Super Bowl LVII to Feature Two Christian Quarterbacks

Next Sunday’s Super Bowl LVII between the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs will feature a fight of faith between two quarterbacks who identify as publicly Christian.

Super Bowl LVII to Feature Two Christian Quarterbacks

Jalen Hurts, the quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles, claims that he makes an effort to keep his faith front and center and attributes all of his athletic success to God.

Hurts declares, “I’ve just grown up and learned that God is everything, and he’s worthy of the honor.” “He must be the focal point of whatever you do. That is what I think.

He said, “God only made me one way. That’s to be me, the Jalen Hurt.

Super Bowl LVII to Feature Two Christian Quarterbacks

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback said, “I just go out there every day, and I am who I am, and I keep God in the center. He continued, I give Him all the praise, I lean on Him all the time, and I know that everything unfolds the way it’s supposed to.” 

Hurts will meet another openly Christian athlete, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, on Sunday. They will meet at the Super Bowl’s Opening Night event at Footprint Center in Phoenix. Mahomes told reporters on Monday that his Christian religion plays a very significant role in everything he does.”

Mahomes added, “I mean, I constantly pray to God to show me the right path and to allow me to be who I am for His name.” The Super Bowl is a great stage that He has given me, so it plays a part in everything I do, and I want to make sure I’m glorifying Him while I do it.

On January 29, when the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20 in the AFC Championship Game, the quarterback also cited God as his source of courage and stability.

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After the game, which required playing with an ankle sprain, he said, “First of all, I want to thank God who made my body battle-ready this week,”

Thanking God has been a constant in Mahomes’ career and life. After winning his first regular season MVP in 2018-2019, he thanked God by saying, “without God, none of this would even be here.”

Mahomes told reporters that faith has always been with him. He also said, “I understand that God has given me a lot of blessings in my life, and I’m trying to maximize them and glorify Him.”

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