Sometimes, sports, that they have been written, seem to be predestined by a higher force.
If you believe in such things, the 2019 NFL season can only be one for you. No, I'm not talking about any kind of religious higher power.
I'm talking about Steve Miller Band, of course.
Confused? I am too, but hang out with me.
Like the USA Today's Doug Farrar and Yahoo! Sports Eric Edholm has been discussing a Twitter user discovered that the lyrics from Steve Miller Bands 1976 hit, "Rock & # 39; n", had apparently predicted the New England Patriots' latest flurry of Super Bowl
As the song goes:
Okay, let's give this a look.
The Patriots lost the Super Bowl XLII to the New York Giants in Glendale, Arizona, a suburb of Phoenix. Check. Pats then played the Seattle Seahawks, Philadelphia Eagles, Atlanta Falcons and LA Rams in four of the last five Super Bowls.
Check. Check. Check. Check.
The next Super Bowl opponent for the patriots appears to be based on the texts from Northern California. And we know it can't be Raiders.
So if Steve Miller Band is per excitement they seem to be, it means Jimmy Garoppolo and San Francisco 49ers will meet Tom Brady and Patriots in the Super Bowl Life at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami.
Of course, this ignores the fact that the song does not do it. There is no reference to the patriots' Super Bowl XLVI losses for the virgins who entered Indianapolis. But who wants to ruin the fun?
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Steve Miller Band is from San Francisco so if they pull the fate of fate, create a fight between Garoppolo and His former mentor is certainly an acceptable use of supernatural forces.
Much has to go right after the "Rock & # 39; n Me" prophecy to work, but things have gone awry. 19659009] We have to wait and see if "Rock & # 39; n Me" appears true, but until then you must not be suspicious and just keep rocking.