The Kansas City Chiefs have been scheming their game plan against the Philadelphia Eagles ahead of their Super Bowl matchup on Sunday.
All throughout this week, members of the Chiefs have been berated with questions from NFL media, both pertaining to the Super Bowl, and the NFL as a whole.
Last night, defensive star Chris Jones was asked about his favorite opposing quarterback to sack.
I think the Chiefs might actually hate the Bengals even more than their own division rivals lmao https://t.co/yuHGabFoAK
— Brett Kollmann (@BrettKollmann) February 8, 2023
Without missing a beat, Jones mentioned that Joe Burrow was his favorite quarterback to sack.
Burrow, of course, is the Cincinnati Bengals’ quarterback, a team that the Chiefs have been rivals with since he entered the league.
The Bengals were 3-0 in Burrow’s first three starts against the Chiefs, but the Chiefs were able to get their revenge in the AFC Championship.
While the Chiefs share a division with Justin Herbert and the Los Angeles Chargers, it appears that they feel a stronger rivalry with the Bengals.
Of course, the Chargers haven’t been nearly as good as the Bengals have.
If the Chargers continue to grow and develop as an organization, and if Herbert continues to progress, their rivalry is likely to get stronger with time.
For now, while the Chiefs are very much focused on their matchup with the Eagles, Burrow and the Bengals are also fresh on their minds.
The good news for NFL fans is that both the Chiefs and the Bengals will likely contend for the top spot in the AFC for the foreseeable future, providing entertaining storylines for years to come.
For now, let’s look forward to enjoying this Super Bowl.NEXT: Chiefs Fan Remembers An Important Piece Of Mahomes' Success