Super Bowl 57 has the two best NFL teams facing each other for the biggest prize of them all.
While the path for the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles wasn’t easy, they made it to the Super Bowl.
Both teams come into the Super Bowl as the number one seed from their conference, something that fans haven’t seen since Super Bowl 52.
While that fact is stunning, NFL insider Field Yates had another stunning fact about the Chiefs and Eagles.
He reveals how neither team trailed at any point during their postseason games.
Total seconds spent trailing this postseason:
Neither team has been behind in a game since Week 17 of the regular season.
— Field Yates (@FieldYates) February 7, 2023
With both number one seeds dominating their opponents in the playoffs, fans will see one team finally break.
While the Eagles are terrorizing opposing offenses, the Chiefs offense has been on fire this season.
However, the Eagles hope to exploit injuries to key players to maintain their status as a team who hasn’t trailed this postseason.
But doing this will require stopping Patrick Mahomes, the NFL’s top passer this season.
While both teams come into the Super Bowl without trailing during the playoffs, the Eagles feat has been more impressive.
Their playoff games saw them allowing only one touchdown in each game.
While the Chiefs won by only one score in their playoff games, the Eagles only allowed one score in their games.
This edge by them might be enough to help them strike first against their opponent.
They will also hope this allows them to get a lead, and keep it, in the biggest game of their NFL season.NEXT: Former NFL CB Names 1 Reason Why Eagles May Lose Super Bowl