On Sunday, Chris Wallace stopped by the "FOX NFL Sunday" set to talk football with Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long, Michael Strahan and Jimmy Johnson before Super Bowl LI kicked-off in Houston.

Long said it is "surreal" that his son, Chris Long, will play in the big game on the Patriots' defense.

"[It's] nothing short of amazing," he said, remembering when he first started at FOX Sports and Chris and his siblings would play around on the set.


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The elder Long won Super Bowl XVIII in 1984 as a defensive end for the then-Los Angeles Raiders.

He said he expects the game to showcase the difference between the two famed quarterbacks, Tom Brady and Matt Ryan.

Brady, Long said, is a surgical and methodical quarterback, while Atlanta's offense is always looking for the explosive play.

Strahan said that despite being the top-rated scoring defense in the league, it is difficult to name a top Patriots' defender, calling such a feat a "concept of teamwork."

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