Listen to "Blue Rush," "Gang is all there": How Chiefs, Andy Reid ended the Super Bowl drought


Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs celebrate with the Vince Lombardi Trophy after winning the Super Bowl 2020.

The Kansas City Chiefs' 50-year wait for a Super Bowl is over. It is a special podcast of "Gang & # 39; s All Here" and "Blue Rush" directed by Jimmy Failla and me. The host of "Gang’s All Here" and the beat writer Brian Costello from Jets take part in the show to get a reaction after the game.

We have Coz in Miami, Jimmy in New York and I'm doing the Moneyline Sportsbook show at Borgata in Atlantic City. Jimmy and I open the show and talk about the Chiefs' late rally. We won 31-20 after a 10-point gap and Andy Reid finally got his first Lombardi trophy as head coach. We're discussing the gaming side of the game, which included some devastating prop bet losses from you. We also talk about how incredible Shakira and Jennifer Lopez's halftime show was.

Coz gets involved in the show to find out what exactly happened to the 49ers after they were ready for a title. He also talks about Patrick Mahomes taking the Super Bowl MVP home, although Damien Williams probably deserved more. Coz takes us into the atmosphere during the unforgettable half-time show.

Borgata sports and gaming director Tom Gable joins me and our own Samantha Previte from sports betting. We look at some of the numbers on the Super Bowl betting page and how some of the prop bets worked.

Subscribe to the podcast in Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts, and find out all the episodes of "Blue Rush". The next episode of the podcast will appear in the week of March 9th and preview the free agency NFL.

Subscribe to "Gang’s All Here" on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. The next episode of the show comes in the week of March 9th before the NFL Free Agency begins. You can follow moderator Brian Costello on Twitter @BrianCoz and keep me up to date on @JakeBrownRadio.