Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Can this Tampa Bay pass rush wreck the game Sunday in the Super Bowl? Yeah, I agree they can if Andy reading Eric the enemy, don't allow those tackles to go one on one. Bremer's Wiley. They can't handle shock. Barrett and Jpp. There's a reason they're not started in this league for greeny. Guess what If I know that Bart knows that in swag, Who knows that you know who else knows that greeny Eric being mean? Andy Reid. So expect Travis Kelsey to do what Bart Scott said. Throw that hamburger helper against J. P. P. S ribs. The running backs gonna come out. He's gonna chip. Andy Reid knows that if he lines up and goes five on four with this defensive line, he will not win. He also knows that Patrick Mahomes will be on his back. So greenie expect a lot of help, a lot of chips and a lot of slide protections to make sure that jpp and shock Barrett and Vida via inside don't wreck this game, right? So that makes all the sense in the world. But Bart Scott, let's teach the folks a little football here. How much does that impact what Kansas City wants to do offensively if they have to use their tight end. They're all world tight end to chip. If they have to use their backs now, they can't send all the people out into their creative passing game. They usually do. How much does that impact? Kansas City's offense? It's a huge impact green. And it means that my home is gonna have to be quick and decisive with the football. And, you know, guys like Harmon and and Sammy Watkins and Tyreek Hill is gonna have to win at the line of scrimmage. You know, with that being said, the counter to that is, make sure that you get up in their face and play to man because the check is whenever you're off on Tariq Hill, he's gonna get on you so fast that the vertical shot is there. But whenever you know, they see that you're uptight. He's gonna come with the quick slant, you know, be able to get his best athlete in space against yours. So what, you're gonna have to make sure that you do is you're gonna have to challenge them at the line of scrimmage. The offensive, the defensive line and the back end has to be tied on a string. They have to make sure Vita Vita Goldstein has to make sure they don't allow my home to step up and buy time with his feet stepping up and stepping out because you know that the guys on the outside are gonna be going for broke. So when you do that, you create running lanes. The same running lanes that my home is gonna have is gonna be the same throwing lanes that he has. Well, so you got to make sure that you close those things up. Make sure whenever the quarterbacks gets you get the quarterback depth, you have to be able to spin back because his legs are the last thing to leave the whole. So you have to have to retrace and received. Trace your steps to get back to my homes to make him have a tough day. Well, markets, it's an interesting thought. Last year in the postseason, Patrick Mahomes running with the football was a huge factor in their games hasn't been as much this year. He's had a toe injury that will get to for in a minute, but How much of a factor do you expect that to be if the pass rush is getting to him? Should we be expecting to see Mahomes running with the football a lot? Most definitely. G, and we've seen him raise his level and pull out new tools through games in situations that he's needed him. And I think that's why we remember with Patrick Mahomes, honestly, because we've seen him adjust toe every situation in the NFL and listen. There would be no other team in the NFL that we would think would win this game outside of the Kansas City Chiefs. And it's because of Patrick Mahomes. You telling me that a depleted offensive line is about to play in the Super Bowl against one of the top five pass rushing teams in the NFL? And we're not sitting here talking about the trouble that you can't see. The Chiefs are gonna have no, because of 15 and his mobility and the way Andy Reid and Eric the enemy calls plays as well. They are not going to allow these dudes to get going in their ears back. The best thing for the Kansas City Chiefs will be Patrick Mahomes ability to move slide, take 10 to 15 yards when he can run down the field and put that secondary level defense in no man's land. Do we come up and tackle Patrick Mahomes that he goes over our head to Taricco, Travis Kelsey? Or do we allow him to pick up this first down and live to play some more downs, as opposed to giving up the explosive plays Patrick Mahomes that equalized this thing? Trust me. Yeah, but he's going to be without one of his most important teammates again. Eric Fisher, who is the starting left tackle who is out for this, who tore his Achilles. They have only taken 18 snaps this season without him on the field. They all came after that injury against Buffalo, so that's a huge factor. And Dan, let's go back to the injury homes. We all forgot about the toe because he had the concussion or this was in the concussion protocol coming out of the Cleveland game. How, if at all, do we expect that toe injury to impact his ability to use his mobility in the Super Bowl? The Chiefs felt like it had some impact on his ability to move around in the A F C championship game obviously didn't cost him anything in that game. They wanted easily, but he talked earlier this week about it's starting to feel better about how the rest the extra week between the conference championship game and the Super Bowl had been good for it. And he expects it to feel better on Sunday than it did the last time he was out there. He kept saying close to 100% so it's possible that it will affect him, at least in some small way, especially if he has to move around a lot. But the anticipation is that it will be better in better shape than it was against Buffalo. Alright, so that's something to take out of this. Maybe Homes using his legs becomes a bigger factor in this game, then it has been so far in the playoffs, so we've spent pretty much the whole week focusing on the Tampa defense against the Kansas City offense. How about the reverse? How about the flipside? When Tampa Bay has the football on, that means the goat is on the field. Tom Brady going up against the Steve Spagnola defense. And historically, that's not been a good matchup for Brady. You see it there. He's two and three in his career against Bags, as he is known, that is the worst record he has against any defense of coordinator. In those five games, you see the numbers just nine touchdowns. 13 sacks is Q B R is much lower than usual. One of these games was the Super Bowl, the legendary one where the Patriots were 18 and O and the Giants pass rush, which they call the NASCAR Passage. Ah, package. Shut them down. Held them to 14 points in the game. Booker. How similar is this? We keep talking about Tampa Bay's defense. What do we expect Kansas City's defense to do up against Brady? Well, greeted that NASCAR package that you reference was tough human euro straight hand like they were dominant up front. I don't know if this Kansas City defensive line can be as dominant all the way around. Chris Jones has been pretty consistent. Frank Car has been inconsistent throughout the season. Can they rivet up? Can they turn it up in the Super Bowl? This offensive line of Tampa Bay is one of the more underrated units, Uh, in the NFL, one of the better units you got Donovan Smith, Alamar Pet and a guy who should get Rookie of the year consideration, interest and worse that this is gonna be the Mawr underrated matchup of the game. We're all gonna focus on the other side. Can Vida via and Jpp get to Patrick Mahomes? But it Frank Clark and Chris Jones can't move Tom Brady off the spot. And now Stags has to blitz. You gotta bring Sorenson. You gotta bring tire Matthew on the back end. I know the Chiefs defensive secondary has played really, really well in man coverage lately, but I think the Buccaneers and Tom Brady can exploit it. Thank you for watching ESPN on YouTube for live streaming sports and premium content.