Game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

With Wide Receiver Ja’Marr Chase and Running Back Joe Mixon, the Bengals have surprised everyone thus far – but do they have another surprise up their sleeve? Arrowhead Stadium is not known for being friendly to visiting teams.

San Francisco 49ers

The San Francisco 49ers – with General Manager and Hall of Famer John Lynch with Head Coach Kyle Shanahan – have been reborn the last few years and now look to be a perennial contender for the Super Bowl. The only question mark has been the play of their Quarterback, Jimmy Garoppolo, who has been rumored to be on the way out of town to give 2021 draft pick Trey Lance a chance to shine.

So leave it up to Jimmy Garoppolo to take the 49ers deep in the playoffs and give the 49ers brass a real headache on the future of the team.

With a defense led by Nick Bosa the only real question will be how the offense under Garoppolo does against a knock down in your face defense of their opponent, the Los Angeles Rams.

Los Angeles Rams

How good does it feel to be Matthew Stafford right now? Probably as good as it feels to be Cooper Kupp. The Los Angeles Rams somehow held on to, and won, against the greatest Quarterback to ever play the game in Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. And they’re the easy favorites going up against the San Francisco 49ers.

They’re a feel good team of great and future Hall of Fame players that have won none (Matthew Stafford, Odell Beckham Jr) or only one (Von Miller) Super Bowl Championship.

But do they have what it takes to get to the dance?

EFNcool Picks Who Goes to the Super Bowl

Let’s go, in no particular order!

Cincinnati Bengals vs San Francisco 49ers

Kansas City Chiefs vs Los Angeles Rams


Cincinnati Bengals vs San Francisco 49ers


Cincinnati Bengals vs San Francisco 49ers


Cincinnati Bengals vs San Francisco 49ers

We’ll revisit these picks in a week and then make our Super Bowl Winners predictions. How did we do? Do you think any of these picks are right? Comment on who YOU think is going to the Super Bowl!