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Monday, February 13, 2023
Sportsman of the Week Ending 2/12/2023
In what is one of the best Super Bowls in recent memory, there were many heroes on the winning team but not often do defensive players get recognized. But we will do just that. Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Nick Bolton did everything possible to stop the offensive machine that was the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LVII. Including score a touchdown. Almost two TDs (a second score was overturned). And lead the team in tackles with 8 solo tackles, nine total. In a game of offenses, Bolton showed why defense mattered. At risk of the Eagles going up two touchdowns, he pressured Jalen Hurts then scooped a fumble and tied the game at 14. The halftime score that was 24-14 in reality would have been nearly insurmountable had it been 24-7 or even 31-7. The Fly Eagles Fly would have happened. Instead it was just close enough for the Chiefs offense to fire back in the second half and win on the final series for their second Super Bowl in four years. The Kansas City Chiefs are a dynasty, but it's different players, like Nick Bolton, who make it happen. A worthy Sportsman of the Week!
Posted by longhorndave at 9:13 PM
Labels: Jalen Hurts, Kansas City, Kansas City Chiefs, LHD_PotW, Nick Bolton, Philadelphia Eagles, Super Bowl 50, Super Bowl LVII
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