How each team gets to those figures, however, is vastly different.
"Very explosive," San Francisco defensive coordinator Robert Saleh said, via NBC Sports Bay Area. "Mahomes has gotten better. They're at every position -- it almost looks like they got their roster from the Olympic relay team and threw them all on the field. Not to say that they can't run routes or can't catch either, because they can do that.
"They are a special group and you can see why they are there."
Saleh knows the challenge his defense faces in Super Bowl LIV against offensive speed his team hasn't seen yet.
"They're the fastest team by far," he said. "To try to compare it to another team would not do them justice, to be honest with you. But, anytime you have speed like that, it naturally will stress the defense."
Add in tight end Travis Kelce winning matchups over the middle, and you can see why combating Andy Reid's offense is a nightmare for defensive coordinators.
The Niners DC knows he must get pressure on Mahomes to disrupt the 49ers' offense and give his secondary some help.
"When you have edge rushers, it speeds up the process of the quarterback," Saleh said. "And, not that he needs speeding up, he already gets rid of it pretty quick. But, it changes the game. Like I talked about last week, it unlocks the offensive line so it creates a little bit more space and it gives the guys inside more space to operate. So, having those guys out there, having them at full speed, will do nothing but help."