Super Bowl LIV will be a matchup between two franchises with little in common aside from their near-identical Pantone color schemes.
The five-time champion San Francisco 49ers are making their seventh Super Bowl appearance and their second in seven years; the Kansas City Chiefs have won just one Lombardi Trophy and did so before it was even called the Lombardi Trophy, back during the 1969 season.
San Francisco and Kansas City have never played each other in the postseason and have faced off just 13 times in the regular season; the 49ers have a one-game lead in the head-to-head.
The two organizations share nary a history, except for one player, Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Montana.
This gives him good odds for one of his teams to win.
He was more than happy to make a prediction:
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