The San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs are not at their healthiest heading into Super Bowl LVIII. They have undergone extensive treatment and rehab to try to address the wear and tear of the NFL season. The Chiefs have lost two starters in the past month, including first-team All-Pro guard Joe Thuney and defensive end Charles Ominehu. The 49ers, while familiar playing without their All-Pro starter, are still facing their own injury challenges. Despite the injuries, the teams will be vying for victory in the upcoming championship game. Both teams will need to rely on depth and solid play at the margins to emerge as the ultimate winner on Sunday.