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Super Bowl LIV: Chiefs and 49ers quarterbacks represent a new offensive era ? but can it last?


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SOURCE: https://www.nbcnews.com/think/opinion/super-bowl-liv-chiefs-49ers-quarterbacks-represent-new-offensive-era-ncna1127521
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But they’re not going to look like that much longer.This site is protected by recaptcha Privacy Policy | Terms of ServiceThe game of football has changed in recent years, turning away from big, lumbering, rocket-armed types like Brady and Manning and toward more nimble players like Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (the 2018 NFL MVP), Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson (this year’s unanimous MVP) and Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray (this year's offensive rookie of the year). Quarterback has long been the position with the longest lasting career; the way offenses run now, that’s changing too.Brady and Peyton Manning were cut from the same cloth of past stars like John Elway and Dan Marino; they were big, tall, mostly immobile (and almost always white) quarterbacks who stood in the pocket as long as they could and used their Howitzer-like arms to deliver the ball to receivers in stride. It’s the primary reason offense has exploded across the NFL: They’re just playing the game differently.Players like Mahomes, Jackson and Murray would likely not have played quarterback two decades ago.

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