Here’s what former Chiefs OL Stefen Wisniewski thinks Super Bowl LVII should be called

Super Bowl LVII has had several different names.

Because of Andy Reid having coached both the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles, we’ve heard it dubbed “The Andy Reid Bowl.” With Travis Kelce and Jason Kelce becoming the first brothers to face off in Super Bowl history, we’ve heard it called “The Kelce Bowl.”

Well, one former NFL player He believes the game should be named after him, and he has a good argument. Former Eagles and Chiefs offensive lineman Stefen Wisniewski took to Twitter on Monday to petition NFL fans to call Super Bowl LVII by the “Wisniewski Bowl” moniker.

So, what’s his argument? Wisniewski is only player to have won Super Bowl LII with Philadelphia (2017-18) and Super Bowl LIV together with Kansas City (2019-20). He shared a picture on Twitter with both his Super Bowl rings as well as his sideline caps.

You can check it out:

This is yet another example of how these teams are bound together in advance of Super Bowl LVII, no matter what they call it.


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Story originally appeared on Chiefs Wire

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