Extinct NFL participant Jeremy Lincoln weighs in on Worthy Bowl LIV storylines with Ed Henry

By | February 2, 2020

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Retired NFL soccer passe Jeremy Lincoln joined “The United States’s News Headquarters” host Ed Henry Saturday on the eve of the Worthy Bowl to present his take on about a of the storylines surrounding the championship game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers.

Henry and Lincoln discussed Chiefs head coach Andy Reid, who’s the sentimental accepted, having never won the spacious game and shedding his oldest son Garrett to drug dependancy in 2012.


“You realize, I contemplate all individuals’s someplace, come what would possibly, whether or now not [or not] you are now not rooting for the Chiefs, but you root for Coach Reed,” Lincoln talked about. “And I contemplate [it’ll] be a huge thing if he does protect his first one, which potential of, you perceive, he became as soon as coach and head coach as soon as I became as soon as playing within the leisurely ’90s, early 2000s.”

Lincoln, who performed cornerback for five teams for the interval of a profession that spanned seven seasons, additionally spoke of 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan, whose father won two Worthy Bowl championships as head coach of John Elway’s Denver Broncos within the leisurely ’90s.

“I contemplate he’s a proud father and or now not it is a proud second for the Shanahan family, as effectively,” Lincoln talked about.

The earlier defensive participant wants to take into accout that protection would possibly be the principle for the eventual winner.

“Defense wins games, wins championships, true? That’s the mantra. That’s the asserting for us,” Lincoln talked about. “Nonetheless, you perceive, or now not it is received be a stunning game to search for.”


Lincoln predicted mistakes early on within the sport, and then talked about the impact of having two weeks off earlier than the championship.

“I contemplate you are going to peek some mistakes early,” Lincoln added. “Groups taking two weeks off often can ruin one group larger than others.”