Sammy Watkins credits Davante Adams for showing way to beat Richard Sherman

Feb 4, 2020 at 10:00 PM--


Sammy Watkins‘s 38-yard reception behind San Francisco 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman set up the go-ahead touchdown for the Kansas City Chiefs in their 31-20 victory in Super Bowl LIV on Sunday. Watkins was able to beat Sherman to the inside off of the line of scrimmage as Patrick Mahomes lofted a pass down the right [more]
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