KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Tom Brady’s teams have won two of three meetings against Patrick Mahomes’ teams during the last two seasons.
The Patriots beat the Chiefs twice during the 2018 season — once in a 43-40 midseason shootout in Foxboro and then three months later in an overtime thriller during the first AFC Championship Game ever at Arrowhead Stadium.
Mahomes and the Chiefs got the better of Brady and the Patriots last season back at Gillette Stadium.
But now Brady has moved on to Tampa Bay, while Mahomes continues his ascendance as the best player in the NFL right now.
So, who has the edge in Mahomes-Brady IV, which kicks off at 3:25 p.m. on Sunday from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa?
Our “4th & 1” podcast crew weighs on and explains why the Chiefs should be able to beat the Buccaneers — and may not be finished playing in Florida during the 2020 season. (Hint: Guess where Super Bowl LV will be played in February?)
Brady isn’t the same guy who won six Super Bowls in New England and Kansas City’s defense faces a now-or-never moment after struggling last Sunday in Las Vegas.
Host Tod Palmer and analyst Nick Jacobs discuss that and more on the latest "4th & 1" podcast.
The “4th & 1” podcast is the twice-weekly, Chiefs-centric podcast from 41 Action News, the official broadcast “Home of the Chiefs.” Co-hosts Nick Jacobs and Tod Palmer analyze and breakdown the Chiefs’ opponent and performance for pre- and post-game episodes — available on iTunes or your preferred podcast platform — each week during the season.