Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl Win Was Already Expected? Terence Crawford Answers and It Has a Taylor Swift Connection

Published 02/12/2024, 4:05 PM EST

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Though Terence Crawford‘s home team, Green Bay Packers, did not make it to the Super Bowl, he was rooting for the San Francisco 49ers to make the finals. However, it seems he already knew they would not make the cup and City Chiefs would swoop the win.

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The Kansas City Chiefs rallied to defeat the San Francisco 49ers 25-22 in overtime, securing their third Super Bowl victory in five years. Despite the 49ers being the slight favorites, the game at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas saw them twice on the verge of winning. A late field goal by the Chiefs tied the game 19-19, leading to overtime, where Mahomes’ touchdown pass to Mecole Hardman sealed the win, solidifying the Chiefs’ dynasty. But how did Terence Crawford know this would happen?

How did Taylor Swift make the NFL predictions easy?

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NFL fans were quick to accuse the league of rigging Super Bowl LVIII as the Kansas City Chiefs clinched their third Lombardi Trophy. Travis Kelce, expressing ambitions for a three-peat, declared the goal during his podium speech. Later, he shared a celebratory moment with his girlfriend, pop star Taylor Swift, on the field, embracing and exchanging whispers as they kissed. According to Crawford, the “talk” about the popstar before the fight made the prediction easier.

Taking to his X account, ‘Bud’ said, “We all knew KC was gone win because all they was talking about was Talor Swift. Idk why yall was playing like yall didn’t know this was KC year.” He mocked the fans for pretending to not know the obvious and that it was the KC year. This might come as a shock, considering he placed his bets on the 49ers not long ago.

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Terence Crawford changes sides again

Crawford, enjoying the game with friends and family from home, actively tweeted about it, acknowledging his 0-5 playoff predictions with humor, suggesting he might have jinxed the outcomes. Despite being a boxer, his passion for football shone through, his favorite set of players being the Packers. However, initially favoring the 49ers, he confidently supported them, making it apparent through his back-to-back tweets.

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Unfortunately for him, the Chiefs won. Reflecting on his lucky break from not betting, considering his earlier support for the 49ers, Crawford amusingly admitted he would have backed them based on his previous track record. Glad I’m not a betting man because I was 0-5 in the playoffs. Maybe I was the bad luck,” he wrote. Known for his unbeatable streak, Crawford humorously embraced the unexpected outcome by playfully switching sides.

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Terence Crawford’s predictions might not have been accurate but at least there is one game where he is still pretty spot on. Let us know what you think of the Chiefs’ win. Do you agree with Crawford about the win being fixed?

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