Aiexpress – NFL Network analyst Peter Schrager has been on an impressive streak when it comes to making Super Bowl predictions.
Schrager’s predictions for the last five Super Bowl champions have been incredibly accurate, with documented evidence to back it up.
So, what does he think about the upcoming title game?
In his preseason prediction, Schrager foresaw the Kansas City Chiefs emerging triumphant over the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl. As fate would have it, both of these teams have managed to stay in the playoff race and will be competing in their respective conference championship games this weekend.
In September, Schrager confidently predicted that the Super Bowl matchup would be between the 49ers and the Chiefs. According to him, the Chiefs would emerge as the champions with a final score of 34-28. In a thrilling turn of events, Trent McDuffie, the second-year cornerback, would seal the victory for the Chiefs by returning an interception for a touchdown late in the fourth quarter.
In a recent interview with Barstool Sports’ “Pardon My Take,” Schrager confessed to having mixed feelings about this year’s pick.
“I find myself in a bit of a predicament as I immerse myself in the world of the Ravens. You see, my wife hails from Baltimore, and her father is a true-blue Ravens fanatic. To complicate matters further, my seven-year-old son has developed a deep admiration for Lamar Jackson and the team. So, I’m left with a decision to make: should I continue supporting the Chiefs or throw caution to the wind and wholeheartedly root for the Ravens?”
The AFC Championship game between the Chiefs and Ravens is scheduled for Sunday at 3 p.m. ET.