Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill is looking to make history in the Super Bowl on Sunday as he prepares to face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Hill is one of the Chiefs’ most dangerous players ahead of this Sunday’s game, which will be played at Tampa Bay’s home stadium.
Tom Brady’s side are attempting to make history by becoming the first franchise in history to win the Super Bowl on their home field.
But Hill and the Chiefs will be attempting to stop them from doing so, and enter the game as the favourites.
The former 100m sprinter will be hoping to use his incredible foot speed to cause problems for the Bucs’ defence, and joked he has to let quarterback Patrick Mahomes “do his thing” in order to secure the win.
Hill also called on his team-mates on defence to do whatever they can do to stop Bucs quarterback Tom Brady.
The sprinter explained he feels the Chiefs have three “keys to victory” on Sunday night.
Hill said: “First, let’s play well up front – both sides of the ball.
“Whether that’s the offensive line protecting Pat or the defensive line affecting Tom Brady.
“The second key to the game is that we’ve got to score on special teams.
“We’ve got to get Byron Pringle in the end zone or we’ve got to create some crazy turnover and score.
“And then three, we have to play as a team, play together, no egos involved.
“We just go out there, play hard and let Pat control this s**t because obviously he’s the captain of the Magic School Bus, so we just let Pat do his thing. That’s Tyreek Hill’s three keys to victory.”
He admitted he feels a win on Sunday would help him to build his legacy within the sport.
Hill added: [Winning a second Super Bowl ring in a row] would mean a lot.
“This is where legacies are built. You grow up dreaming about this moment right here, making it to a Super Bowl, and here we are going to our second.
“We have to be thankful and appreciative of this opportunity because this is such a tremendous league with tremendous athletes, so it’s hard. To be able to do this is amazing.”