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And there are plenty of intriguing matchups, like Nick Bosa against Eric Fisher and Chris Jones against the 40 Niners offensive line that go a long way towards determining who wins Super Bowl 54 between the Chiefs and the 40 Niners.
However, here are three matchups I can't wait to see in Miami.
1st 1 is tiring.
Matthew versus Rahim Moster.
The Honey Badger made plays all over the field to help neutralize Tennessee's offense.
And now that he and the chief's defense have stopped a tank in, Derrick Henry will have to deal with a lightning bolt in the form of most.
Or who said a San Francisco single game record, regular or postseason with 220 rushing yards.
He also added four rushing touchdowns.
Most are in San Francisco's dominant offensive line, pushed around the Packers all game, and Green Bay was unable to come up with any key open field tackles when most got going.
Matthew is the kind of electric talent, though, who might be able to stop most of its role.
The next matchup.
I can't wait to see his Patrick Mahomes versus Richard Sherman.
The Packers avoided Sherman most of the night in the NFC championship game, though he did get a late interception after the Green Bay Packers completed one long pass on him.
But Mahomes has shown no fear whatsoever.
He's got a willingness to make any throw at any time an entire e kill.
He has this sort of unique weapon that might even give a player of Sherman's caliber a little bit of pause.
How the chief's choose to attack Robert Salas defense will be one of the most intriguing storylines leading up to and during the game.
And Mahomes matchup with Sherman is paramount in that entire plan.
The last match up.
I'm excited to see pits Andy Reid against Kyle Shannon, now reading chain hander to the brightest offensive minds in the league, and each is adept at both scripting place to start a game and calling the game on the flat.
Shanahan has been phenomenal in developing the Niners running game and putting Jimmy Garoppolo in positions to succeed and Reed has taken full advantage of the homes is prodigious gifts.
And as I'm looking like the single most dangerous player in the entire league, whoever wins that play calling matchup might well have their team winning the Super Bowl.
Three matchups I can't wait to see in Super Bowl 54 for yard Barker on Chris Muller.