Super Bowl LV will not look like any Super Bowl we've seen before. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the NFL announcing this week that it is capping attendance at Raymond James Stadium at 25-thousand, 75-hundred of which will be vaccinated healthcare workers. Additionally, while the Buccaneers will be the first team ever to host the event, the Chiefs will be touching down in Tampa close to game day, doing most of their pregame preparation in Kansas City. Mark Carman, studio host at FanSided, and Lorenzo Reyes, NFL writer for USA Today, discuss the biggest differences that stand out ahead of Sunday's game and give a great to how the NFL has handled the coronavirus pandemic.