Bruce Arians laid his cards on the table Monday and admitted, there are a few faces he’s not anticipating seeing when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers take on the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV on Sunday.
Arians said in a press conference that the Chiefs stacked offense is cause for concern, specifically when you evaluate the efficiency of a couple of crucial players from their Week 12 matchup.
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” I suggest, you return and you look at the video game and what matches you had,” Arians stated. “I’m not truly excited playing Tyreek Hill and [Travis] Kelce and [Patrick] Mahomes. That’s a formidable obstacle, however our people will be up for it.”
Mahomes completed 37 passes for 464 yards and 3 touchdowns while Tom Brady by comparison completed 27 of 41 passes for 345 yards and three goals. He was likewise intercepted twice.
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Hill and Kelce likewise contributed big in the Chiefs 27-24 over the Bucs, with 13 catches for 269 backyards and three goals and 8 catches for 82 yards, respectively.
” You gain from errors and you learn from truly advantages,” Arians included. “There were some really good things in that video game, so we’ve got a lot of things to construct on.”
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Kansas City is aiming to sign up with an elite group of NFL franchises who have achieved the tough feat of winning back-to-back Super Bowls while Tom Brady and the Bucs have the cumulative objective of having to prove themselves, albeit the reasons are various.