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Dez Bryant Predicts Which Team Will Win Super Bowl


Dez Bryant #88 of the Baltimore Ravens warms up before the AFC Divisional Playoff game against the Buffalo Bills at Bills Stadium on January 16, 2021 in Orchard Park, New York.
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For a moment during the 2023 NFL season, it looked like the Kansas City Chiefs would be watching the Super Bowl from home because of their lackluster offense.

The Chiefs’ wide receiver room left much to be desired as players like Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Kadarius Toney seemingly cost the team a couple of wins.

However, Patrick Mahomes and Andy Reid were able to troubleshoot their issues and have Kansas City back in position to win another championship.

There are numerous storylines for this Super Bowl, including the revenge factor for the San Francisco 49ers, who haven’t forgotten about their heartbreaking loss in Super Bowl LIV.

While San Francisco has all the talent and coaching to end Kansas City’s reign, people like Dez Bryant aren’t completely sold.

In a video shared on Twitter, Bryant picked the Chiefs to win it all.

“Told Banks Chiefs winning today!” Bryant tweeted.

Bryant pointed out that Taylor Swift played into his decision, a popular opinion amongst fans because of her relationship with Travis Kelce.

The Chiefs winning would put a bow on all the attention Kelce and Swift have been getting, though the play on the field will ultimately determine the game.

Interestingly enough, San Francisco is considered the betting favorite and that’s largely in part to their consistency throughout the past few months.

Fans are in for an exciting matchup between two teams worthy of winning it all.


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