Devin White: It was the leaders themselves’ fault for not helping them intervene

Devin White: It was the leaders themselves' fault for not helping them intervene

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Super Bowl continues to generate a stream of comment and analysis, much of it coming from the people involved in the case.

Pirate-back Devin WhiteThe player I would have voted for best player, appeared on FS1’s Undisputed To discuss the game. Shannon asked Sharp White if he had been surprised by the Superiors’ failure to provide additional assistance to their line of attack.

“We knew they were going to be a cocky team, and they had every right to be,” White said. “It was crime No. 1 in the entire National Football League. But the thing is, we knew they couldn’t stop us. We knew the front four would dominate them. So they gave us a favor.” They played in our hands.

“We’re not going to be that cocky team like, ‘Hey, we’re going to play them on Cover One, we’re going to shut them down. “Our best guys matched their best buddies. We were going to make it a team, team win over defense, and that’s what we did man. So at the end of the day, they shouldn’t even talk about no offensive tackles when they weren’t even helping them. They put them on the islands themselves with the best.” “Pass attackers are in the game. So that’s their fault.”

Actually it was. The Chiefs only used five Brackets 92% of the time. Chiefs relied on quarterback ability Patrick Mahomes To escape pressure – and eventually ran 497 yards before throwing or hitting the ball.

While always having the Mahomes will make the bosses fit, they have some work to do to stay on top of the defenses as they figure out how to defend the best attack in the game.

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