Nick looks back to his preseason Super Bowl prediction and explains how he came to a 49ers-Chiefs Super Bowl matchup. Nick explains the Chiefs made their way to the AFC Championship game because the AFC West was a disappointment, Bills choked, rookies on defense improved and Patrick Mahomes stayed consistent. Nick explains the 49ers made it to the Championship Game because Brock Purdy heavily improved the offense, and their defense was top notch. Nick explains he is not hedging his preseason 50-1 bet ahead of the Championship Weekend.
There have only been four rookie quarterbacks to have ever played in a conference championship game and they have all combined to go 0-4. Nick voices his concerns for rookie quarterback Brock Purdy but explains he may be the outlier to win a game because he leads the 49ers with not only one of the best defenses in the league but also one of the best offenses. Nick argues the Eagles played a good game against the Giants in the Divisional Round but explains they may be unprepared to shut down the 49er s offense. Nick is committed in not believing in the Eagles and takes the 2.5-points for the 49ers.
Brock Purdy has the 49ers one step from the Super Bowl and making a case to be their full-time starter.
Before he was Mr. Irrelevant or the toast of the NFL, Brock Purdy studied his future team with a former Cyclones star.
Misleading headlines aside, Jalen Hurts is a MVP Finalist, and Craig Carton and Greg Jennings decide whether the Philadelphia Eagles' quarterback is getting the respect he deserves heading into the the NFC Championship game against Brock Purdy and the San Francisco 49ers. Watch as they dissect a quote from his teammate Dre Greenlaw on his QB's improvement, and how that quote has been misconstrued, and whether they believe Hurts will win the MVP Title after leading his team to a 14-3 season.