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Psychic Predicts Chiefs Will Return To Super Bowl In 2021


We’re getting to the point in the NFL offseason where people are begining to make predictions so here at Arrowhead Addict, we decided to consult some professionals on just how well the Kansas City Chiefs will do this year and beyond.

Yep, we talked to some psychics.

I know what you are thinking. You probably think all psychic’s are frauds and that nobody can predict the future.

I’ll tell you, I don’t know if there are really people out there that can predict the future but I do know that if there are, I’m certainly not one of them. You need only look at my 2012 preseason predictions to know that.

So who am I to call anyone else’s prediction BS? Right or wrong, instead of trying to figure out all this stuff ourselves, let’s let our friends in the prediction business help us out. At best we’ll be prepared for the future and at worst, we’ll have some fun.

I asked a series of questions involving the Chiefs and their fortunes and a group of Psychic’s and Astrologists were kind enough to do some readings.

Now, let’s get down to business and find out the answer to the question we all want to know.

When will the Chiefs return to the Super Bowl?

The big question on everyone’s mind is, when will the Chiefs finally win another Super Bowl? Andy Reid got very close in Philly but was never able to win the big game. While in KC, will Andy Reid lead the Chiefs to their first Super Bowl victory since Super Bowl IV?

All but unanimously, the psychics predicted that the Chiefs will heal, with much of that slow process beginning this year. Two of Hollywood Psychics’ advisors Champagne and Quinn both agree that it will take two seasons for the Chiefs to be back in playoff form, but the Super Bowl may be three years away. Psychic Winter, however, does not see a Super Bowl in the Chief’s future until 2021.

The general consensus is that Reid will have a positive impact on the team and they will improve — however, management will have to cede some level of control to the former Philadelphia Eagles coach. So long as the front office doesn’t get impatient with Reid, the Chiefs will have a bright future.

Most importantly, as noted by Champagne, “The team needs to metaphysically heal.” While the Chiefs dealt with the tragedy surrounding Jovan Belcher, quite literally, in their own backyard, new coach Andy Reid also suffered a terrible loss last year with the death of his son. Their respective tragedies may help unite Reid and the Chiefs in moving towards common goals of healing their hearts and repairing the Chiefs’ gridiron reputation.

2021? I am not sure how I feel about that. On one hand, it is nice to know the Chiefs will make it back to the Super Bowl before I die (lest I fall victim to an untimely death) but the prediction doesn’t even say if they will WIN in 2021! Just that they will make it back.

I much prefer the prediction from Champagne and Quinn that the Chiefs could be just three years from the Super Bowl. I am not thrilled that the playoffs are two years away but if it means a Super Bowl in year three, I am all for it.

We will have plenty of more predictions this week, including information on Branden Albert, Eric Fisher, Jamaal Charles, Knile Davis and more.

What do you think, Addicts? Will the Chiefs be in the Super Bowl in three years or in, gulp, 2021?

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  • Austin Wagner

    This article is great… I haven’t considered metaphysical healing in any of my offseason drought reading. I don’t even know what that means but it sounds important!

    • http://www.arrowheadaddict.com Patrick Allen

      When you are as desperate for a winner as us Chiefs fans, sometimes you need to turn to alternative methods. =)

  • Stacy D. Smith

    You will meet a tall, dark stranger.

    • Stacy D. Smith

      You will call that strange man, Shaquille.

  • Chris Tarrants

    You should have asked them when Manning will retire or get injured again so that we know when to get excited about our chances in the division

    • http://www.arrowheadaddict.com Patrick Allen

      Yeah I didn’t think of that.

  • chiefridgy

    How about we just go to the playoffs and the Super Bowl this year?

    • http://www.arrowheadaddict.com Patrick Allen

      I’m down

  • Craig Martinez

    Thought I’d take it a step further by questioning an online crystal ball. Question: Will the Kansas City Chiefs make the playoffs this season?

    The Crystal Ball says:

    Probably not. Don’t worry – the Crystal Ball knows you can stay on the right
    path with time, dedication, and good, old-fashioned elbow grease!

    Dammit!

  • jimfromkcj

    You don’t need a crystal ball or a wee gee board to understand that all the hating in the world is not going to make the Chiefs a winner. As long as Elway is hitting them out of the park in getting top notch players and keeping the Broncos cap friendly and they have one of the best ever QB’s and possibly one of the best ever pass rushers, the Chiefs making the playoffs is just a dream.

  • jimfromkcj

    One of the things that amazes me is so many poster who are saying pay the man, and have no idea what overpaying does for the future of our team. While going through the cap of the Chiefs, I was especially reminded of this. Does anyone have any idea what a hole Bowe’s contract has put the chiefs in? He has 20 million in dead money. That is a killer. If he breaks a leg and never plays again, we will have to eat that 20 mill.