MIAMI (AP) — The San Francisco 49ers have won games almost every way possible this season. They've won high-scoring shootouts in a dome and ugly low-scoring affairs in the mud. They've won nail biters decided by just inches in the final seconds and lopsided laughers. They've won by pounding the ball on the ground and with big plays through the air. That flexibility to thrive in all sorts of situations should prove helpful against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday and help the Niners win their record-tying sixth Super Bowl title. While Kansas City likely needs Patrick Mahomes to deliver an other worldly performance to win, the Niners have the defense that can at least slow the Chiefs down a bit and an offense that can exploit any weakness in an opponent. But for San Francisco to be suc
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