KC Chiefs can have say in Colorado football HC Deion Sanders' Super Bowl LIX prediction: Analyst


Cowboys Country's Mike Fisher believes that the Kansas City Chiefs have a say in Colorado football head coach Deion Sanders' prediction that one of his former teams, the Baltimore Ravens, are Super Bowl LIX locks due to the offseason signing of Derrick Henry.

"Sanders is essentially indicating he thinks 'it's all over for the rest of the league' because this signing can push the Ravens up and over the top toward a Super Bowl championship ... though obviously, the team that kept them from doing so this year, Patrick Mahomes' Kansas City Chiefs, will have say in this," Fisher prefaced before saying, "But it's true, that on paper, even at age 30, Henry (who ran for 1,167 yards on 280 carries last year) teaming with Jackson (who is a dual threat who won the NFL MVP last year) might cause some league defenses to say a prayer before they face the Ravens."

Certainly, Henry giving the Ravens a running back who could surpass Jackson in yardage, something that hasn't been done since his rookie season when he played seven games, makes Baltimore a next-level threat. Winning back-to-back Super Bowls is something only eight NFL franchises have done, though the Pittsburgh Steelers have done it twice.

Colorado football head coach Deion Sanders' other Super Bowl LIX prediction: Lil Wayne as musical guest

Sanders not only has a prediction for the team that can win the Super Bowl, but he has an idea of who can perform at halftime too: Lil Wayne, who Coach Prime advocated for as Super Bowl LVIII was still going on.

"NFL, I fully expect (Lil Wayne) to be apart of the 2025 (Super Bowl) in New Orleans," Deion Sanders tweeted during the Super Bowl LVIII halftime show featuring Usher. "Thank you in advance. Much Love, Coach Prime."

Sanders getting his way would certainly lead to an entertaining Super Bowl in 2025; from the game to the halftime show and everything in between.