Chris DeCicco, Joe DeCicco Jr. and John DeCicco Jr., DeCicco & Sons, deciccoandsons.com
Kansas City Chiefs 28, San Francisco 49ers 24

JOHN: “So guys, I know we have all these awesome sales for the big game. But who’s gonna win?”

CHRIS: “Well, I think San Francisco has the better beers and their defense just can’t be stopped.”

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JOE: “Hold on, you can’t forget about Kansas City’s awesome barbecue and high powered offense.”

JOHN: “Both good arguments! But every drought must come to an end, and I say the DeCicco family picks Kansas City to win the big game in a high scoring shootout after waiting 50 long years!”

Mike Meadows, head coach, Lakeland
Kansas City Chiefs 31, San Francisco 49ers 24

I think the 49ers’ offense will have trouble keeping up with the Kansas City offense because San Francisco is so dependent on the running game. It will be hard to keep up if the 49ers fall behind.

Frank Miele, athletic director, Mahopac Schools
Kansas City Chiefs 36, San Francisco 49ers 28

Mahopac alum Dave Toub (assistant head coach and special teams coordinator) will help lead the Chiefs to victory.

Mario Martirano, HECM loan specialist, Reverse Mortgage Funding LLC, NMLS ID #64064, 855-763-7334, mmartirano@reversefunding.com
Kansas City Chiefs, 34, San Francisco 49ers 20

We all know defense wins championships and the 49ers have been very good stifling opponents on that side of ball. However, Patrick Mahomes has shown himself to be next level great quarterback and leader! He is exciting to watch. In this one, I feel offense will control the outcome. It should be a fun Super Bowl to watch!

Joseph Spagnolo, head coach, Iona Preparatory School, 914-632-0714, pr@ionaprep.org, @IonaPrep (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter)
Kansas City Chiefs 31, San Francisco 49ers 27

Kansas City has gotten off to slow starts throughout the playoffs, and that’s worth keeping an eye on to see if the trend continues. The game within the game will be when the potent Chiefs offense has the ball against the stout 49ers defense. Whomever wins the majority of those battles will hoist the Lombardi Trophy.

Dylan Smith, running back, Yorktown High School
San Francisco 49ers 34, Kansas City Chiefs 31

The 49ers are used to flying out of the gate. Their pass rush is incredibly dangerous.

Mike McDonough, VP, and Mark Thompson, sales, Jilco Window Corporation, 914-248-6100, jilcowindow.com
Kansas City Chiefs 37, San Francisco 49ers 34

After careful consideration, and hours spent combing through statistical analysis, the JILCO team feels that the team that gets to wear their RED jerseys will be victorious!

Tom Newman, owner, T3 Logo Wear Promo Apparel, 914-628-2020, info@t3logowear.com
San Francisco 49ers 23, Kansas City Chiefs 20

On the 25th anniversary of their victory in Super Bowl XXIX led by MVP Steve Young, the 49ers will win again.

Dan DeMatteo, Block and Tackle Youth Football Camp, 914-438-0426, @block_tackle_fb (Twitter)
San Francisco 49ers 35, Kansas City Chiefs 31

Both teams have great offensives that can score. I think the difference will be San Francisco’s defense.

Julie Austin, resident, Drum Hill Senior Living Community, 914-788-8860, drumhillseniorliving.com
San Francisco 49ers 24, Kansas City Chiefs 14

I really am not up on football, but I predict the 49ers will win. Good luck to both.

Dan Belfi, athletic director, Lakeland Schools
San Francisco 31 Kansas City 27

Patrick Mahomes is an incredible talent and very fun to watch, but the combination of San Francisco’s strong run game and elite defense might be too much for him to overcome. I like San Francisco to get some stops when needed and to raise the Lombardi Trophy.

Jonathan Schneider (and his family), Schneider Financial Group, 845-628-5400, sfgtaxes.com
Kansas City Chiefs 42, San Francisco 49ers 31

After seeing the final play of the Chiefs’ last drive of the first half in the conference final, I’m all in on the Chiefs and team Mahomes. With the additional threats of Hill and Kelce, this team will be tough to beat. In the end, I’m predicting two things, Chiefs over 49ers, 42-31, and a great game to watch for everyone. Hopefully the commercials will get back to being great, too.

Charlie Balancia, running back, Somers High School
Kansas City Chiefs 24, San Francisco 49ers 17

Patty Mahomes, Travis Kelce and Tyreek Hill will overwhelm the 49ers defense. The Chiefs defense will shut down the 49ers rushing attack as they did so against Derrick Henry in the AFC Championship.

Roman Catalino, athletic director, Somers Schools
San Francisco 49ers 24, Kansas City Chiefs 21

San Francisco’s defense, led by DE Nick Bosa, will be the difference.

Joseph J. Tock, Law Offices of Joseph J. Tock, 800-869-8080, tocklaw.com
Kansas City Chiefs 37, San Francisco 49ers 31

Patrick Mahomes, who has re-invented the position of quarterback, will target Kelce all day. As a die-hard long-suffering Jets fan, I miss the glory days of Namath to Maynard and Sauer.

Chris Powers, VP and COO, Hudson River Financial Federal Credit Union, 914-526-4015, ext. 14, cpowers@hudsonriverfinancial.org 
Kansas City Chiefs 34, San Francisco 49ers 28

This year’s Super Bowl should be an exciting one, a powerful Chiefs offense vs. a strong 49ers defense. I think Mahomes and company will ultimately be too much for the 49ers to withstand.

Jack Kaiser, running back, Somers High School
San Francisco 49ers 17, Kansas City Chiefs 10

I think the 49ers defense is going to be too strong and will control Patrick Mahomes.