Tom Brady Predicts Super Bowl 2019 Déjà vu in 2024 Hinging on Exceptional Performances by the Chiefs and 49ers

Published 01/23/2024, 3:12 PM EST

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Following the conclusion of the divisional round in the NFL playoffs, the stage is now set for the conference championship games. In the NFC, the Lions and the 49ers will clash in the San Francisco Bay Area with a Super Bowl berth on the line. Meanwhile, in the AFC, the Ravens will host the Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game. 

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Tom Brady added his perspective on the matter during the latest episode of his Let’s Go! podcast co-hosted by former Arizona Cardinals stars Larry Fitzgerald and Jim Gray.

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Even though the NFL Playoffs Conference Championship lineup promises high-quality competition on the schedule, the odds seem to favor the Chiefs and the 49ers. Both teams have an exceptional lineup and excellent coaches, and Brady believes that, provided both the teams play well and can defeat their opponents, history could repeat itself in the final playoff battle.It made it against the Chiefs a year ago and if those two teams play well, it could be a rematch,” states the GOAT, referring to the Super Bowl LIV in Miami Gardens. 

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The Kansas City Chiefs secured their first championship in 50 years by triumphing over the San Francisco 49ers with a 31-20 victory in Super Bowl LIV in Miami Gardens, Florida, on Sunday. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes played a pivotal role, orchestrating two fourth-quarter touchdown drives that transformed a 20-10 deficit into a 24-20 lead. The game was ultimately sealed with a decisive five-yard touchdown pass to running back Damien Williams, securing the Chiefs’ long-awaited victory with 2:44 left on the clock. However, the stakes are high for all four teams contending for the win this season. 

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How are the teams placed for the conference championship games?

The Ravens enter the postseason with a potent combination of a first-team All-Pro quarterback and the No. 1 scoring defense, mirroring successful Super Bowl-winning teams of the past. Their defense, having shut down the Texans in the divisional round, ranks first in EPA per play for the season. The Chiefs, led by Patrick Mahomes and coached by Andy Reid, remain a formidable contender with offensive weapons like Rashee Rice and Travis Kelce. 

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Despite concerns about the 49ers’ quarterback performance, their efficient passing offense poses a threat to the Lions, who struggle in defending the pass. In the NFC Championship Game, the Lions aim to exploit potential vulnerabilities, including the shaky performance of the 49ers’ quarterback. Detroit’s effective running game aligns with a perceived weakness in the 49ers’ defense, offering the Lions a strategic advantage as they seek to secure a victory and advance to the Super Bowl.

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