Monday, December 28, 2015

50 111 | Kansas City Super Bowl? After World Series? (ESPN Hype)

It is #11s 11th season this year (#11, Alex Smith, above)

Recall that Kansas City Royals just won the 111th World Series over the New York Mets.  Here is some ESPN hype for a possible Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl...

Should this happen, just remember the NFL is a QB driven league, and the Chiefs have a little "111 Magic" of their own playing the position.

Alex = 1+12+5+24 = 42
Smith = 19+13+9+20+8 = 69
Alex Smith = 111

Alex Smith was drafted #1 overall by the San Francisco 49ers in the 2005 NFL draft.  The San Francisco 49ers are hosting Super Bowl 50 this year.  If Smith were to make it to the big game, it would be quite a statement.

With regards to his 111 name gematria, many 49er fans still remember his rookie season where he was forced into the starting position, finishing the year with 1 TD and 11 INTs.  Notice the 1-11.

Like the Broncos, the Chiefs are in their 55th year of existence.  The team originally began as the Dallas Texans, started by Hank Stram.  The last time the team won the Super Bowl was in 1970, Super Bowl IV, played on January 11, or 1/11.


Turns out Chiefs are a nice fit for '50', as in Super Bowl 50.  Recall, the Chiefs were in the first ever Super Bowl, against the Packers, at the end of the '66 Season.

Chiefs = 3+8+9+5+6+19 = 50
Fifty = 6+9+6+20+25 = 66

At the beginning of the season, the Packers and Chiefs played on MNF, with a game ending in a sum of '66' points.  This year, the 49ers are hosting the Super Bowl, after being in the NFL for '66 years.