Jan 27, 2022
NFL Analyst Put on Blast for Uniformed Chiefs Comment
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Getty Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow throws the ball from the pocket against the Kansas City Chiefs defense.
We are officially three days away from the Kansas City Chiefs’ fourth straight AFC championship game.
Their opponents — the Cincinnati Bengals — are less familiar with this territory.Although the franchise had postseason runs in years past, it’s their first under head coach Zac Taylor and quarterback Joe Burrow.
This conference title matchup will also be held at Arrowhead Stadium, not Paul Brown Stadium. Despite all this, some NFL analysts seem to be talking about the Chiefs like they’re the underdog since KC lost to Cincy in Week 17.
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On the January 27 segment of Good Morning Football, analysts Cris Carter and Kyle Brandt discussed the upcoming battle in the AFC final based on the talking point: “How significant is the Bengals win over the Chiefs in Week 17?”
How significant is the Bengals win over the Chiefs in Week 17?
@KyleBrandt: "What is especially relevant to me is the Chiefs didn't make any mistakes in that game and they still lost." pic.twitter.com/VvfUzx3FVY
— Good Morning Football (@gmfb) January 27, 2022
Carter called it an opportunity for the Bengals to feel out the Chiefs. “That’s what Cincinnati was able to do in a must-win situation for Kansas City,” he said. “You can’t make any excuses, everything was on the table. Cincinnati, they stood up… and they were able to do what Buffalo couldn’t do, they didn’t leave Patrick Mahomes any time on the clock.”
He continued: “These are young players that were great in college and now they’re getting their taste of being good at pro football, and it’s significant. When you go up against the Bradys, the Mahomes, the Rodgers, and you get some success? That’s significant. These young kids, they smell the blood in the water and they’re suddenly [like] I want to get more of that.”
That led to the comments in question. Brandt followed Carter, stating: “I think it has to be relevant, really has to be relevant, because what’s especially relevant to me is the Chiefs didn’t make any mistakes in that game and they still lost. Like, the Bengals beat Serena [Williams] and she had no unforced errors. There were no Chiefs turnovers in that game.”
Brandt went on to note that Mahomes is 20-3 all-time in games where he doesn’t turn the ball over. Before long, these remarks caught the attention of a Chiefs expert on Twitter, however.
KC radio host Brandon Kiley of “BK & Ferrario” and “The Danny Mac Show” wrote: “The Chiefs went with a zero blitz on 3rd & 27. They had 10 penalties for 83 yards, including one which wiped out a kickoff return for a touchdown & six (!!!) which led directly to Bengals first downs.”
The #Chiefs went with a zero blitz on 3rd & 27. They had 10 penalties for 83 yards, including one which wiped out a kickoff return for a touchdown & six (!!!) which led directly to Bengals first downs. https://t.co/NgCRThRsrw
— Brandon Kiley (@BKSportsTalk) January 27, 2022
Kiley added in a separate tweet: “Other than that, of course, the Chiefs were perfect and had no mistakes.”
‘BK’ is right on the money here. Maybe Mahomes didn’t throw any interceptions or lose any fumbles but this football team was far from perfect in Week 17 and they definitely did not play mistake-free as Brandt alleged.
They led by two touchdowns three different times in this game before blowing it late with penalties and defensive errors. There were also one or two calls that went Cincinnati’s way late in the game.
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We’ve seen this story hundreds of times in the NFL. The Bengals are the new kids on the block with the chip on their shoulder and after Week 17, they finally have the hype and support of the media.
The Chiefs are the modern-day juggernaut though, and Mahomes is the AFC’s new Brady. Until you beat the kings in a playoff game, the crown does not shift.
That’s not fandom talk, that’s a fact of the NFL world. This is nothing like Week 17, where Kansas City got out to a 14-0 lead before shooting themselves in the foot. This is a postseason matchup in a global spotlight and by the way, it’ll be played in front of the full-forced intensity of Chiefs Kingdom.
KC is still the favorite in this game and they should be, but there isn’t a player alive that doesn’t enjoy being looked at as the underdog. If the media is going to give this Chiefs roster reason to believe they’re being labeled as such at home, that’s extra motivation that both sides don’t need.READ NEXT:
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I’m David Beckham’s PT – here’s how Golden Balls’ workout can blast your belly fat fast
DAVID Beckham made his name through football, which also helped him stay in shape.
But after retiring from the game, it was still key for the 47-year-old to hold on to the physique he had built over his career.4Personal trainer Gunnar Peterson (left) has devised a workout plan with former football legend, David Beckham (right)Credit: Jam Press 4Becks is pictured above getting a sweat on as part of the DB45 workout programme at F45 studiosCredit: Jam Press 4The workout includes functional exercises as well as agility and allows those who take part to train like the iconic athleteCredit: Jam Press
The Sun previously revealed how his wife and fashion designer, Victoria, 47, stays in shape with the use of equipment like the TRX.
But now it's the turn of husband David and this is where personal trainer Gunnar Peterson comes in, who has been at the forefront of creating workouts that have been influenced by Golden Balls' career.
Gunnar has a host of celebrity clients including Kim Kardashian, JLo and he also helped Rebel Wilson in her 'year of health'.
The chief of athletics at F45 training has now created a workout alongside Becks which can help blast belly fat with a 4:4:2 class formation.Read more on fitnessWORK IT OUT I'm a PT and here's how to get rid of belly fat using a tea towel and cushionFITNESS LEGEND I worked out like Chrissy Teigen - here's what training like a celeb is like
This signature workout is dubbed DB45 and allows those who take part to train just like the iconic athlete.
The 59-year-old PT said: "DB45 combines exercises David used in training throughout his career.
"The workout incorporates explosive, power-focused, multi-directional exercises.”
The workout focusses on typical football positions including goal, defence, mid-field, and attack.Most read in HealthHEAVY WEIGHT I was plagued by my 38H boobs - they were so big I couldn’t even WALK properlyVIRAL SPREAD Fears monkeypox could be SEXUALLY transmissible after outbreak of 7 casesTROPICAL VIRUS Everything you need to know about monkeypox as cases spread in the UKNUMBER TWO I'm a tummy doc - here’s how often you should do a number two (don't hold it in)
Gunnar explained: "Station 1 is always a cardio machine. Station 2 through to Station 5 will include functional exercises. In the mid-field you will see multi-directional cardio and agility exercise.
“The exercises in Stations 6 – Stations 9 will challenge even the fittest members by moving them forward, backwards, side to side, on the ground and off the ground.
"Stations 10 and 11 are attacking positions with further emphasis on keeping agile.”
Timings alternative between 32 seconds of work, 15 seconds of rest, and 23 seconds of work, followed by 20 seconds of rest.
Then athletes will complete the ultimate finisher, with 7 x 30 seconds of bodyweight exercises.BEND IT LIKE BECKS
When creating the programme, Gunnar said lots of features from the football pitch were tied in.
He explained: "For example, the format mimics a 4:4:2 football formation, with stations representing typical football positions including goal, defence, mid-field, and attack.
"The programming will reflect the style of training that pertains to these positions.
"There are also certain aspects that highlight David’s career as well, for example: the workouts' timings reflect the jersey numbers throughout his iconic career."
However, Gunnar added that David's physique isn't all down to F45.
"F45 is a new style of training that he has been introduced to which he thoroughly enjoys and believes in.
"F45 really is designed for everyone – from the fittest of athletes to your regular member.
"The programming and workout design always include regressions or progressions to challenge members to the correct level", he said.Read More on The SunJOB WELL DONE I’m a parenting expert - signs that determine what job your kid will excel at
Working out on a regular basis, taking part in high intensity training like this class, and being in a calorie deficit can contribute to weight loss.
F45 offers trial memberships with drop in sessions costing £25. You can get a 14 day trial for £39.4The workouts aren't for the faint-hearted and Becks is pictured above after one of his sessionsCredit: Jam Press
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