Why would the NFL structure Super Bowl 54, 49ers-Chiefs, around Joe Montana?


Super Bowl 54 is on the 33rd day of the year, February 2, 2020.

Joe Montana was known as Joe Cool.

Joe Montana (54), played for the 49ers and the Chiefs.

This is the 100th NFL season and Joe Montana played 100 games for the 49ers, which is the team he won his 4 Super Bowls with.


One-Hundred has a gematria relationship with 54.

Keep in mind the sew 108 game balls for each Super Bowl.

The shape of the football is the Vesica Piscis in Sacred Geometry.

Vesica Piscis = 53 (53 man roster, 53-yard wide field)

From the Super Bowl to Joe Montana’s upcoming birthday is a span of 131-days.

Recall, the 49ers just won the NFC Championship, 37-20, a total of 57-points, a span of 57-days after beating the Packers in the regular season, November 24, 2019, 37-8.


Joe Montana won in Super Bowls 16 (he wore #16 and S.F. is 1.6.), 19, 23 and 24.

You’ll notice in Super Bowl 19, he defeated Miami, 38-16 (54 points) and this year, Super Bowl 54 is in Miami.  Keep in mind this is the 2019-2020 season… 2019… emphasis on ’19, which is the number he wore with the Chiefs.


When he won in Super Bowl 23, that was at Joe Robbie Stadium, in Miami, which is now Hard Rock Stadium, the site of Super Bowl 54.

In the only Super Bowl where Montana wasn’t MVP, it was Jerry Rice, who is currently 57-years-old, and has a birthday coming 112-days before the Super Bowl.

Also, it isn’t an accident that this is the first Red vs. Red Super Bowl.

And for one last point, there were 116 points scored in the AFC and NFC Conference Championships, which is similar to Montana’s birthday, June 11, or 11/6.

AFC Champ:  24+35 = 59              NFC Champ:  20+37 = 57

Total:  59+57 = 116

AFC Champ:  24+35 = 59              NFC Champ:  20+37 = 57

Total:  59+57 = 116

And for one more bonus point, let us not forget that Super Bowl 54, is the 50th of the modern era.

The 49ers were once 5-0 in Super Bowls, and the Chiefs won their last Super Bowl, Super Bowl IV, 50-years ago, over the Vikings, who the 49ers beat in the Divisional Round.

And for a second bonus, Joe Montana picked the 49ers and Chiefs for the Super Bowl on January 2, or 2/1, like 21.

The Chiefs are currently 1-1 in Super Bowls.

The 49ers are 5-1.