People are raving about the Kansas City Chiefs' offense, and for good reason. Patrick Mahomes already looks like a future Hall-of-Famer, Tyreek Hill is a stud and Travis Kelce is probably one of the best tight ends we have ever seen. But how do these Chiefs stack up to the 1999 St. Louis Rams, also known as the Greatest Show on Turf?

Former Rams wide receiver Isaac Bruce appreciates what Kansas City was able to do this past season, but he doesn't think the Chiefs' offense can compare to his Rams.

“What I’m asked about the Chiefs is, there are some similarities,” Bruce said during an interview with 1480 WHBC. “They’ve got the speed on the outside from a perimeter standpoint. I think we may have been better at the run game than they are. I think our defense was probably a little bit better than what they had. But I always say this: From a personnel standpoint, I think we were better and from a mentality standpoint, I think we were better.”

Bruce added that the era makes a difference, saying that if his St. Louis club that won the Super Bowl during the 1999-00 campaign played in today's game, it wouldn't be right.

“Because what you see with the Kansas City Chiefs right now is pretty much our spring practices where there’s no tackling allowed,” said Bruce. “What we had, we went up against a totally different gauntlet — guys were looking to take your head off. It was being promoted. … You put us in this era, I don’t think it’s fair.”

Bruce's Rams racked up 526 points during that 1999-00 season while this past year's Chiefs totaled 451 points en route to winning their first championship in 50 years.

It should be noted that Mahomes missed a couple of games with a knee injury.