TAMPA — When Chiefs Hall of Fame wide receiver Carlos Carson watches the current squad, he says two things stand out. One, the offense is very creative with its plays. And two, everyone on the team seems like best friends.
“When that happens, they have great chemistry, they believe in one another, they don’t want to let each other down. That’s what makes a great team. And when they do that, sky’s the limit,” Carson pointed out.
Those two facts make the former Chiefs player very confident the team will win Super Bowl LV against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Carson never played in a Super Bowl for the Chiefs. He made a name for himself on teams of the 1980s.
When he spoke with 41 Action News, he admitted to being a little jealous of the current team’s offense led by Patrick Mahomes.
“That offense really looks like it’s fun for all those guys to play and they just trust one another,” he said.
Carson stays connected to the team as a Chiefs Ambassador. He now owns three McDonald’s franchises in Independence, Missouri. He did not travel to Tampa for the game but will be watching.