All-Super Bowl 57 Team: Patrick Mahomes takes the spot at QB, Philadelphia Eagles stars headline defense

Kansas City, Missouri, USA; Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (15) passes the ball against the Cincinnati Bengals during the third quarter of the AFC Championship game at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports

• Eagles edge out the Chiefs: Eagles players secure 12 of the 20 available spots. The lethal WR duo of A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith star on offense, while the CB duo of James Bradberry and Darius Slay star on defense.

• Who else but Mahomes: Patrick Mahomes‘ 89.4 PFF passing grade ranks second only to Joe Burrow‘s 91.0 this season, and he has 37 big-time throws and 19 turnover-worthy plays to his name.

• Good luck against this Eagles pass rush: The Philadelphia Eagles pass rush has been devastating this season, with Javon Hargrave (91.2), Brandon Graham (90.1) and Haason Reddick (90.8) all producing pass-rush grades of 90.0 or better over the course of the regular season and playoffs.

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PFF'S ALL-SUPER BOWL 57 TEAM

Offense

QB: Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs
RB: Miles Sanders, Philadelphia Eagles
WR: A.J. Brown, Philadelphia Eagles
WR: DeVonta Smith, Philadelphia Eagles
TE: Travis Kelce, Kansas City Chiefs
LT:
 Jordan Mailata, Philadelphia Eagles

LG: Joe Thuney, Kansas City Chiefs
C: Creed Humphrey, Kansas City Chiefs
RG: Isaac Seumalo, Philadelphia Eagles
RT: Lane Johnson, Philadelphia Eagles

Defense

DI: Chris Jones, Kansas City Chiefs
DI: Javon Hargrave, Philadelphia Eagles
Edge: Brandon Graham, Philadelphia Eagles
Edge: Haason Reddick, Philadelphia Eagles
LB: T.J. Edwards, Philadelphia Eagles
LB: Nick Bolton, Kansas City Chiefs
CB: Darius Slay, Philadelphia Eagles
CB: James Bradberry, Philadelphia Eagles
S: Justin Reid, Kansas City Chiefs
S: Juan Thornhill, Kansas City Chiefs

Offensive spotlight

This game features two top-five quarterbacks in terms of PFF grade. Patrick Mahomes‘ 89.4 PFF passing grade ranks second only to Joe Burrow‘s 91.0 this season, and he has 37 big-time throws and 19 turnover-worthy plays to his name.

On the opposite sideline, Jalen Hurts has had a career year and produced grades of 80.0 or better as a passer (80.0) and as a runner (83.4).

P. Mahomes J. Hurts
PFF overall grade 91.5 84.8
Passer rating clean 117.2 111.0
Passer rating under pressure 78.7 66.8
Big-time throw % 4.37% 3.34%
Turnover-worthy play % 2.24% 1.91%
Power rating 7.5 5
Power rating rank 1st 9th

Defensive spotlight

The Philadelphia Eagles pass rush has been devastating this season, with Javon Hargrave (91.2), Brandon Graham (90.1) and Haason Reddick (90.8) all producing pass-rush grades of 90.0 or better over the course of the regular season and playoffs.

Reddick has racked up 80 total pressures this season, including 21 sacks. Chris Jones is the only Chiefs defensive lineman with a pass-rush grade above 80.0, and he has registered 93 total pressures including the playoffs.

Rookie spotlight

Seventh-round rookie Isiah Pacheco has been the Chiefs' highest-graded running back this season, with the former Rutgers Scarlett Knight racking up 951 yards on the ground. He has recorded at least eight carries in every game since the Week 10 game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

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