To prep you for Super Bowl LV in Tampa, here are the numbers you need to know about Sunday’s matchup between the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

0: First-team All-Pros on the Buccaneers’ roster.

1: Pro Bowlers on the Buccaneers’ roster.

1: Games lost by the Chiefs in Patrick Mahomes’ last 26 regular-season and playoff starts, a stretch which dates back to November 2019.

1: Number of Super Bowls won by the Buccaneers in their 44-year existence.

2: Number of Super Bowls won by the Chiefs in their 55-year history in the Super Bowl era.

2: Games won by both Mahomes and Bucs quarterback Tom Brady in four all-time matchups between the two legends. Sunday will present a tiebreaker.

3: First-team All-Pros on the Chiefs’ roster (wide receiver Tyreek Hill, tight end Travis Kelce, and safety Tyrann Mathieu).

4: Sacks recorded by the Chiefs in their AFC Championship victory over the Buffalo Bills. Now they face a Bucs team that has no Super Bowl experience along the offensive line and features a quarterback whose kryptonite is a strong pass rush.

5: Sacks recorded by the Bucs in their NFC Championship road victory over the Green Bay Packers. Now they face a Chiefs team that’s likely to be without their two starting offensive tackles.

5: Players who have won multiple Super Bowl MVPs. The 25-year-old Mahomes is favored to join that list, which already contains Brady.

6: Mahomes’ age when Brady when his first Super Bowl at the end of the 2001 season.

6: Super Bowls won to date by Brady. Nobody else has won more than five.

7: Pro Bowlers on the Chiefs’ roster.

7: Consecutive games won by the Bucs since losing to the Chiefs on the road ahead of their Week 13 bye.

9: Super Bowls played to date by Brady. Nobody else has played in more than five.

11: Takeaways from the Tampa defense in the team’s last five games.

16: Years since there’s been a repeat Super Bowl champion. The Chiefs can end that drought Sunday night.

25: Wins by Chiefs head coach Andy Reid in his career when operating following a bye week, including the playoffs and last year’s Super Bowl. He’s lost just five games under those circumstances.

31: Ranking out of 32 teams for the Chiefs run defense in terms of DVOA (Defense-adjusted Value over Average) this season. The Bucs ranked first in the same category.

33: Playoff wins for Brady, which is more than twice as many as any quarterback in league history (Joe Montana is second with 16).

62: Reid’s age, making him the fifth-oldest head coach in the NFL.

68: Bruce Arians’ age, making him the third-oldest head coach in the NFL.

76: 20-plus-yard plays for the Bucs this season, ranking first in the NFC.

79: 20-plus yard plays for the Chiefs this season, ranking first in the NFL.

109.8: Mahomes’ career playoff passer rating, which is five points higher than the next-highest-rated quarterback in playoff history (min. 200 attempts). Brady is way back at 89.9.

110.2: Brady’s passer rating on deep throws since the Bucs’ Week 13 bye. His deep rating before that was just 79.0.

269: Receiving yards posted by Hill in the regular-season meeting between these teams.

1,416: Receiving yards posted by Kelce this season, an NFL single-season record at the tight end position.

About Brad Gagnon

Brad Gagnon has been passionate about both sports and mass media since he was in diapers -- a passion that won't die until he's in them again. Based in Toronto, he's worked as a national NFL blog editor at theScore.com, a producer and writer at theScore Television Network and a host, reporter and play-by-play voice at Rogers TV. His work has also appeared at CBSSports.com, Deadspin, FoxSports.com, The Guardian, The Hockey News and elsewhere at Comeback Media, but his day gig has him covering the NFL nationally for Bleacher Report.