Democrat President Joe Biden lost again Sunday night when his pick for whom he would want to receive a pass from, Chiefs’ Quarterback Patrick Mahomes, lost the Super Bowl to the Buccaneers’ Tom Brady in a blowout in Tampa.
In a pre-Super Bowl interview with Norah O’Donnell of CBS News, Biden — the just-inaugurated 46th president of the United States — said he once dreamed of playing professional football.
“I had wild dreams,” Biden said. “They weren’t to be president; they were to be a flanker-back in the NFL.”
Biden declined to say who he wanted to win the game but did say he would rather catch passes from Mahomes than Brady.
“Obviously, Brady is a great quarterback,” Biden said. “Mahomes seems like he has a lot of potential. I’d probably take a shot with the young guy who (we) didn’t expect as much from.”
A 2003 Super Bowl winner sounded off on how the league is rigged to support the betting happening behind the scenes, and call the whole super into question.