The Chiefs are nearly 24 hours away from facing the Eagles in Super Bowl LVII. Before the Chiefs took the field for their final walkthrough on Saturday, head coach Andy Reid spoke to his players about their upcoming matchup.
Reid wants the Chiefs to just play their brand of football this Sunday against the Eagles. Nothing more, nothing less.
Andy Reid to his players after practice today “Be themselves. You don’t need to be any more or any less. Just, go be yourself. That’s what it’s all about really, and that’s what they’ll do.” @kmbc #ChiefsKingdom
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“Be themselves,” Reid said. “You don’t need to be any more or any less. Just, go be yourself. That’s what it’s all about really, and that’s what they’ll do.”
The Chiefs will technically enter this year’s Super Bowl as underdogs. However, they have more than enough firepower to take down the Eagles.
Despite some injury concerns, L’Jarius Sneed, Kadarius Toney and JuJu Smith-Schuster will all be active for the Chiefs this Sunday. They didn’t have any game designations on the final injury report. Kickoff for Super Bowl LVII is at 6:30 p.m. ET.