I was listening to the R2C2 podcast this morning (www.uninterrupted.com) and CC Sabathia made a great comment that I one had not heard before and two completely blew me away. With all of the focus these days on Black QB’s and the NFL communities reluctance to accept them as true QB’s why hasn’t the media talked more about Patrick Mahomes being only the 3rd black QB to ever win a Super Bowl? Especially in 2020 when all things considered we are seeing the NFL transitioning from the Bradys, Brees, Mannings, and Rivers of the world to the Mahomes, Watsons, Jacksons, and Wilsons of the world? In theory this was the year of the black QB was it not? We had an MVP, a Super Bowl Champ, and another that could potentially win the Rookie of the Year. It makes no sense and I am curious as to whether this is the media focusing more on Andy Reid and the Chiefs finally winning one or the NFL is just blatantly missing out on a huge opportunity to anoint a new face of the NFL and appeal to the communities that it has continuously clashed with as well as pretends to appeal to? It’s a weird message that I can’t seem to wrap my head around. It doesn’t matter how you feel about the Colin Kaepernick situation but I feel like the NFL missed a huge opportunity to further distance itself from that topic and capitalize on the changing face of the NFL.