Game Preview for the Super Bowl between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Kansas City Chiefs

The Case for the Kansas City Chiefs Winning the Super Bowl
Quickly remove the ball from Patrick Mahomes’ possession.
Despite how much fun the offense is and how much Jalen Hurts can do, the Chiefs’ main problem is the Eagles’ pass rush.
When they want to, Mahomes and company can drag it out a bit and keep the clock under control. They have no trouble getting into shootouts. They cannot, however, count on the average wide receivers to create significant plays down the field.
A high ankle sprain takes more than a few weeks to fully recover from. Mahomes shown his ability to play on it without any issues, but he won’t be the same player running about and performing miracles.
He is a superb pocket passer, which is great, but he must rely on the rushing game, which was ineffective against the Bengals, and he must come up with a ton of quick strikes to get the ball to his players when they are moving.
Isiah Pacheco will likely be a target frequently. Because Jerick McKinnon didn’t contribute much in the first two playoff games, be on the lookout for his unleashing. Be wary of any involvement from the fringe, including Skyy Moore, Marquez Valdes-Scandling, and others.
No one is a better master at elevating the play of those around them than Mahomes.

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