One Kansas City Chiefs player has recently taken over the airwaves with his future Super Bowl aspirations. Now, one of the greatest quarterbacks to play the game is agreeing with him.
Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill appeared on ESPN’s “First Take” on Thursday. He responded to an assertion made by his Kansas City teammate Chris Jones in a radio interview, where Jones said the Chiefs will win five Super Bowl rings in the coming years.
“Well, I’m not gonna say he’s telling a fib, But Chris Jones, he’s definitely —he’s definitely a man of his word,” Hill said. ”We’re definitely creating something special here in KC, so I don’t see why not. Why say five? Why not go seven rings? Right now, we’re just chasing (Michael) Jordan, so that’s what we do. So I’m going over five, and I’m saying seven.”
“Totally agree with [Tyreek Hill],” Brady wrote on Twitter. “Why not go seven rings…”
Brady, of course, is in pursuit of his seventh Super Bowl ring. He currently has six Super Bowl rings at age 42. Brady has no choice but to believe that someone can win seven Super Bowl rings because that’s exactly what he’s trying to do in his 21st NFL season.
If Brady can do it, then why not the Chiefs? They sport the best young quarterback in football and have a full complement of weapons under contract for the next several years. They have just as good of a chance as Brady had back when he won his first ring in Super Bowl XXXVI.