The 54 most fascinating characters at the Super Bowl 2020

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Here are the 54 most interesting people to watch out for in this Super Bowl Sunday fight between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers:

1. Patrick Mahomes: The 24-year-old electrified the stadiums with his arms and legs, thereby underpinning the 2018 season of the MVP with the Chiefs for their first Super Bowl in 50 years.

2. Tyrant Mathieu: The honey badger is a big personality out of the field, but security has greatly improved the chiefs' defense after signing last season.

3. Tyreek Hill: Less than a year after he got into controversy over allegedly abusing his 3-year-old son, the fast wide-angle receiver is back on the big stage.

4. Travis Kelce: The tight end was a monster as Mahome's favorite target, combining speed and physicality to break through the defense at will.

5. Terrell Suggs: The seasoned linebacker took on the Chiefs at week 16 after the Cardinals decided not to. He won a Super Bowl with the Ravens in 2013.

Shakira, Jennifer Lopez and Patrick Mahomes
Shakira, Jennifer Lopez and Patrick MahomesGetty Images; AP

6. Damien Williams: The uncovered free agent has got used to the top running back role for the chiefs and can also change a game as a pass catcher.

7. Sammy Watkins: The former Bills Wide Receiver has groundbreaking speed and comes from a major AFC championship where he caught seven passes for 114 yards and one touchdown.

8. Chris Jones: The 6-foot-6,310-pound defensive tackle missed the Chiefs' AFC division round game against the Texans with a calf injury, but should be a healthy force against the 49ers.

9. Frank Clark: The former Seahawks pass rusher was equally disturbing to the chiefs. Eight sacks were used up in the regular season and four more in the playoffs.

10. Harrison Butker: The 24-year-old chiefs kicker has taken one of the most reliable positions since joining the NFL, scoring 89.7 percent of his field goals with a long of 56.

11.Jimmy Garoppolo: Tom Brady's former heir is back in the Super Bowl. This time Jimmy GQ is the starter and only a season away from tearing his ACL.

12. George Kittle: Brady had Rob Gronkowski, now Garoppolo has Kittle. The entertaining close ending was quiet in the playoffs, but became one of the best in his position.

13. Nick Bosa: Number 2 in the overall ranking last April went straight to the defense of the 49ers and made an immediate impression. The pass rusher had nine sacks in the regular season and three in the playoffs.

14. Richard Sherman: The outspoken cornerback has revived his career with the 49ers just two years after his Achilles tendon broke. Sherman already has a Super Bowl ring as Seahawk.

15. Raheem Mostert: Before the NFC championship, he was a largely unknown runback that had been cut off by six teams. Then he jumped against the Packers for 220 yards and four TDs.

16. Deebo Samuel: The rookie wide receiver from South Carolina quickly made a name for itself and won 57 catches for 802 yards and three touchdowns.

17. Emmanuel Sanders: The experienced wideout, who won a Super Bowl with the Broncos, has been a big goal since joining the 49ers in the off-season

18. Dee Ford: A year after costing the Chiefs a trip to the Super Bowl for offside, Ford will attempt to defeat them as 49ers Pass Rusher this year.

19. Fred Warner: The 49ers linebacker was a tackling machine that achieved a team high of 118 tackles in the regular season with three forced arguments and seven defeats.

20. Robbie Gould: His 15th season in the NFL was his statistically worst, making 74.2 percent of his field goals and going from over 50 meters with 0 to 4. However, he was perfect in the playoffs.

21. Joe Staley: The offensive tackle, which has spent all 13 seasons of his NFL career with the 49ers, recovered from his broken leg in week 2.

22.Kyle Juszczyk: The full-back doesn't illuminate the statistics, but Harvard's product is dangerous and can be found everywhere, like the Swiss Army Knife of the 49ers.

23. Andy Reid: Big Red was one of the most successful NFL head coaches of this century, but has no ring to show it off. He's going to try the Chiefs a second time on a Sunday.

24.Kyle Shanahan: The offensive whiz boy trains the 49ers in the third year at the age of 40. He was the Falcons' offensive coordinator in 2015 when they suppressed a 28-3 lead over the patriots.

25. John Lynch: The former All-Pro Safety won a Super Bowl with the Buccaneers, but will try to get his first executive post after becoming General Manager of the 49ers in 2017.

26. Clark Hunt: After winning the AFC championship, the chief's chairman and CEO received the trophy, named after his father Lamar Hunt.

27. Robert Saleh: The 49ers' defensive coordinator has not been selected for a head coaching job this cycle, but he will become a top candidate next year after leading one of the top NFL units.

28. Steve Spagnuolo: The former Giants defensive coordinator is back in the Super Bowl 12 years after assisting Big Blue in overcoming the soaring Patriots offense.

29. Eric Bieniemy: The Chiefs' offensive coordinator interviewed head coaching jobs, but was rejected despite leading one of the NFL's most productive crimes.

30. Katie Sowers: Sowers will be the first woman to train in the Super Bowl. The 33-year-old acts as an offensive assistant to the 49ers.

31. Wes Welker: The former Patriots Wide Receiver is 0-3 in Super Bowls – twice as Pat against the Giants and once as Bronco – but he's back as the 49ers Wide Receiver Coach.

32. Jed York: The 49ers CEO is just 39 years old and the son of co-owners John York and Denise DeBartolo York. He was appointed team president in 2008 at the age of 28.

33. Joe Buck: Fox & # 39; best player will play the Super Bowl for the sixth time after his first game in 2005. He has also called up the last 20 World Series.

34. Troy Aikman: The former Cowboys quarterback, who has won three Super Bowls in his 12-year career, has been at Buck's booth since 2002.

35. Erin Andrews: Fox’s side reporter joined the Super Bowl crew in 2014 and will be there for the third time on Sunday.

36. Mike Pereira: The former vice president of office for the NFL joined Fox in 2010 as a regular analyst.

37. Chris Myers: Myers has been with Fox since 2003 and works with Andrews as a side reporter on his fifth Super Bowl.

38. Jennifer Lopez: The mighty-born Bronx, hip-hop star and actress, who is engaged to former Yankee Alex Rodriguez, will appear on her first Super Bowl halftime show.

39.Sakira: The other half of the halftime show. The pop star has won three Grammy Awards and is one of the most popular Latin American artists.

40. Demi Lovato: The two-time Grammy-nominated pop star, who returned from an almost fatal overdose in 2018, is parsed by experts before singing the national anthem.

41. Mike Shanahan: The father of 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan won three of his own Super Bowls – two as the Broncos coach and one as the 49ers offensive coordinator, the franchise's last title in 1994.

42. Tavia Hunt: The wife of Chiefs owner Clark Hunt. She was a former Miss Missouri Teen USA and Miss Kansas USA.

43. Patrick Mahomes Sr .: The former Mets helper is now a proud father watching his son play for the Chiefs quarterback in the Super Bowl.

44. Brittany Matthews: Patrick Mahomes & # 39; girlfriend and high school sweetheart since 10th grade. Matthews played professional football after college in Iceland.

45. Roger Goodell: The Commissioner is entering this Super Bowl less controversially than in recent years, but it would only require an incorrect passport interference retry check to change that.

46. ​​Joe Montana: The Hall of Fame quarterback won four Super Bowls with the 49ers – and was MVP in three of them – before spending the last two years of his career with the Chiefs.

47.Dan Marino: The Super Bowl conquers Miami, where Marino has spent the Dolphins every 17 years of his Hall of Fame career. The only time he made it to the Super Bowl was against the 49ers.

48. Jerry Rice: The largest wide receiver ever won three Super Bowls as a member of the 49ers and caused a stir with a 100-yard sprint ahead of the NFC championship.

49.Steve Young: Young, another three-time Super Bowl champion, was the game's MVP when the 49ers last won after the 1994 season.

50.Bill Vinovich: All eyes will be on Vinovich, the main referee for his second Super Bowl. He is best known for his crew not fitting a blatant passport at the Saints Rams NFC championship last year.

51. Alex Rodriguez: What is a big game in Miami without an A-Rod? He will surely be on hand to watch his fiancée Jennifer Lopez perform the halftime show.

52.Brad Pitt: The actor grew up in Missouri and recently put a chief hat on the carpet for the SAG Awards.

53. Paul Rudd: Another actor, wearing his Chiefs fandom up his sleeve, was present at the AFC championship and celebrated on the pitch with players like Travis Kelce.

54. Sylvester Stallone / Chris Rock: Rocky and Rock teamed up to create a Facebook ad, the company's first place at the Super Bowl.

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