Harrison Butker and Jordan Mason, former Yellow Jackets, are poised to make an impact in Super Bowl LVIII. Butker, the Kansas City Chiefs' kicker, has experience in Super Bowls, playing in his third one. In contrast, Jordan Mason, a key depth piece for the San Francisco 49ers, seeks his first Super Bowl win. The Chiefs' solid defense, particularly in run defense, may provide Mason with opportunities, but Butker's history of making crucial kicks in high-stakes games suggests he may have a bigger impact. In a potentially lower-scoring game, Butker's role in making significant kicks is likely to be more prominent, as Mason's playing time has been limited recently. The game presents a rare chance for both former Yellow Jackets to shine, but Butker's potential for pivotal contributions appears greater.

By the Numbers
  • Butker is playing in his third Super Bowl with the Chiefs.
  • Mason, a key depth piece for the 49ers in the backfield, is looking for his first Super Bowl win.
  • Butker played a key role in last year's Super Bowl, knocking in the game-winning field goal.
  • While Christian McCaffrey dominates the carries, Mason could be a useful complement to him on Sunday.
Bottom Line

Former Yellow Jackets Harrison Butker and Jordan Mason may both have a chance to make an impact in the Super Bowl, but Butker's history of making crucial kicks in high-stakes games suggests he may have a bigger impact in today's game.