Needless to say, the last time the Chiefs and Bucs met it wasn’t exactly KC’s best day on the field. The Bucs easily won Super Bowl LV 31-9 as Tampa Bay’s defense completely obliterated the Chiefs’ shoddy offensive line. Linebacker Shaq Barrett He is now on record expecting similar results on Sunday night.
Barrett told reporters this week that he doesn’t think there’s much difference between the offensive line that Tampa faced in 2021 and the current offensive line that features completely different starters.
Shaq Barrett on Chiefs' offensive line: "I really don't think it's too much of a difference. I think we have a lot of favorable matchups. We have an opportunity to really dominate the game … to really impose our will as pass-rushers. We can really have a coming-out party."
— Greg Auman (@gregauman) September 28, 2022
The Bucs certainly imposed their will on the Chiefs in February 2021 and KC is now without WR Tyreek Hill (who torched the Bucs earlier that season in a 27-24 win). It remains to be seen where the game will be played due to Hurricane Ida making landfall on Florida’s Gulf Coast this week