Quarterback face-off with Tom Brady, Drew Brees

Big Sunday football games are on deck with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers up against the New Orleans Saints and the Cleveland Browns taking on the Kansas City Chiefs.
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Back now with the gridiron greats ready to make history. No matter what the score, the Bucs' Tom Brady and the saints' drew Brees giving us the oldest quarterback matchup in NFL history, and then of course, the browns looking to make some history as well themselves. ESPN's Tedy Bruschi is here with a preview of both games. Tedy, good morning to you. It's great to have you. I want to start with the Bucs and the saints, and we need your most objective answer here because I know you've won some super bowls with the man by the name of Tom Brady. Who's got the edge in this game though? Good morning. Yes. Tom Brady is a good friend of mine, so I'll try to be as objective as I can. The bottom line is the saints have a great chance to win this game because of the success they have had, you know, during the they beat them twice. They have been able to sack him six times when they played him and that's the whole thing. When you play a Bucs offense that likes to get the football down the field, you get to the quarterback, watch those pass rushers for the New Orleans saints of Cameron Jordan and trey Hendrickson. They're a couple of guys that have had success against Brady in the past, so if they get to Tom and put the pressure on him and sack him and get him to the ground, that's how the saints will have their best chance to win the game. I think I heard your phone that was Brady complaining about your analysis on that one. It might have been, yeah. The chiefs finished the season 14-2, the browns, 11-5, and made the playoffs for the first time in nearly 20 years. How do you like their chances? Yeah. Super excited for the city of Cleveland and the browns and how they beat the Pittsburgh steelers when nobody thought they could beat them last week. I mean, I have been on teams like this where you break through, and you make a special play with even a snap over the quarterback's head for a touchdown or a kickoff return for a touchdown. A kick block for a score. I think it's going to take those type of plays today versus the Kansas City chiefs, but I have been on teams that have done it and it's absolutely possible for Cleveland to go and get this upset. I know the city is so excited to see this playoff game, but Kansas City is -- there's a reason why they got the bye and sometimes we forget because they didn't play for a week, but we got to remember how good this chiefs team is, and Patrick Mahomes and the quality of play he has at the quarterback position. No question about that. Tedy Bruschi, always a pleasure. Thank you for taking the time to speak with us this morning. We'll talk to you soon.

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