Updated on January 26, 2021
The Chiefs sacrifice ‘Fisher’ tackle left before the Super Bowl.
Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reed confirmed the bad news after Sunday’s win over Buffalo Bills. Eric Fisher had torn hamstring that had missed the 30-year-old left tackle. The ‘Super Bowl’ championship game against Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday, February 7 UFABET.
‘It doesn’t look good on a hamstring,’ the Chiefs coach said of Fisher’s injury following Sunday’s 38-24 win over Bills.
It was a brutal injury for Eric Fisher as the Chiefs headed for Tampa Bay to face Buccaneers in the ‘Super Bowl’ defense on Sunday, February 7. This Without the left tack Tackle right, Mitchell Schwartz, has a back injury, so the Chiefs are about to start their defending championship without two real tackles.
Buccaneers, meanwhile, have two top defenses, Shakeel Barrett and Jason Pierre-Paul. Who messed up Aaron Rodgers in the NFC Championship game on the back. The Green Bay Packers didn’t have a real left tackle, David Bucktierry, so being without the fisher was a huge vulnerability in the Offensive Line of Clan Chiefs for the game. ‘Super Bowl’ champion
Chiefs coach Chiefs tackles Fisher’s injury problem during Sunday’s game against Bill’s, with right-tackling Mike Remmers. Left as Andrew Willie moved from the right card to tackle right. And the Offensive tackle experience Stephen Wisniewski was sent into the right card. Reed still had two weeks to align the best defenses for the quarterback Patrick Mahomes.