About Jim Nantz, grief and an epic victory for Bills over the Chiefs

Doris Nantz died earlier this month at the age of 92. Her family said she was concerned for the welfare of others and that her children knew her as the best mother and grandmother anyone could ever have. You probably have never heard of Doris Nantz, but you certainly know her son. He named the Bills’ 24-20 win over the Chiefs on Sunday along with Tony Romo and Tracy Wolfson.

Jim Nantz has been a pro for a long time, so you wouldn’t know from Sunday’s broadcast that he has, in his own words, ‘exploded’ over the loss of Doris. My mother passed away in March 2020, a week before the world turned upside down, and the sense of loss never completely disappears. I was thinking of Doris Nantz this Sunday as her son mentioned the epic battle between the AFC’s top teams, 266 days after Kansas City’s mesmerizing win in the AFC division last year. I heard that Doris was a frequent guest of CBS Sports at Super Bowls and Final Fours.

Jim Nantz was outstanding from the jump of Sunday’s game, including seamlessly navigating an intro and reset for the Patriots-Browns crowd at 4:28 p.m. ET, which had turned a few plays into the Buffalo-Kansas City game. A second before the game snap the game where Buffalo quarterback Josh Allen found wideout

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