If you're a fan of American Football and the NFL, then you'll know that the Kansas City Chiefs made the playoffs this year. They face the Pittsburgh Steelers at home on Sunday in the AFC divisional playoff. The Chiefs are the number two seed and stand a fair chance of going to the Superbowl. Now, if you're not an NFL fan, you're probably wondering why we're feeding you all this gibberish. Well, it's because of Rakeem Nunez-Roches, the Belizean born Kansas City Defensive Tackle, who's become a fixture in KC's defensive rotation. He's the first born Belizean to play in the NFL and he was featured on his team's website. Here's what he told them about his Belizean background, and his winning spirit.
Sunday's game kicks off at 12:05 pm. We'll surely be watching.
Awesome Sauce!.... Gives me a playoff team to route for as Oakland lost their QB and Wild Card game.... Go Roches Wow, this also means that KC and Green Bay could play in the Super Bowl..... Rematch of the very first Superbowl.... It will be a fun day in San Pedro.