Everyone knows the impact of making a big play at the Super Bowl. It can change a player’s career in an instant.
When the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers take the field Sunday at Raymond James Stadium though, there will be even more on the line. A Chiefs fan has offered to make a massive donation to PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) if one particular Chiefs star makes a big play.
That player is Chiefs safety Tyrann Mathieu, and TMZ reports that if Mathieu can intercept future Hall of Fame and current Bucs QB Tom Brady, an anonymous Chiefs fan will donate $100,000 to PETA.
TMZ states that the money is already set for a PETA fieldwork team. This unit, which works in the Virginia and North Carolina areas, provides free pet services to low-income communities.
Mathieu (otherwise known as “Honey Badger”) already has a big play on his resume from the first meeting back on November 29th. The Chiefs won 27-24, and Mathieu picked off a Brady pass and returned it 22 yards.
This season, Mathieu has six interceptions as well as a touchdown for the Chiefs, who remain a favorite to win their second straight title Sunday against Brady and the Bucs.