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Super Bowl LIV/NFL podcast with Joe Hawkes:
#1 What is one of the things that you look forward to in watching Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes. He is expected to be throwing all day and he is one of the best being mobile and getting rid of the ball.
#2 In Mahomes last game against the Tennessee Titans he threw for 23 for 35 and 294 yards and three touchdowns
#3 San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo was only six for eight 77 yards against the Green Bay Packers last week and still won. Can Garoppolo throw that way again and get away with it.
#4 Mahomes has been lights out all season long and the oddsmakers say this Sunday Mahomes should be no different
#5 J Hawkes takes a look at how this game shakes out and his pick for Super Bowl LIV Joe says he has the 49ers winning this game 35-28.
Joe Hawkes did NFL analysis all season long for http://www.sportsradioservice.com
San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan addresses the press on media day in Miami before Super Bowl LIV (photo by Shawn McCullough Sports Radio Service )
On the Super Bowl LIV/San Francisco 49ers podcast:
#1 San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan was noted to said he spoke to a Navy Seal that told him don’t let the enemy reach the surface for any air and a good example of that was when the 49ers didn’t give an inch to the Green Bay Packers in their last game in their NFC Championship victory 37-20.
#2 There’s a lot of comparisons that the 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo will not get nearly as many completions as Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes on Sunday and that Mahomes can move the pocket or carry in either case.
#3 Patrick Mahomes during media day said that his biggest influence was former teammate and quarterback Alex Smith who took Mahomes under his wing and show him plays and the way around quarterbacking in the NFL
#4 Some critics say that current San Francisco 49er Dee Ford who was with the Chiefs last season was call for lining up in the neutral zone that nullified a interception that some say led to the Chiefs loss. Head coach Andy Reid said it wasn’t Dee’s fault and that it was everybody’s fault the Chiefs were just four inches short
#5 Sad news Hall of Famer and former San Francisco 49er Chris Doleman died at age 58, Doleman a had brain cancer that was similar to former Senator John McCain. Doleman played for the 49ers between 1996-98.
Joe Lami does the 49ers podcasts each Friday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com