The top three attacks go to the association finals, while the top three defenses go to watch the games on TV.
As for the stages, they are not filled.
There will be 6,500 fans in Green Bay, while approximately 17,000 spectators will be admitted to Kansas City.
The four teams playing on Sunday have averaged over 29 points per game this season, a record.
Tom Brady takes on Aaron Rodgers after Drew Brees
Tom Brady will play his 14th association final, but his first in the National.
It will also be the first time Brady has come face to face with Aaron Rodgers in a playoff game.
This year, the Buccaneers have easily won 38-10 the only clash between the two teams.
The Tampa Bay defense completely neutralized the Packers’ offense and it’s the only game this season Rodgers hasn’t thrown a touchdown pass. The Bucs had two back-to-back interceptions in the second quarter, one of which was brought into the end zone.
This formidable defensive unit allows Tom Brady to work cautiously since everything does not rest on his old shoulders.
Last week in New Orleans, Brady didn’t even hit 200 yards by air and the Buccaneers won 30-10. The Bucs had four turnovers that earned them three touchdowns.
In short, it’s a showdown between two of the best attacks in the league, but it’s still the defense that could make the difference.
The Buccaneers are looking to become the first team in NFL history to play the Super Bowl on their home turf.
Chiefs for posterity
The Kansas City Chiefs will play a third straight final in front of their fans, unheard of in the American. Even the mighty Patriots, with their 11 straight division championships, never made it.
And if the Chiefs became the first team to win back-to-back Super Bowls since the Patriots in 2005, we could start talking about a dynasty for Andy Reid’s squad.
Before thinking about the story, the Chiefs will have to get rid of the emerging Buffalo Bills.
The Bills come to Kansas City on an eight-game winning streak. The quarter-receiver combination between Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs is one of the best in the NFL.
If Allen exploded in his third pro season, what about Diggs?
Acquired from the Minnesota Vikings against a first draft pick before the season, Diggs may have turned out to be even better than the Bills believed.
He finished 1st in the league with 1,535 yards, and he scored 8 touchdowns. He hit the 100-yard mark in the Bills’ two playoff games and hit a touchdown in each game.
On the Chiefs’ side, fans will watch their quarterback Patrick Mahomes from head to toe.
Annoyed by a big toe injury and left the game against the Browns with a concussion, the most recent Super Bowl MVP only trained lightly this week.
If Mahomes can’t finish the game against the Bills, the Chiefs will have to defer to Chad Henne, a veteran who has started only one game in the past four seasons and has thrown more interceptions than touchdowns since the start of his career.